Often touted as the best designed city in the United States, Buffalo is an architectural gem located on the edge of Lake Erie and near Niagara Falls. With a historic downtown, revitalized waterfront, and host of trendy dining options, New York’s second largest city is an underrated treasure.
Catch a Buffalo Bills game at Highmark Stadium, explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, or simply stroll through Buffalo’s lovely streets, marveling at old buildings and enjoying the fresh Upstate air.
Buffalo’s unique architecture and hip waterfront culture make it a fun place to visit any time of year.
Visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s “domestic symphony.” Built in 1903-1905 for Buffalo executive Darwin D. Martin, the Martin House is a quintessential prairie style home. Art glass, natural colors, and open spaces create an elegant yet comfortable atmosphere, making this house a lived-in work of art.
Located at the western terminus of the Erie Canal, Canalside is the hub of Buffalo’s waterfront downtown. Home to restaurants, shops, concerts, festivals, and more, it’s the perfect place to let loose and have fun.
Created in the late 19th century, this 155-acre park is home to a Victorian-style glass and steel building inspired by London’s famous Crystal Palace. Enjoy native and non-native plants in the palm dome, fern house, and orchid house, and don’t miss the indoor waterfall.
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Outside of Buffalo, you can visit the Great Lakes or the Finger Lakes, get your fill of trendy breweries or laugh yourself hoarse at the National Comedy Center. Filled with historic small towns, sublime landscapes, and fun restaurants, Upstate New York offers endless surprises for the curious traveler.Book the perfect car
You can’t visit Buffalo without making the half-hour pilgrimage to Niagara Falls. Visit the Observation Tower at Prospect Point for a stunning view of Niagara Gorge and all three waterfalls. From the Niagara Gorge Discovery Center, you can hike to more amazing viewpoints.
Best known as the home of Lucille Ball, Jamestown now hosts the National Comedy Center: a massive museum in the old Train Station. With 40,000 square feet of exhibits and artifacts and thousands of clips from all your favorite comedy films and shows, it’s a comedian’s and film buff’s dream.
Historic Ellicottville has something for everyone: a charming Main Street, a legendary dining and drinking scene, and plentiful outdoor adventures. While it’s a ski destination in the winter, summer visitors flock to the Sky High Aerial Adventure Park for zip lines and aerial obstacle courses.
I would not hesitate to utilize her for your car rental requirements at the Buffalo, NY airport
Great host, absolutely recommend if traveling to the buffalo area!!
I recommend that anyone arriving in Buffalo who needs a vehicle uses this locally operated business instead of the larger car rental corporations.
He went above and beyond in making sure our first Turo reservation was perfect.
A Great Car that Ran Great, Got Me from Buffalo, Syracuse, Albany, back to Buffalo right under the Allowed 750 Miles.
The car was fantastic to drive around for my one day trip in Buffalo.
Mike made the transaction way easier than the normal huddle and bustle at the Buffalo airport with rental cars.
Lee answered all questions, left complimentary water, I’m in Buffalo often, will be booking again soon, excellent thanks again Mr.
I was able to pick up and drop off the car from the airport in Buffalo, super convenient.
My wife and I loved walking past the huge rental car line at the Buffalo airport right to Lee’s car that was waiting for us ready to go.
The car was very clean, and Alberto was great to work with, very punctual.
I needed a car at the last minute at a reasonable price,well one of my family members suggested turo.
The car was in great condition, clean, and just what we needed to help us enjoy our time in Buffalo.
This was the easiest way to get a rental car… Lee brought the car to the baggage area, I sign the car over and off we went.. process took less than 5 minutes..
I plan on using Mikey when I come back to Buffalo again 10/10 Thanks Mikey for being a Host on Turo.
Mikey was very responsive to my messages and was able to work around my schedule when I had to drop the rental off late night to catch an early flight.
One of the best ways to ensure you experience all the stunning scenery of the Buffalo region is to take the Great Lakes Seaway Trail. Running parallel to the Niagara River, this drive provides breathtaking views of the Great Lakes and the falls.
As you cruise scenic Route 5 toward Clarence, you’ll pass lush parks and charming country hamlets. Past Clarence, Route 5 runs parallel to the former Erie-Lackawanna Railroad, with open farmlands on either side.
In upstate New York, you can wind past fields, forests, and falls to your heart’s content. The Western New York Southtowns Scenic Byway loops through interesting towns and picturesque villages, with plenty of parks and scenic overlooks along the way.
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