• Naples

    Surrounded by gentle hills, this small village sits at the southern end of Canandaigua Lake. It's a haven for artists... Read More
  • Ithaca

    Home to both Cornell University and Ithaca College, eclectic Ithaca is the multicultural and intellectual capital... Read More
  • Corning

    One of the world's glass centers, Corning has an appropriate nickname: Crystal City. The Corning Museum of Glass,... Read More
  • Skaneateles

    On a former stagecoach route, Skaneateles—officially pronounced skanny-atlas (though you'll hear skinny-atlas from... Read More
  • Hammondsport

    Hammondsport, a small village nestled between soft hills at the southern end of Keuka Lake, is close to a number... Read More
  • Watkins Glen

    Watkins Glen State Park, one of the state's premier natural wonders, is one reason to visit this small village... Read More
  • Trumansburg

    A few miles west of Cayuga Lake, Trumansburg is a self-contained rural outpost but also something of an Ithaca... Read More
  • Geneva

    In the Seneca Lake city of Geneva (population 13,000), wonderful examples of Federal, Victorian Gothic, and Jeffersonian... Read More
  • Elmira

    Settled in 1788, Elmira was the site of one of the battles of the Sullivan-Clinton expedition of 1779, during which... Read More
  • Rochester

    First known as the Flour City in the early 1800s, for the mills that were powered by the Genesee River, Rochester... Read More
  • Canandaigua

    Long a favorite vacation destination for Rochester residents, this small city (population about 11,200) sits at... Read More
  • Penn Yan

    The small village, which incorporated in 1833 and took its name from its early Pennsylvania and Yankee residents,... Read More
  • Syracuse

    At the southern tip of Onondaga Lake, Syracuse is considered the geographic center of the state. The Syracuse area... Read More
  • Seneca Falls

    Seneca Falls is a classic. The former mill town has wide streets lined with century-old homes, 19th-century storefronts,... Read More
  • Auburn

    Around 28,000 people live in Auburn, an urban outpost in rural Cayuga County. Despite a somewhat shabby downtown,... Read More
  • Aurora

    Stretching nearly a mile along the east shore of Cayuga Lake, Aurora has long been one of the prettiest 19th-century... Read More