Last Updated on December 31, 2020As well as its surface area, there is a wide range of types of industries present in Hudson Valley. Agriculture, Winemaking, and Tech Valley are just the main ones. But the main attractions for those who are visiting the region as a tourist are unmistakable for their natural beauty and biodiversity. They are the Bear Mountain State Park, the Kaaterskill Falls, the Hunter and the Bear Mountains, and the Dater Mountain Nature Park. Cultural life owes nothing to other cities with spaces like the Storm King Art Center, the Hudson Opera House Center for the Arts, the Sand Lake Center for the Arts, the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, and the Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center. Rest assured, it shouldn’t cost more than $ 1400. Mountains, islands, valleys, and lakes. Architecture, arts, culture, and history. Composing a whole diversity, these hidden places to travel have a common feature: the cheap price. For 5 days of travel, none will cost more than $ 1500 in your pocket. Hooray!