Rochester, New York, USA

Big city culture and small city charm are combined in Rochester, a mid sized city located on the shores of Lake Ontario.

Known as the birthplace of amateur photography, Rochester has been long been called Kodak Town, being the birth place of George Eastman, but fame had been well established before that

Rochester has something for everyone, from family-friendly activities to professional sports teams, museums and galleries, the scenic views of Erie Canal, Genesse River and Lake Ontario and the nearby Finger Lakes region with its wine trails and gorges.

Things to see and do

* Artisan Works
* Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse
* George Eastman House
* Rochester Museum and Science Centre
* Strasenburgh Planetarium
* Seneca Park Zoo
* Seabreeze Amusement Park
* New York Wine and Culinary Centre

General Information

Cruise Season - June to October
Currency - US Dollar (US$)
Time - GMT minus 5 hours
Language - English
Land area - 96 km2
Population - 210,565
Electricity - 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below
International Country Telephone Code - +1

Port location: The port of Rochester is located on Lake Ontario about 14.5kms from downtown Rochester

Transport links
Greater Rochester International Airport is located 9.7km southwest of downtown
Amtrak Railway station had daily scheduled services
Greyhound, Trailways and Megabus services
Taxi and rental cars are available

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