When visiting Buffalo, you'll find a variety of fun and exciting attractions, delicious restaurants, and beautiful views to complement your business obligations. Known as "The City of Good Neighbors," you'll quickly find that Buffalo's a wonderful place to visit.
Get Your Car Rental at the Airport
Arrivals at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport happen on the lower level of the terminal. Across the passenger pick-up roadway, you'll find the car rental center located inside the parking garage. If you already booked your rental online, simply have your reservation information ready to go. If you didn't, renting a car from National is quick and easy.
The city center is about a 20-minute drive from the airport on NY-33, otherwise known as Kensington Expressway.
Where Business Gets Done
Chances are, most of your business will be downtown. In the heart of downtown, you'll find the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center which sits centrally located and within walking distance to city hall, Main Place Mall, and many of this city's most significant businesses and government entities.
With space for up to 7,000 guests and only 10 miles from the airport, the convention center is sure to have enough room for any event. There's over 110,000 square feet of exhibit space that's flexible and can fit your needs. Also, you'll love the helpful and dedicated convention center staff.
Stay Entertained After Work
If you're interested in architecture, make some time to visit Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House Complex. You'll get to explore the unique and fascinating architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as learn about the architect's methods and processes. There are several tour options available, ranging from one-hour to all-day tours, allowing you to pick and choose.
If you’ve never been to Buffalo before, a trek to Niagara Falls is probably a must. It’s only a 20-mile drive to the north to see one of America’s most popular natural attractions. In recent years, Buffalo and poured resources into revitalizing Canalside and Waterfront. The two spots host annual events, activities markets, and concerts.
For a seal-the-deal business dinner or working power lunch, check out Trattoria Aroma. Here you can get delicious options all day, including the Aroma Burger, pizza Bianca, and pesce al cartoccio. Don't miss their brunch, famous for its extensive Bloody Mary menu along with complimentary coffee, tea, and pastries. Of course, you can always get the city’s most well-known culinary creation – buffalo wings. The dish was created in 194 at Anchor Bar in the Allentown neighborhood north of downtown.