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Get on a Bus Charter in Salamanca, New York and See What the City has in Store for You

Salamanca is a city of close to 6,000 people. It takes its name after Jose de Salamanca who was a Spanish nobleman and politician who also served as Spain's finance minister in the 1800s. BusRental.com encourages you to hire a bus charter in Salamanca, New York and explore the city and all that it has to offer.

Why a bus charter in Salamanca, New York is the ideal transportation option for your group

A bus charter in Salamanca, New York, can help you shuttle a group of travelers from one attraction to another. You do not have to waste time trying to find a public bus that can do the job and accommodate you all.

Casino. One of the city's biggest draws is the Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel (Salamanca, NY 14779), where you can find more than 2,000 slot machines, more than 30 game tables that includes craps, blackjack and roulette, and new games are introduced periodically. This is also where you can find the Seneca Allegany Events Center, which can accommodate 2,400 people and has state-of-the-art sound system, making it a premiere entertainment venue. You can also find the best dining and shopping options here. Check out the cocktails at the Fire Lounge, or the steaks at the Western Door: A Seneca Steakhouse. Other food offerings here include Thunder Mountain Buffet, the Seneca Café, Bear Claw Café and the Seneca Café Express.

There are other things that you can do here aside from gambling and eating. You can have a relaxing time at their spa, get a full on pampering at the salon, or dip into the refreshing pool. You can also relax in the whirlpool or have a great workout at their gym.

Another option for gaming and entertainment in the city is the Seneca Gaming & Entertainment, where you can play a great bingo game with huge payouts or try your luck at one of the more than 300 slot machines.

Outdoors. Once you shake off the glitter from the casinos, you can get back to nature at the Allegany State Park where you get 65,000 acres of forest lands, meadows, hills, wildlife and lakes. There are two developed areas here, Quaker and Red House. Both of these areas have beaches to swim in, picnic area, hiking and nature trails, as well as museums, bird watching, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, and canoeing.

You can also go snowmobiling or skiing here. Or you can see the exhibits at the Red House Administration Building or the park museum located in the Quaker section of the park.

The park also holds yearly events that you could enjoy such as dog sled racing, bike racing and the Ski-A-Thon.

If you are itching to play golf, check out the greens at Elkdale Country Club.

Arts and culture. Learn more about the Senecas Nation of Indians, the Keepers of the Western Door. Their culture is kept very alive and is seen in various events, music and the arts here in the city. Check out the artists of the Native Roots Artist Guild.

Also check out the museums here, including:

  • Salamanca Rail Museum, which is located in a restored railway depot. The museum has photographs, artifacts and multimedia presentations that tell the story of the railways.
  • Salamanca Historical Society Museum, where you could find local history displays, artifacts, memorabilia and books as well as other displays.
  • Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, where you could learn more about the art and culture of the Haudenosaunee people.

Shopping and dining. While in the city, check out the antique shops at the Salamanca Mall Antiques where you can find bargains on great vintage pieces. If you get hungry, check out the Myers Steakhouse & Inn, Plaza Restaurant, Wildwood Grill, Vittlesticks, Seven Dragon and Bear Mountain Resort.

Check out all of these places on a bus charter in Salamanca. Contact us online or call 1-866-569-2012.

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