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From: OrlandoTo: New York City Depart: Oct 04, 2019 Return: Oct 08, 2019$128.59*From: ChicagoTo: New York City Depart: Sep 09, 2019 Return: Sep 09, 2019$133.30*From: Fort LauderdaleTo: New York City Depart: Sep 13, 2019 Return: Sep 17, 2019$142.59*From: DallasTo: New York City Depart: Aug 17, 2019 Return: Aug 20, 2019$180.27*From: Los AngelesTo: New York City Depart: Aug 14, 2019 Return: Aug 28, 2019$180.38*
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The US state of New York is a four-year destination and therefore, the best time to visit New York entirely depends upon the preferences of tourists. Summer is the peak tourism season. From June to August, the weather remains soothing and mostly sunny. In summers, tourist cities remain thronged with tourists and thus the hotel rates are high in this season. Fall, from September to November, is an excellent time to visit the state and the New York’s fall foliage is a great attraction. The spring season begins in March. Winters continue from December to March are during this season, most of the upstate New York remains blanketed with snow. It is an excellent time to visit ski destinations in New York.

Popular Destinations in New York

New York City

New York City is the most populous city in the United States of America. This modern metropolitan city boasts a plethora of globally famed sites. It incorporates five boroughs and each of these boroughs is a separate county of New York State. Commonly abbreviated as NYC, New York City is a world-famous and major center of fashion, finance, art, and culture. In the city, there are hosts of lovely parks, stunning monuments, and heaps of internationally illustrious museums. Explorers in New York City can take pleasure of an incessant assortment of things to do and see at any time in a year. The signature tourist attractions in the city are the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Times Square, and Central Park.


Albany is the capital city of the US state of New York. This city is located on the west bank of the Hudson River, about 10 miles south of its confluence with the Mohawk River. Albany experiences different landscape and events including exciting outdoor fun in the summer, a wealth of tulips in the spring, stunning fall flora in autumn, and a wonderland in winter! Historic sites and government buildings in Albany offer tours and lovely architecture. Visitors will find memorials, parks, art galleries, planetariums, and museums at every nook and turn in the city. Major tourist attractions in the city are New York State Museum, Albany Institute of History & Art, and Albany Aqua Ducks, and more.


Buffalo, a city in western New York State, is located on the eastern shores of the Lake Erie at the head of the Niagara River. Having numerous nicknames such as "The Queen City", “The City of Good Neighbors”, and "The Nickel City", Buffalo is among the leading ports on the Great Lakes and is majorly famed for its historical buildings. Visitors can explore a plethora of finely restored Victorian buildings which are now home to boutiques, art galleries, and small restaurants. Some of the major tourist attractions in Buffalo are Darwin D Martin House, Shea's Performing Arts Center, Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, and more.

Popular Festivals and Events

Great New York State Fair

New York's largest annual event, Great New York State Fair is a 13-day showcase of entertainment, agriculture, education, and technology. The fair includes midway rides, exhibits, concessionaires, and concerts. Great New York State Fair starts on the third or fourth Wednesday in August and ends on Labor Day.

Albany Festival of Nations

Held annually in October in the city of Albany, Albany Festival of Nations is a showcase of different cultures in the world. The festival features performances, food, and craft from more than 24 countries, each putting on display their own culture. By taking part in the cultural celebrations, one can experience ethnic groups from Argentina, China. Armenia, Greece, Ethiopia, Turkey, and many more.

Rochester International Jazz Festival

Taking place in June in the city of Rochester, Rochester International Jazz Festival is held at multiple venues such as Kodak Hall at Eastman Theater, Hatch Recital Hall, Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music, the Festival Big Tent, Xerox Auditorium, and more. Various jazz performances are organized during this festival. In addition, about 0 free concerts are presented on outdoor stages and other free venues during the Rochester International Jazz Festival.

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