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Saratoga Springs Travel
Famous for its popular horse racing track and performing arts center, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., also has all of the comforts of a small town. Residents enjoy the laid back pace of bucolic upstate New York while relishing cultural and historic attractions typically found in bustling urban locales. This guide shows you how to enjoy Saratoga Springs travel year-round.
You'd be hard pressed to find a small city with as many unique attractions and options as Saratoga. ... read more »
Charming and anything but overwhelming, Saratoga Springs is an enjoyable city to explore on foot or otherwise. Learn how to make your way from the racetrack to the art galleries and beyond with tips on Saratoga Springs transportation from the sites below.
Traffic picks up in August in Saratoga Springs when the track is in full swing, typically starting around 10 a.m. and lasting until noon, and starting up again between 6 and 7 p.m.
Saratoga is not too large or difficult to navigate on foot once you've reached Broadway (Route 9), the main road from which many attractions and eateries are accessible.
Public transport and driving ...
Saratoga Convention and Tourism Bureau
Saratoga Convention and Tourism Bureau provides information on ways to get to and around in Saratoga Springs, including local airports, buses and taxi services.
Frommer's describes Saratoga Springs' user-friendly layout, and has information on visitor trolleys and local car rental services.
Saratoga Springs City Map
Saratoga Springs City Map is a simple tool that displays lodging, restaurants, places of worship, retailers and other attractions and points of interest around the city.
Bikely lists user-suggested bike paths of varying difficulty and scenery throughout Saratoga Springs with maps detailing each route.
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