Trains Syracuse, NY to New York, NY: Times, Prices and Tickets

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Traveling from Syracuse NY to New York City NY by train

Basic costs and travel times from Syracuse NY to New York City NY

The train journey from Syracuse to New York City takes roughly and costs . There are plenty of daily departures, with daily connections starting as early as . The last train departure from Syracuse is at .

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The route from Syracuse NY to New York City NY

The north-south train route from Syracuse to New York City is a scenic and historical journey through the heart of New York State. It's a charming and winding route that takes in some 195 miles of pleasing countryside. This inter-city Amtrak route offers a number of class or seat bookings. The fastest route is by the Empire Service, with other connections via the Maple Leaf and Lake Shore Limited services.

Trains from Syracuse depart from Syracuse Station, otherwise known as the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center. This station is located to the northwest of the city center overlooking the serene Onondaga Lake. Connections are possible by bus or taxi. The route down to New York City takes in the following important stations:

  • Syracuse
  • Amsterdam
  • Albany
  • Poughkeepsie
  • New York (Penn Station)

 

Traversing Upstate New York

From Syracuse, you head due east through fields, forest, and lakeside scenes. You’ll pass pretty rural towns from Rome through Little Falls on the way to Amsterdam. If you’re lucky enough to be traveling in the fall, the foliage of maple and sycamore glows red and orange throughout this stretch.

From Amsterdam, your train heads southeast to Albany over the Mohawk River. Albany is New York State’s capital and is a far cry from New York City’s metropolis, offering leafy and gracious stately neighborhoods. The Empire State Plaza dominates the skyline as you cross the Hudson River south. Your train follows the Hudson, passing charming waterfront towns on the way to the Big Apple.

From mountains to metropolis

As you head South, you’ll see the Catskill Mountains and the Taconic Range, particularly as you pass Hudson. Look to your right on the way to Rhinecliff, a common stop on the way, to catch glimpses of the largest peaks. Your next major stop is Poughkeepsie, home to Franklin D. Roosevelt and a wide range of historical buildings and nature trails. Following the Hudson on through tranquil countryside, you’ll pass Harriman State Park en route to New York City.

As you enter the greater New York City metro area, you’ll continue through a number of charming Hudson River-based towns. To your right is the state of New Jersey. Your train disembarks at Penn Station, New York City's main intercity train station and its busiest. Centrally located in Midtown Manhattan, you’re close to many of the city’s top attractions. Onward connections are quick and easy via rapid transit, subway, or taxi.

Discover the wonders of New York City NY

As one of the world’s most iconic metropolises, New York City is a mecca for art, culture, history, and gastronomy. Many of the world’s most prestigious institutions are based here, and many more trends are set within its streets. It’s a city that keeps on giving, no matter how often you visit. All Five Boroughs offer their own distinct flair, so don’t contain yourself just within Manhattan.

Big-hitting museums and galleries

New York City is a nexus for artists and art institutions. MoMA, the Met, and the Guggenheim are all based within Manhattan alone. There are ample contemporary, independent, and radical gallery spaces too. For some of the most forward-thinking galleries, head to the Lower East Side, Chelsea, or Brooklyn. Whether you’re looking for new American art or inspired Japanese sculpture, New York City will have a space for it.

New York City’s museum heritage doesn’t stop at art. The American Museum of Natural History is among the world’s most iconic museums, offering some 34 million specimens from across the world. For an understanding of the city's rich immigrant history, head to the Tenement Museum. This captivating space on the Bowery was once home to some 15,000 people from some 20 nations. Lastly, the National September 11 Memorial Museum remains a reflective space to remember one of the world’s most horrific events.

Incredible architecture and parks

Walking New York City reveals countless architectural masterpieces and vibrant neighborhoods. This is the city of historic skyscrapers, from the Chrysler Building to the Empire State Building. It’s common for first-timers to take a cruise or the famed Staten Island Ferry to take in the city’s stunning skyline. You’ll pass other landmarks like Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. 

At the center of Manhattan, Central Park is one of the world’s most recognizable green spaces. Its impressive 843 acres of meadows and outcrops are the perfect respite from life in the city. Whether you explore this park by foot or cycle, or simply head to Central Park Zoo. Look out for fun performances and free concerts throughout the year. One of the most beloved is the summertime Shakespeare in the Park.

A culinary capital

New York City is a city for foodies. You’ll find 75 Michelin-starred restaurants throughout the city. However, it's not all haute cuisine, head to the many local neighborhoods for authentic and fusion twists on world cuisines. Whether you're sipping noodles in Chinatown or grabbing a deli sandwich on the Upper West Side, food is everything in New York City. There are an estimated 60 international cuisines represented in the city and some 23,000 restaurants. What better story of New York City and its immigrant history?

This is also a city that never sleeps. Whether you’re hunting down big Broadway shows or cutting-edge theater performances, there’s always something going on. That has given the city one of the most exciting late-night bar and restaurant cultures. From rooftop terraces to reclaimed warehouse brewpubs, the night is always young.

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Syracuse, NY to New York, NY by train

Distance 195.1 mi
Departure Syracuse, NY
Arrival New York, NY
Carriers Amtrak, Amtrack

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How long does the journey from Syracuse, NY to New York, NY take by train?

With a distance of 195.7 mi between Syracuse, NY and New York, NY, it will usually take to complete the journey. This average figure may vary from day to day. Delays could be caused by unexpected weather conditions, roadworks or construction, local events, or other unforeseen circumstances. Remember that your journey may take longer than . Make your plans with this in mind to avoid disappointment, particularly if you are traveling on a tight schedule.

What time are the departures from Syracuse, NY to New York, NY?

If you prefer to travel at night, you will usually find the first departure from Syracuse, NY to New York, NY leaving at . Although things may change depending on the day, in general the last departure of the night leaves at .If you have some flexibility over the day on which you travel, you might find more options available to you. For example, some providers may only run early morning routes on weekdays, when people are traveling to work. You will often find fewer options available on weekends or public holidays.

Which stations can I use on the Syracuse, NY to New York, NY route?

In Syracuse, NY, departure stations include Syracuse, NY. When you arrive in New York, NY, you may be able to disembark at stations such as New York, NY. Remember though that the exact stations served on each route can vary. Different providers may depart from and arrive at different stations. Furthermore, if you travel on an express service, the number of stations may be limited, and the exact stations served on a particular route may vary at different times of day or day of the week. Check in advance to ensure that you are departing from and arriving at a station that is convenient for your journey.

How many times a day do departures from Syracuse, NY leave for New York, NY?

Unfortunately, no connection was found for your trip from Syracuse, NY to New York, NY. Selecting a new departure or arrival city, without dramatically changing your itinerary could help you find connections.

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