Introducing Western New York
Still trying to find their feet after hemorrhaging industries and population for over a decade, most of the cities in this region live in the shadow of Niagara Falls, a natural wonder that attracts upward of 12 million visitors from around the world per year. Buffalo was once a booming industrial center and the terminus of the Erie Canal, which used to serve as the transportation lifeline connecting the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean; it now boasts an indigenous culinary scene and Bohemian enclaves. Syracuse and Rochester are both home to big universities.
Niagara Falls in One Day: Deluxe Sightseeing Tour of American and Canadian Sides
Don't let the border stop you from experiencing all of Niagara Falls' glory! On this deluxe 6-hour tour, visit top Niagara Falls attractions on both the Ontario side and the New York side. Take a ride on the famous 'Maid of the Mist' boat, view the falls from atop Skylon Tower, feel the falls’ thunder at the Cave of the Winds and much more.
Private Tour: Niagara Falls Sightseeing
Make your visit to Niagara Falls one to remember by booking a private sightseeing tour. On this 5-hour tour, your private driver-guide will chauffeur you to all the main attractions and vantage points on both the American and Canadian sides of Niagara Falls. Customize the tour to your preferences or let your knowledgeable guide lead the way.