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The most important cities in New York State

New York State is the fourth most populous state in the United States with nearly 20 million inhabitants and the third richest state after Texas and California. Independent, it would be the 16th largest economic power in the world.

Its capital is Albany, which is located in eastern New York State.

New York City is a state city, but part of its metropolitan area is located in neighboring states.

On the one hand, New York State offers you a wide range of themes to discover in its many cities during your stay.

However, here is a non-exhaustive list to help you discover it:

  • The panoramic view of New York City from the top of the Empire State Building
  • The majestic Niagara falls less than an hour from Buffalo, the second most populous city in New York State
  • The cultural and natural diversity of this state in New York State Museum in Albany
  • A baseball game in Cooperstown, the city of the “hobby”
  • The art and history of glass in the world’s largest glass museum in Corning.
  • the wonders of nature in Ithaca with 150 waterfalls and waterfalls
  • A hike in the Niagara Gorge in Lewiston
  • Year-round shows and festivals in Rochester
  • Horse racing courses in Saratoga Springs
  • Car racing on Watkins Glen roads in the heart of the amazing Finger Lakes region

Whether your passion is discovering the rich cultural history, the lively culinary scene or nature, you can be sure to leave satisfied after your stay.