Hudson Valley – Pride of New York

New York City is known as a city, which never sleeps. This is better described as Entertainment Capital of World, full of glamour, fun, diversity and excitement for people of all ages. The astonishing variety of attractions in this Entertainment capital of World range from world-class theatre, music and museums to world champion sporting events. Discover magnificent architecture, breathtaking performances, marvelous shopping facilities and treasures of art and culture, as well as superb cuisine from every corner of the world.

New York is a combination of best places of mass interest, and surrounding by several picturesque islands. We’ll take a look on major attraction in New York.

Known for charming villages, historic mansions, and hauntingly beautiful landscapes, this enchanting land has inspired generation of artists, statesmen, and writers. You can tour their former homes – from romantic cottages to grand estates – and walk in their footprints along scenic paths throughout the region.

With the historic river as its centerpiece, the Hudson valley has been called the landscape that defined America. Once you discover the rich history and cultural treasures, you’ll see why Hudson Valley is an official national heritage Area.

Sleepy Hollow Country – The places boasts several historic sites. Visit Washington Irving’s charming 19th century home in the village of Tarrytown. You will find one of America’s finest Gothic revival mansions, ‘Lyndhurst ‘ here. A few miles north in Sleepy Hollow you can travel around the Rockefeller Estate. The spectacular architecture and landscape of this Hudson valley landmark have been meticulously maintained for almost 100 years. You can tour this six story stone house and expansive, terraced gardens containing and extraordinary collection of 20th century sculpture by artists like Picasso and Calder. Don’t miss the classic cars collection and horse drawn carriages by the Coach Barn’s.

Hudson Valley Wineries – If you enjoy fine wine, there’s still more to inspire you, picturesque vineyards, friendly people and great wines. Hudson valley wines are among world’s best wines. This is one of America’s most historic wine regions, in fact the oldest winery. A pioneering territory for French-American grape varieties like Seyval Bland and Baco Noir, the region also nurtures the more delicate European grape varieties. After Tours and tasting, walk lush vineyard or picnic with a view of surrounding hills. Fine restaurants, charming inns, and antique shops in the area invite you to relax and stay a while.