Western New York (WNY) Travel Guide and Vacation Rental Accommodations



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Western New York

The Western New York (WNY) region is located in the western part of the New York State with the city of Buffalo as its hub includes the Buffalo-Niagara Metro area.  This region is located in a fortuitous geo area on the globe bordering 2 freshwater Great Lakes and the Niagara River running between each lake and the majestic Niagara Falls located on the river. 

Compromised of Erie and Niagara counties, and also includes Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Chautauqua counties. The Western New York (WNY) region shares a border with Canada and its closest point is an approx 1.5-hour drive to the wonderfully diverse city of Toronto Canada.

New York City may be the epicenter of New York but Western New York (WNY) has a distinct advantage of city, suburban, and country living. Visitors and residents of WNY are in love with the landscape, scenery, sites, and attractions that provide activities and opportunities in each of the four seasons.


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Niagara Falls Area


The Niagara River

Consists of majestic waterfalls that are strategically located along the United States and Canada borders. The city's main geological wonder of the same name is one for the books. 

Niagara Falls

The second-largest waterfall in the world is one of the most famous spots in the world and consists of three separate waterfalls, namely the Horseshoe Falls (aka Canadian Falls), American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls. The lovely upstate town offers various sites where you could view the falls, or for recreational purposes. Below are some of them:

Niagara Falls State Park

Known to be America's oldest state park, this park serves visitors the most spectacular view of the falls at every turn. It also offers an adventure-packed experience with its 15 miles (or more) of hiking trails, a list of fun activities, and many more.

Maid of the Mist

You must not miss this longest-running, world-famous boat tour journey of the falls. This is the most sought-after attraction of the Niagara Falls State Park, offering an unforgettable 20-30 minute experience through the crashing waves and raging waters surrounded by massive rock formations.

Cave of the Winds

This cavern consists of boardwalks leading from the Niagara Gorge to the bottom of the cave. This series of the wooden platforms, known as the "Hurricane Deck" because of the constant tropical storm-like conditions, is just a few feet away from the crashing waters of Bridal Veil Falls.

Aquarium of Niagara

Perfect for your family's getaway trip in the west, this aquarium is home to more than 1,500 aquatic animals, including California sea lions, Peruvian Humboldt penguins, rescued seals, and many others. They also have more than 30 fun exhibits, as well as educational ones.

Castellani Art Museum

Niagara falls is not just limited to outdoor sceneries but also hosts wonderful art exhibits in the Castellani Art Museum. Founded in 1976 by the Castellani Family, the museum provides a cultural resource for Niagara University and aims to promote the study and appreciation of arts. 


Buffalo Area


Buffalo City Hall

This hall is more than just the seat for the municipal government of the City of Buffalo but is also a sophisticated, 32-story, Art Deco masterpiece by the architects John Wade and George Dietel. Buffalo City Hall details magnificent murals that highlight the city's history and long-standing industry.

Map of Western New York

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