Travel to Syracuse

Graphic courtesy of Visit Syracuse.

You’ve heard the phrase “location, location, location,” right? Well, it applies here. Syracuse is located in the center of New York State, with direct access to two major highways (to New York City, Niagara Falls and Canada). It has an international airport, Amtrak and bus service. Syracuse is quickly becoming one of New York State’s most sought-after destinations for convention, business and leisure travelers. It is home to nearly 470,000 people and as the saying goes: a great place to live, is a great place to visit. In fact, Syracuse was voted the #1 mid-size city to visit in the Northeast in 2017 on the TODAY Show’s website.

Transportation from/to the airport and the Amtrak station will be provided to all conference attendees.

By Air

Fly into Syracuse Hancock International Airport, serviced by:

  • Air Canada
  • Allegiant
  • Delta
  • American Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • United Airlines

With direct flights from:

Ft. Lauderdale

Myrtle Beach
New York City
St. Petersburg
Washington, D.C

By Train

Take Amtrak to/from the Syracuse Amtrak Station. The Syracuse Regional Transportation Center is located at:

1 Walsh Circle
Syracuse, NY 13208

By Car

Syracuse is conveniently located highways 90 and 81 meet, and is a short drive away from the following destinations:

Rochester: 1 hour
Thousand Islands: 2 hours
Albany: 2 hours
Buffalo: 2 hours
Niagara Falls: 3 hours

New York City: 4 hours
Toronto: 4 hours
Boston: 5 hours
Philadelphia: 5 hours
Washington, D.C.: 6 hours