Albany, NY (PRWEB) December 02, 2012
The Capital-Saratoga Tourism Region, located in Upstate New York, offers visitors fun holiday and winter events, outdoor recreation, performing arts venues, museums, romantic getaway options, fine dining, spas, shopping and much more this winter.
During the holiday season, the Capital-Saratoga Region has many fun events including:
- Gifted: Holiday Gallery Open House and Sale in Fulton County on Dec 1-2
- Troy Victorian Stroll in Rensselaer County on December 2
- 6th Annual Festival of Trees in Schenectady County through December 9
- Christmas in Cambridge in Washington County on December 7-9
- Trans-Siberian Orchestra in Albany County on December 13
- First Night Saratoga in Saratoga County on December 31
For a listing of additional holiday season and winter events offered in the region, visit http://www.capital-saratoga.com/top-events.
Visitors can enjoy a romantic winter getaway to the region, staying at one of the many lodging options available, including charming bed and breakfasts, stately hotels, historic inns, and Victorian mansions. There are hundreds of dining establishments and plenty of things to do as the region features many museums, vibrant nightlife, shopping, spas, Broadway shows and performances.
For those that love outdoor recreation, winter activities in the region are plentiful including snowmobiling, snowshoeing, skiing, tubing parks and ice fishing. With thousands of acres of State and National Park lands, trail systems, lakes and scenic countryside to explore, the Capital-Saratoga Region is full of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors this winter.
For more information on these winter getaway opportunities, packages and more, visit http://www.capital-saratoga.com.
About The Capital-Saratoga Tourism Region
New York’s Capital-Saratoga Region is made up of Albany, Fulton, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga and Washington Counties. With museums, wineries, performing arts venues, thoroughbred racing, hiking, fishing, farmers’ markets, art galleries, festivals and more the Capital-Saratoga Region offers much for travelers to see and experience. http://www.capital-saratoga.com