Saving Tips for Travelers to Syracuse
How to Save Some Money in Syracuse
Syracuse, New York is a wonderful place to visit, with many interesting places to check out. There are even a lot places that do not charge a fee for entrance yet visitors can have a wonderful time during the visit. Among these attractions are nature destinations like Erie Canal Trail, Onondaga Lake Park, Green Lakes, Oneida Lake, and Beaver Lake. It is best to avoid using taxis to travel around as they do tend to be the most expensive of the transport options in the city. One might consider exploring the city on foot, especially the downtown area. There are also a number of budget inns and motels in the city as well as inexpensive restaurants.
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Travelers heading to Syracuse, New York will find the city a wonderful destination. There are plenty of attractions to visit, activities to do. Visitors can enjoy checking out attractions like the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Everson Museum, Erie Canal Museum, and The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. Still, there are places that visitors can visit for free or on rather inexpensive fees. Most are nature destinations such as Onondaga Lake Park, Erie Canal Trail, Green Lakes, Oneida Lake, and Beaver Lake.
There are plenty of festivals in Syracuse, keeping the city alive with fun and enjoyable activities all year round. It would be nice to time your trip around any of these festivals to maximize the fun things to do for a more enjoyable trip.
There are also lots of other ways to save in the city.
• The streets of Syracuse are friendly to hikers and pedestrians. Thus, it is quite easy to explore it, especially the downtown area, on foot. It is also a good idea to rent a bike to cover more ground than when going on foot. There are a number of hills in the city, especially in the University Area. You can avoid biking up those steep trails by taking a bus to the downtown area. Most buses are willing to take passengers who are bringing their bikes along.
• Buses have reasonable rates. So, if you wish to visit places that are far in between and/or want to minimize travel time, then take a bus. Most places in the city are covered by bus routes. If staying in the city for a long time, it is best to consider buying a 30 Day Unlimited Ride Pass to save on bus fares.
• To save money on accommodations, try staying in budget accommodations. Try to find budget options nearest the attractions or destinations that you are going to spend a lot of time in.
• A lot of budget-friendly restaurants are available in the city. Heid’s is well known for its delicious yet easily affordable hotdogs. The Brooklyn Pickle is another great option, serving diners with tasty sandwiches at rather reasonable prices.
Traveling need not be expensive as long as travelers know where to stay, where to eat, where visit, and how to get there cheap.
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