Omaha is the largest city in the state of Nebraska, which is in the United States of America. It is on the Missouri River border with Iowa, along US Interstates 29 and 80.
Omaha is a unique city, as it has the highest number of millionaires per capita in the nation. Conversely, it also has one of the highest rates of African Americans living under the poverty line. It is still quite racially divided, with the affluent west side and Midtown being predominantly white, the south side Latino, and the northeast side African American. Residents are universally friendly and polite, and Omaha has a well-deserved reputation for hospitality. Omaha Convention & Visitors Bureau, . Official resource for events, attractions, hotels, restaurants, transportation, meetings and conventions and the film office. The Omaha Visitor Center is located in Downtown Omaha near the Old Market, at the southwest corner of 10th and Farnam Streets. The address is 1001 Farnam Street. Phone: 402-444-7762. Find information on all events, attractions, etc. and pick up a copy of the Omaha Visitors Guide.