The city of Schenectady, located in Schenectady County is settled at the Mohawk River, a tributary of the Hudson, and about 30 km from Albany, the capital of the State of New York and approximately 275 km north of the city of New York.
From New York City Schenectady can easily be reached by car. You can use the New York Interstate Highway 87, which connects NY to Albany and from there you can use the 90 Highway to reach Syracuse and the Niagara Falls.
|The Capital-Saratoga Region in the state New York.|
Schenectady is an excellent starting point to see the State of New York, with special points of interest such as Albany, Niagara Falls, the Adirondack Mountains, the Catskill, Hudson Valley, Lake George and Canada / Montreal. To visit New York City one can use the quick Amtrak train connection.
The city of Schenectady to the Mohawk River