In the state of New York, Buffalo is the 2nd most populous city hemmed in the western region of the state. The city is also fondly called The Queen City, City of Good Neighbors, The Nickel City, The City of No Illusions, City of Light and Queen City of the Lakes. Dating back, Buffalo was once a thriving industrial hub and transportation lifeline. Today the Queen City embraces a diverse indigenous food scene, craft beer scene, wineries and offbeat unconventional culture. Buffalo is easily accessible to top tourist destinations, like New York City (8 hours drive) and south of Niagara Falls (half and hour drive).
The economic sectors of Buffalo include light manufacturing, industrial, high technology and services. The city has a lively college student population, especially in Syracuse and Rochester that are home to top universities. Buffalo encompasses many notable architectural landmarks, historical buildings and neighborhoods, performing art centers and beautiful parks. Sophisticated and premier restaurants are scattered around Allentown, downtown, Elmwood and the suburbs. The Niagara Wine Trail has gained quite a reputation as one of the up-and-coming wine regions and you'll find a plenty of wineries that offer wine tastings and tours.
We have gathered some valuable information and prepared an itinerary that will help you hit the high points in Buffalo!
Map of Buffalo