Buffalo, New York, is located at the western end of Lake Erie close to the resort of Niagara Falls. It built its wealth as a trading center and was famously a flour-milling town. Today it is known for Art Deco and Beaux-Arts buildings, including the City Hall, the Electric Tower, and the Buffalo Central Terminal. Former residents include presidents Grover Cleveland and Millard Fillmore.
When to visit BuffaloWith average daily temperatures around 81ºF in July the summer months are a good time for visitors to travel to Buffalo and book into a Buffalo hotel, especially since there are a number of festivals, perhaps art, food, or drink themed. Winter temperatures in January are around 30ºF, meaning much of the city's sightseeing continues indoors.
How to get to BuffaloBuffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) lies just east of downtown, There are also train and bus services. As the major sights are widely spread it is advisable to rent a vehicle to make the most of your stay, perhaps by booking a hotel near Buffalo and travelling in for the sights.
Buffalo attractionsThe highly thought of Hampton Inn and Suites is close to the downtown sights such as the stunning Art Deco City Hall. The busy Hyatt Regency Hotel in Buffalo is near the center of things. Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens with its domed glass greenhouses is a tranquil place for an afternoon's sightseeing as is the Spirit of Buffalo, a coastal vessel that plies Lake Erie carrying holidaymakers to and fro,
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