Rochester Flights GuideRochester New York is an upstate oasis and somewhat obvious departure from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan and its related boroughs. It is also located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, making it a desirable summer location for watersports and sitting out by the lake. This third largest New York city also features several art museums and the whimsical Strong National Museum of Play.
Located in Western New York, New York City is over 300 miles away and best reached by train. However, Buffalo and Syracuse are closer and manageable trips via car. Additionally, located near the Northern border of the United States itself, one can consider making a driving trip up to Canada.
Rochester has weather typical to the Northeastern United States, that is, four distinct seasons. Winters can be snowy and icy. Summers can be extremely hot and humid. Autumn has a beautiful crispness and the area is famous for its foliage during this time. Because the weather can be somewhat extreme in the dead of summer and winter, the best time to visit is either March-May or September-November. The autumn is particularly nice, because of the fall foliage and because there are fall festivals during this time: from apple picking to cider drinking.
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