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Buffalo Niagara International Airport, the busiest airport in upstate New York, plays a central role in the tourism and business development of the Buffalo-Niagara region.
For many travelers who fly into the airport, the main reason is to see both the United States and Canada in a short window of time.
Buffalo is just 30 minutes away from the US-Canada border, and less than 2 hours away by car from Canada’s most populous city and cultural melting pot, Toronto.
One way car rentals from Buffalo Airport are also an option and can be arranged for drop off at any point of your choice in the US or Canada.
Dividing Canada and New York State, Niagara Falls is a popular destination for newlyweds on their honeymoon, nature-lovers and adventure-seekers.
There’s a wide range of experiences that can be had in and around the Niagara escarpment.
Some of the most popular activities include canoeing, kayaking, jet-boating, and the more high-adrenaline activities like bungee-jumping, paragliding and abseiling.
The tourist area features sophisticated yet affordable hotels with restaurants, spectacular views, attractions and expansive gardens that provide colorful backdrop to the already magical and misty environment of the falls, so there are also plenty of diversions if you came primarily for rest and relaxation.
By renting a car at Buffalo Airport, you can enjoy the soothing sights if you prefer a more laid-back vacation.
Rent a car and follow the Seaway Trail, which runs through New York and Pennsylvania aside the scenic shorelines of Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, the Niagara River and the Saint Lawrence River.
The 518-mile trail includes a mixture of lighthouses, historic sites, scenic landscapes, quaint villages and cities.
The shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario provide a lot of opportunities for water-based recreation, where you can park lakeside and take a break of canoeing or kayaking.
Points of interest along the trail include the Dunkirk Historical Lighthouse, Chautauqua-Lake Erie Wine Trail, Fort Ontario State Historic Site, the Strong Museum and National Toy Hall of Fame, Thousand Islands and the cities of Buffalo and Rochester where there are city and airport drop offs.
Lake Erie Circle Tour
Forming Cleveland’s northern boundary, Lake Erie is the southernmost and the shallowest of the five Great Lakes.
It is a bountiful resource for the local communities and source of endless fascination.
By car it’s easy to explore Lake Erie in an unhurried pace and great comfort.
For a more ambitious drive in and around northern United States and southern Canada, consider a Great Lakes Circle Tour.
On the US side of the lakes, there are plenty of drop off points in Minneapolis, Detroit and Madison.
If wine is your primary interest, a car is indispensable to experience not only Niagara’s Wine Trail but also that of New York’s Finger Lakes.
Cabernets Sauvignon and Franc, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay, Syrah and Merlot are some of the varieties grown and produced in the region.
Budget a day each for each destination and drive around a handful of the dozens of wineries located on either side of Niagara Falls.