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Wine Water Wonders:

This 5 day/4 night itinerary allows you to experience more than just New York City. Visit the Corning Museum of Glass and see 35 centuries of glass, watch amazing glassmaking demonstrations and then make your own glass!  Wind your way through the beautiful Finger Lakes, home to many award winning wineries and shops.  Rochester is home to Kodak ,The Strong- National Museum of Play and many festivals and events.  In Niagara Falls, experience the thrill of the Falls aboard the Maid of the Mist and the Cave of the Winds tour!  Depart for NYC from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport.


The Seaway Trail:

Seven Days of History and Recreation on the Seaway Trail. Artists, inventors and industrialists also left their mark along the Seaway Trail. Begin a week long tour filled with history and recreation. You’ll be amazed at what the Seaway Trail has in store!




NYC See More, Be More:

A trip to New York City stays with you forever. The five boroughs shape everyone in a different way—whatever your interests, you’ll find more to love here than anywhere else. Discover the cutting-edge and classics at galleries, museums and performance venues all around town. Home to iconic landmarks, New York is also the ultimate shopping destination. And from streetcart falafel to cuisine by renowned chefs, it’s a giant menu of diverse dining.


LongIsland, Simply Fabulous:

Enjoy simple summer pleasures like a garden stroll, a trip to an amusement park, or a day at the beach. Long Island—with its opulent Gold Coast mansions, aquariums and waterparks, as well as some of the world’s best beaches—is famous for summertime fun. You’ll also find quaint fishing villages, rustic vineyards, and fabulous shopping: from large designer outlets to small seaside boutiques and roadside stands selling fresh local produce.
Combining beautiful scenery with great attractions and close proximity to the greatest city in the world, this 118-mile-long island offers one very cool getaway.


Hudson Valley, Cullinary Adventures:

The best chefs don't mind revealing their sources. When the source for food and wine is the Hudson River Valley,
it's often proudly stated on the menu. Just north of Manhattan, head up the river (and then down again) to discover organic farm markets, artisanal cheese makers, award-winning wineries, and the world's premier culinary college.
With farm-fresh foods and restaurants that feature some of the world's best chefs, you’ll definitely eat well on this trip!


The Catskills, Cool Country Fun:

Head to The Catskills for a cool country escape. Legendary mountains, waterfalls and forests attract hikers, bikers and campers with breathtaking views. You can swim in pristine lakes and fish in some of the nation’s best trout streams. Try whitewater rafting, take a scenic train ride or follow country roads to friendly villages and farm markets. Stay at a family-friendly dude ranch, refreshing spa, or mountaintop resort with golf, mountain biking, and awesome sky-rides!


Capital - Saratoga, Rich Heritage & Famous Fun:

With world-famous horse racing and polo dating back to the 1800s, the Capital- Saratoga region is known for cuttingedge excitement and fun traditions. Catch headlining performers in historic theaters, tour a Revolutionary War battleground, and experience Saratoga’s bubbling mineral springs. Explore friendly cities and villages surrounded by farmland and apple orchards. This charming countryside once inspired the paintings of 20th-century folk artist,  Grandma Moses. In Albany, see the Million Dollar Staircase in the magnificent Capitol and take a cruise on the river named after Henry Hudson.


The Adirondacks, Wild & Civilized Adventures:

The largest natural wilderness area in the eastern US, the Adirondacks region has sky-high mountains, over 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 2,000 miles of hiking trails. It’s a haven for adventures like trophy fishing, whitewater rafting and swimming in cool mountain lakes. Scenic drives, gondola rides and steamboat cruises provide awesome views. Family-friendly attractions include world-class museums, historic forts and sports venues. Whether you stay in a campground, a rustic lakeside cabin or a plush resort and spa, you’ll enjoy the famous Adirondack hospitality.


Thousand Islands-Seaway, Waterside Adventures:

The Thousand Islands-Seaway region has nearly 2,000 islands, sparkling blue waters, and some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. With 27 state parks, it's also a giant playground for boating, fishing, swimming and
scuba diving. The Black River, which empties into Lake Ontario near Watertown, is world-famous for whitewater rafting. Add fascinating history, fairy-tale castles, and a nature preserve to create a magical trip as you travel along one of America’s most scenic byways.


Central New York, Americana & Apple Pie:

Amid rolling hills and farmland, discover Erie Canal cruises, geological wonders and other unique attractions that showcase our nation’s rich cultural heritage. Spend a few days celebrating great American art, ingenuity and adventures, as well as historic moments in baseball and the perfect apple pie.


Finger Lakes, Wines Wonders & Romance:

Named for eleven pristine lakes that spread like fingers across the fertile land, this region dazzles with natural beauty and captivating attractions. Splendid gardens, fairy-tale castles and cozy inns snuggle up to lush vineyards, dramatic gorges, cascading waterfalls and those crystal clear lakes. The setting is perfect for a romantic getaway.
Whether you love flowers or fast cars (or both), follow your heart: Choose from this itinerary whatever suits your style and schedule.


Greater Niagara, It's a Wonderful World!

Still one of the greatest shows on Earth, Niagara Falls is a magnificent starting point for a tour in a region full of wonders. You'll find many surprises, too. Lewiston, less than 10 miles away, offers whitewater excitement on the Niagara River, and Lockport showcases theman-made wonder of the Erie Canal. In the waterfront city of Buffalo, about 20 minutes from Niagara Falls, you can see wonders of art and architecture and taste local specialties like the famous BuffaloWings. Head east to see a wondrous 17-mile-long gorge at Letchworth State Park; it’s called the Grand Canyon of the East!


Chautauqua-Allegheny, Timeless Treasures

Take your time in this picturesque region. Follow country roads to nostalgic lakeside resorts and one-of-a-kind attractions. You can play in New York's largest state park, visit a museum dedicated to comedy, and shop in Amish Country for hand-made quilts, furniture and fresh local produce. Ride a raft through an ancient forest or a  rollercoaster in a century-old amusement park. At the Chautauqua Institution, enjoy world-class performances in a Victorian setting.