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How Does The Amenity Info Looks Like at Syracuse?

Top Rental Amenities in Syracuse

The above reveals the top rental amenities and the property numbers associated with each of them in Syracuse. In Syracuse, 313 rentals offer Parking Available, 311 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 280 rentals offer No Smoking. So, if you need Parking Available during your vacation, use the Parking Available filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Kitchen, Pool.

How Does The Vacation Home Rental Price Look Like in Syracuse?

Vacation House & Cottage Rental Price Information in Syracuse

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Syracuse has the largest percentage (16.06%) of homes in $100 - $150 price range.
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What Are The Most Liked Rental Accommodations in Syracuse?
Top Rental Accommodations in Syracuse
There are various types of homes in Syracuse area. Depending on your group size, you can pick the one using filters accordingly. House is the most popular accommodation type, and the largest homes can accommodate 34 people.The least popular accommodation in Syracuse is Farmhouse rentals
How Many Rental Accommodations Are Pets Friendly in Syracuse?
Pets Allowed vs Not Allowed in Syracuse
23.96% of vacation homes in Syracuse are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
Where Should We Visit in Syracuse Area?
Tourist Attractions In Syracuse
Here we list the must-visit places in Syracuse: Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Barry Park, Erie Canal Museum, Inner Harbor, Museum of Science & Technology, Everson Museum of Art, Thornden Park, Museum Of Intrigue, Billy Beez, Destiny USA, Franklin Square Park, Armory Square, Onondaga Historical Association, 5 Wits Syracuse, Onondaga Park, Union Park, Erie Canal Monument, Burnet PARK, Community Folk Art Center, Clinton Square Ice Rink, Rand Tract Park.
Where Are The Good Trails in Syracuse?
Top Trails In Syracuse
Here are the trails we recommend in Syracuse: Shoreline Walking Trail, Bear Trap Creek Bikeway Trail, Onondaga Creekwalk to Onondaga Lake, Camillus Forest Unique Area Trails, Erie Canalway Trail (Camillus to Jordan), Old Erie Canal (DeWitt to Canastota) Trail, Skytop, Milfred Forest, Pulpit Rock Loop Trail, Upper Tree Trail.
Any RV Campgrounds in Syracuse?
Top Rated Campgrounds In Syracuse
The best RV campgrounds here in Syracuse are: Streamside Campground, The Landing Campground, Mayfair Campground, North Bay Campground, Whispering Woods Campground, Oneida Pines Campground, Cherry Grove Campground, Lake Bluff Campground, Waterloo Harbor Campground, Finger Lake Backcountry Campsite.
What are the Airports in Syracuse?
Top Airports in Syracuse
Here are the airports that located near Syracuse: Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR).
Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Syracuse?
Hidden Gems

Onondaga Park

This is a beautiful park, the park green grass, surrounded by a lake, there is a chic white Pavilion for people to rest. The reed swaying along the lake and all kinds of birds living here constitute a beautiful picture. It is worth mentioning that the distinctive community around the park, where each house is unique, it is difficult to find two identical houses.

Rosamond Gifford Zoo

It is an outdoor activity site worth visiting in Syracuse. You can watch the animals play, eat and enjoy the beautiful natural environment. You can also see elephants, bears, tigers, and three-month-old cubs, birds, pandas, parrots and so on. It's great and educational.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Syracuse?
Trip Planning

2-Day Trip Itinerary

On the first day, visit the Iverson gallery and the Erie Canal Museum to experience the art and culture of Syracuse.

The next day, visit Onondaga Park and Rosamond Gifford zoo to experience the natural atmosphere of Syracuse.

What are the travel peak seasons in Syracuse?
Peak Seasons

Syracuse city belongs to the temperate continental climate, with four distinct seasons. The best portrayal of the city is that it floats flowers in spring, shade is thick in summer, maple is red in autumn, and snow is in the middle of winter. Because of the high latitude and the lake effect, the snowfall of Syracuse is heavy. The rainfall is mainly concentrated in summer, but the precipitation is mainly concentrated in winter, because of the heavy snowfall in winter, the mountains and roads will be closed.

Winter is the peak season and summer is the off-season.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Syracuse?
Local Events & Festivals

The Great New York State Fair

It's a big Carnival in New York state. There are many games and demonstrations in this activity. It's very interesting. You can enjoy local food, watch large-scale exhibitions, and feel the local customs.

How to get around in Syracuse?

Airport: Syracuse Hancock International Airport is a civil-military joint airport located 5 miles northeast of Syracuse downtown in Onondaga County, New York. Syracuse Hancock International Airport is located on interstate 81 near Martindale, New York, and its main terminal is located at the east end of Eileen Collins Avenue.

Freeway: Syracuse is the transportation hub of central New York State, located at the intersection of two interstate highways (highway 81 and highway 90).

Railway station: Syracuse railway station, located in the western section of the imperial corridor, is the busiest Amtrak Station between Niagara Falls and Albany.

What are the must-visit places in Syracuse?
Must See Attractions

Iverson Gallery

Located in Syracuse, New York, the Iverson Museum of art is one of the most important museums in New York state. It was founded in 1897 and dedicated to the collection, protection, and display of American art. Designed by I. M. Pei, the museum is the first art museum work in his architectural career. The museum itself is a huge sculpture, which is amazing. Iverson art museum is famous for its perfect shape and diverse collection and is welcomed by art lovers all over the world. The main body is made up of four large boxes with different height and height. The interior exhibition room is mainly for the exhibition of paintings, so artificial lighting is mainly used. There are two side windows at the edge of the sculpture court surrounded by the exhibition room. Natural light is sprinkled from the edge of the roof. Among them, the revolving staircase is considered to be the most "exaggerated" place in the whole museum. The museum has 11000 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, pottery, and video clips. The portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stewart, the most famous American portrait painter, is located in the museum. This museum is one of the earliest art galleries in the United States to collect video art, and it is also the largest art gallery in the world to collect video art. The museum also has a large collection of furniture from the arts and crafts movement, many of them by Gustav Stickley.

Erie Canal Museum

The Erie Canal Museum, located in Syracuse, New York, USA, was founded in 1962. It is a private museum about the earliest artificial canal in the United States, the Erie Canal. The building, where the museum is located, was built in 1849 and has been listed on the national list of historical sites. The Erie Canal Museum, which is composed of gate buildings and art education centers, is committed to protecting the last gate building in the United States, collecting, protecting and displaying canal related items, so as to let more people understand the long history and culture of the canal and the great contribution the canal has made to New York state. There are copies of the liner, old photos of the canal, models of the canal, etc. The Erie Canal Museum is open to the public from 10:00 to 17:00 from Monday to Saturday, and from 10:00 to 15:00 on Sunday. It is closed on New Year's Day, Easter, independence day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

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