Bored with the same old routine? Looking for a change?  How about a bus trip to new and exciting places?

Here are a few suggestions and ideas to get you started.

Thousand Island Seaway Adirondack Mountains Capital Region Great Niagra Finger Lakes Central Leatherstocking Catskill Mountains Hudson Valley New York City Long Island

» Adirondack Mountains: Take a bus to the Adirondack Mountains to visit the largest wilderness preserve outside of Alaska, Don't forget to taste the maple syrup!
» Capital Region: Take a bus to the Capital Region to visit Albany's New York State Museum, the Capital Building, and the Egg Center for the Performing Arts.
» Catskill Mountains: Take a bus to the Catskill Mountain region for the skiing, biking, hiking, history, and arts and crafts.
» Central Leatherstocking: A visit by bus to Central Leatherstocking brings you to Howe Caverns, the Baseball Hall of Fame, the Farmers Museum in Cooperstown and many other natural treasures.
» Chautauqua Allegheny: No bus service currently available.
» Finger Lakes: Take a bus to the Finger Lakes region, known for it's wine and apples, the International Museum of Photography, Corning Glass Center, spectacular scenery, and of course, the lakes.
» Great Niagara: When going to see the falls, take a bus to Great Niagara, visit the Letchworth State Park, Buffalo, Lake Erie and Lewiston.
» Hudson Valley: Take a bus to the Hudson Valley Region to visit mansions, vineyards, farms, and historic buildings, West Point, Bear Mountain, the Rhinebeck Aerodrome, the Roosevelt home, and the Culinary Institute of America.
» Long Island: A bus to Long Island will bring you to grand mansions, stunning ocean-front vistas, 140 museums and historic sites, renowned shopping and beaches and parks.
» New York City: Take a bus to New York City and see the big apple in style! Visit the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, the Theatre District, and much more.
» Thousand Island Seaway: When you take a bus to the Thousand Islands, visit the Amish Community, State Parks, the Eisenhower Lock, the Erie Canal, Boldt Castle and the historic lighthouses.


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