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About Buffalo 

Buffalo is a city in western New York, United States, located on the shores of Lake Erie, New York. The capital of the Buffalo Niagara Falls metropolitan area, Buffalo is also the 45th largest city in the United States and its proximity to the beautiful Niagara Falls makes it an attractive tourist destination. The history of this city dates back to 1789. At the time, it was a small trading community near the eponymous Buffalo Creek, but the city has since grown to become her second-largest city in the state after New York. Finance, technology, healthcare, and education make up Buffalo's major economic sectors. In 2010, Forbes ranked Buffalo the 10th best place to start a family in the United States. As with the rest of New York, the official language spoken by most people is English.

 

Top attractions in Buffalo 

  • Darwin D. Martin House

  • Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens
  • Pierce-Arrow Museum

  • Forest Lawn Cemetery

  • Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park

 

Flight to Buffalo 

There are several factors that affect the price of an airline ticket, so comparing airlines, departure airports and times can help keep costs down. Prices for flights to Buffalo may vary depending on when you book. To maximize your chances of getting a cheaper fare, you should book at least 30-50 days before travel. Currently, the lowest fares for flights to Buffalo are on Tuesdays. Sunday flights are more expensive. For the best value, book a midday flight when visiting Buffalo. In general, evening flights tend to be more in demand and therefore more expensive. Buffalo has a continental climate with very cold winters and sunny, dry summers that last from June to August. During the winter months from December to February, the city receives a lot of snow. The city experiences the fall season between September and November and the spring season from March to May. The city can be visited at any time of the year, with the exception of winter, but summer is the peak tourist season and hotel prices are at their highest.

 

Airline information

Buffalo Niagara International Airport is the city's main airport and all flights to Buffalo land at this airport. Air France, Delta, and Copa Airlines are the most frequent passengers flying from the United States to Buffalo Airport.

 

What to do in Buffalo 

Located about 37 kilometers from the city of Buffalo, Niagara Falls is a major tourist attraction. A masterpiece of Wright's Prairie House era, the Darwin D. Martin House is a major attraction in Buffalo. The Shays Performing Arts Centre is the perfect place for art lovers. It features classical architecture with Neo-Spanish Baroque interiors and is a National Historic Landmark. The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens are another of Buffalo's major attractions. This Victorian botanical garden has an orchid house, an ananas house, an herb collection, and a waterfall. A beautiful attraction with features such as water features, trees, and trails, Forest Lawn Cemetery is also the final resting place of many celebrities. Naval and Military Parks in Buffalo and Erie Counties (airplanes, model ships, and model aircraft displays), Albright Knox Art Gallery (impressive Greek-style building), Delaware Park, and Buffalo Zoo (Buffalo Zoo, biking, golf)  are part of Buffalo's most popular tourist attraction. The local cuisine served in Buffalo is a potpourri of cultures, reflecting a variety of influences, including Italian, Greek, African, Indian and American influences. From luxury hotels to budget restaurants, the city has it all. Ted's Hot Dogs, SPoT Coffee, Tim Hortons, and Mighty Taco are some of his chains, many of which are huge fast-food restaurants around town. The city is also very popular for its old Buffalo-style cuisine, which can be found at restaurants such as Louie's Hot Dogs, La Nova Pizzeria, John and Mary's Submarines, Just Pizza, and Duff's Famous Wings. Pearl Street Brewery and Flying Bison Brewing Company are based in Buffalo and known for their wine. Sahlen's, charcoal-grilled hot dogs, buffalo wings, haddock fries, beef sandwiches, pierogi, and loganberry-flavored drinks are local delicacies of the city and must-try during your stay in Buffalo. There are plenty of shopping malls and high-end stores for the brand-minded, but the city also has street-style and village markets for budget travelers.

 

Where to stay in Buffalo

Choosing where to stay in Buffalo is definitely a difficult decision. Buffalo is a very diverse city with so many beautiful neighborhoods. Here are some ideas to get you started. Voted one of the nation's top neighborhoods by the American Planning Association, Elmwood Village is home to some of the city's most popular shops. The Allentown area is bohemian, fun and bohemian with bars, restaurants, and galleries. North Buffalo's idyllic Parkside neighborhood is home to tree-lined streets lined with beautiful early 20th-century Victorian homes and the Buffalo Zoo in nearby Delaware Park. The Five Points district is home to a variety of small businesses, restaurants, and artisans. The intersection of Michigan and Broadway is at the heart of Buffalo's African-American history and heritage - top, for live music.  One of Buffalo's oldest neighborhoods, Old First Ward has become one of Buffalo's hottest spots, with a new brewery, distillery, rock climbing gym, and kayak rentals. East Aurora has a classic American Main Street, perfect for strolling and browsing the many shops and boutiques. Drive through the rolling hills south of Buffalo to the small village of Springville.

FAQ's

1. Which airlines offer direct flights to Buffalo Niagara? +

American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United, Republic Airways, jetBlue, Piedmont Airlines As American Eagle, Envoy Air and Hawaiian Airlines all fly direct to Buffalo Niagara.

2. When is the cheapest time to fly to Buffalo Niagara? +

The cheapest month to fly to Buffalo Niagara is February.

3. Can I fly to Buffalo Niagara at this time due to COVID-19? +

Currently, you can only fly to Buffalo Niagara if you are a US citizen or meet other strict immigration requirements. But the world has opened up again and things are changing rapidly.

4. Which airports do flights to Buffalo arrive at? +

When you book a flight to Buffalo, you arrive at the city's only airport, Buffalo Airport.

5. How far is the airport from the city center? +

Buffalo (BUF) is located 8.4 mi (13.4 km) from central Buffalo.

6. Is there public transportation from Buffalo Airport to downtown Buffalo? +

Yes, the NFTA Metro Route 204 (known as the "Airport-Downtown Express") runs regularly between the BUF Terminal and downtown Buffalo. Runs approximately every 30 minutes Monday through Friday, closed on weekends. A one-way fare is approximately $2.50 per person. Alternatively, the number 24 NFTA metro bus (“Genesee” route) runs regularly on both weekdays and weekends. Buses depart about every 30 minutes (longer on weekends) and cost about $2 each way.

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