Book your Niagara Airport Rental Car and Travel around the Falls
More than Famous Wings and Falls.
It’s hard to beat the heat of Buffalo’s world famous wings and the breathtaking beauty of Niagara Falls, but did you know there’s even more to discover in the Buffalo Niagara region? After you land at Buffalo Niagara International Airport, just hop in your Niagara Airport rental car and start exploring.
Just miles away from the Niagara International Airport is Buffalo’s waterfront jewel — greeting visitors all year long with amazing attractions and events. Park your Thrifty car rental and explore all the area has to offer. When the weather cools down, sports fans hit the ice at Ice @ Canalside, a 35,000 square foot rink featuring skating, pond hockey, curling and ice bikes — then refuel at Food & Sport, a two-story mecca with 70 televisions, local craft beers and cocktails, and locally grown culinary favorites.
Explore Elmwood Village
Open-air cafes and farmer’s markets in the summer. Cozy coffeehouses and pubs in the winter. Independently-owned shops and artisanal goods all year long. Steer your Buffalo rental car to Elmwood Village to discover one-of-a-kind finds and some of the city’s most popular bars and restaurants, like Kuni’s sushi, cocktails at Vera and coffee at Spot.
Only a 30-minute drive from the airport in your Thrifty car rental is Niagara Falls. The sight will take your breath away with four to six million cubic feet of rushing water every minute! Compromised of the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls, Niagara Falls offers unmatched, natural scenic beauty. With a variety of tours, Niagara Falls State Park, the nearby Aquarium of Niagara and whitewater rides through Niagara Gorge, Niagara Falls is unlike any water you’ve ever seen.
Lions, tigers and bats, oh my! For more than your average zoo, take your Thrifty car rental to the Buffalo Zoo and discover the M&T Bank Rainforest Falls, an enclosed year-round exhibit where you can cozy up to vampire bats, anacondas, piranhas and more!
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Graycliff
High on a cliff with sweeping views of Lake Erie, the Graycliff Estate was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built between 1926 and 1931. A complex of three buildings — the small Heat Hut, the 31,000 square foot Foster House, and the 58,000 square foot Isabelle R. Martin House — the estate is set amidst eight and a half acres of rolling laws and gardens also designed by Wright. Set your Thrifty car rental’s GPS to 6472 Old Kale Shore Road in Derby, NY, and discover this architectural masterpiece.
If you’re looking for the original Buffalo wings, get in your rental car and head to Frank and Teressa’s Anchor Bar. Legend has it, Frank and Teressa created the Buffalo wing in 1964 thanks to left over chicken, hot sauce and a hungry group of kids looking for late-night eats. 50 years later, the Buffalo wing is an American classic.