If you've never been to New York, there's no better time than the present! New York is the most populous state in the entire United States. It is one of the country's leading financial, cultural, transportation and fashion centers. If you want to experience a little bit of everything then rent a car and travel from one end of New York to the other. There is just so much to see and do.
New York City: No trip to New York State is complete without a trip to the city of New York, also known as the Big Apple. Just a few of the classic places to visit are: The Statue of Liberty, the United Nations Headquarters, Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, Staten Island, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, Chinatown and Wall Street. The best idea is to rent a cheap car and travel from one tip of the city to the next so that you can travel in comfort. If you are really feeling luxurious, rent a luxury vehicle and travel the streets in style.
Culture and Entertainment: When visiting New York City, you must go to at least one Broadway or Off-Broadway Production. These are not cheap, but can be a lifetime experience. Some cultural and entertainment venues to visit include: Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, Nokia Theater, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and The Richard Rodgers Theater.
The New York State Fair is an annual event that takes place at the Empire Expo Center in Syracuse. This fair has onsite parking for 24,000 vehicles so you shouldn't have too much of a problem finding a place to park your car rental. Events that take place at this fair include: music concerts, auto racing, an adventure zone, a youth activity center, talent shows and train exhibits. This is a perfect place for the whole family to visit.
Historic Monuments: There are numerous monuments to which you can drive your car rental for a visit. The General Grant National Memorial in New York City overlooks the Hudson River and is home to the largest tomb in North America. The Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome, NY is a perfect place to visit for anyone interested in the American Revolutionary War. Finally, the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor in Upstate New York will teach you about one of America's most famous man-made waterways.