Your guide to spending 24 hours (or more!) dining, discovering, exploring, and shopping your way across the Hudson River region.
The Hudson Valley town charms with a walkable Main Street and heaps of historic sites in the quiet countryside of Columbia County.
The historic Orange County destination lures visitors with innovative eateries, history, and a vibrant community in the Hudson Valley.
Day trips to the Columbia County town are all about small businesses, convivial restaurants, and celebrations that unite the community.
The Greene County village is a must for retro eats, vintage shopping, and a heap of Hudson Valley history in the Catskills.
The dreamy upstate city boasts award-winning Hudson Valley restaurants, unique storefronts, and the freshest New York air around.
Tucked between Harriman State Park and the New Jersey border, Suffern delights with outdoor attractions and restaurants galore.
With boutique shops, cozy cafés, and bustling restaurants, the Dutchess County neighborhood is a busy community in a small package.
Walkable and picturesque with restaurants and shopping destinations galore, Wappingers Falls is a hidden gem in the Hudson Valley.
The Rockland County village balances scenic Hudson River views with small-town shopping and upscale dining venues as the ultimate day trip.
The Hudson Valley town may be tiny, but it packs historic sites, gourmet markets, and artisanal alcohol into a few square blocks.
From lakeshore picnics to live concerts, this daylong guide to Pawling showcases the Hudson Valley's natural beauty and vibrant food scene.
This Greene County town is full of historic Hudson Valley landmarks, scrumptious upstate eateries, and a thriving craft beer scene.
Spend 24 hours in under-the-radar Carmel to soak in picturesque views near the Hudson River and indulge in comfort food treats.
Whether you go for the history, the races, or the spa, this 24-hour guide to the Saratoga County city will take you from morning to night.
The happening riverside city is a must-visit for local history, gourmet grub, and endless things to do in the Hudson Valley.
The iconic upstate city is a hub for farm-fresh food, community shopping, and, of course, entertainment in the Hudson Valley.
With restaurants and shops galore, the Rockland County spot is the ideal destination for a Hudson Valley day trip and a reprieve from busy city life.
From waffles to walkways, this daylong guide to Poughkeepsie, New York highlights the culture and history of the Hudson Valley community.
The small town beauty in the Hudson Valley is a hub for adventure, outdoor art, upscale accommodations, and all the good eats.
Head to the Ulster County hotspot for Catskills views, outdoor to-dos, and what just may be the most Instagrammable diner in the Hudson Valley.
Ulster County's popular college town buzzes with community activities, restaurants, and breathtaking Hudson Valley views.
This Dutchess County town has charming shops, scenic landscapes, and the best alternative restaurants in the Hudson Valley.
The Hudson Valley's dreamy resort town tempts with pristine slopes, chic shops, and farm-to-table dining at every corner.
If you're in search of a spectacular day of dining and shopping in Ulster County, look no further than this comprehensive Hudson Valley itinerary.
Use this sample itinerary to plan a perfect weekend of dining, shopping, and strolling in the Hudson Valley's lovely waterside town.
If you're going to treat yourself to a fun-filled weekend getaway in the Hudson Valley, Dutchess County's riverfront city is the place to do it.
The former Revolutionary War fortress of West Point is now a happening historic destination in the Hudson Valley, with great food to boot.
With charming shops, gourmet eateries, and serene views, the Ulster County town is a dream day trip destination.
With finger-licking food, artisanal wineries, and shoppable streets, the small, yet lively Orange County town is the perfect place for a quaint day trip.
The historic Hudson Valley town packs boutique shopping, gourmet eats, and cultural to-dos in just a few square blocks in Dutchess County.
This quaint Hudson Valley getaway has a strong sense of community that draws visitors to its weekend activities and local restaurants.