Niagara Falls is, confusingly, the name for each of the two resort cities on the US-Canada border around Niagara Falls, the waterfall. Niagara Falls, New York, and Niagara Falls, Ontario, welcome about 30 million visitors between them each year, but this natural wonder is best seen from the Canadian side. View the Falls several different ways in one trip – on foot, from a boat on the rapids, in an antique cable car, or up a tower with a drink in your hand. Then embrace the gaudy kitsch of Clifton Hill and the casinos before eating your way around farm-to-table restaurants that showcase some excellent Ontario produce and wine.
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