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For all the spectacular sights and wonderful opportunities that exist in New York City it should be remembered that there is a lot more to New York State than just the Big Apple. There are a further 5 large cities with populations of over 100,000 including Buffalo, Rochester and the capital Albany. Traveling around the Empire State - as it commonly known - is straight forward even by road, although internal flights are popular. The world famous Niagara Falls attract millions of visitors each year, but other spots such as Finger Lakes and the Catskills also receive a great number of visitors.
The climate of New York State is one of complete contrasts through the seasons. Summers are very warm and humid in the big cities, but the winters can drop well below freezing. New York City itself is always several degrees higher than the rest of the state. The best time to visit is either the late spring or early fall when temperatures are comfortable and crowds are a little less, although you probably will not notice the difference if you are in Manhattan. Annual events include the May Tulip Festival in Albany and the International Jazz Festival in Rochester each June.
Go hiking at Stony Creek in the southern Adirondacks amongst some of the most natural beauty in the state.
Get yourself down to Dylan's Candy Bar on Third Avenue New York City and literally treat yourself in the world's largest candy store.
Visit the Ground Zero Museum Workshop regarded as the biggest little museum in New York.
Spend a Sunday morning at Williamsburg Flea Market in Brooklyn right down on the waterfront and pick up a bargain.
Eat at Baldino's Italian restaurant in Plainview where the beautiful veal has to be tasted to be believed.
Pick up a cheap ticket and catch a show at one of the dozens of theaters on the world famous Broadway.
Take the ferry from Battery Park across to the Statue of Liberty and enjoy the New York Skyline from the island.
Climb to the top of the Rockefeller Center and get the very best views anywhere of New York City.
Sample the amazing sights of Times Square with the colors and neon lighting filling the area.
Enjoy wine tasting at the Finger Lakes region incorporating 4 different wine trails … best not drive!
Take in the impressive and diverse collections of paintings at the Museum of Modern Art better known as MoMA.
Jump aboard a Lake Erie bound barge and travel up the waterways between Albany and Buffalo.
Visit the New York State Museum in Albany with fascinating memorabilia from all across the state.
Stroll through Central Park in New York City and be amazed at the sights and sounds of this famous open space.
Put on your blue poncho and sail the Maid of the Mist boat tour straight into the magnificent Niagara Falls.
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