Choose Your Own Trans­porta­tion

Where Toronto - - Niagara Y - —Linda Luong

Get­ting to Ni­a­gara takes about an hour and a half by car. But if you don’t have a ve­hi­cle, the re­gion is still ac­ces­si­ble. Let the folks at Gray Line (page 30), for ex­am­ple, do the driv­ing. The com­pany of­fers sev­eral ex­cur­sions, in­clud­ing a full-day tour that in­cludes a buf­fet lunch, ad­mis­sion to Horn­blower Ni­a­gara Cruises, and free time at the falls and Ni­a­gara-on-the-Lake. Or catch a train from Union Sta­tion: Via Rail (page 69) has daily de­par­tures, ideal for day trips to the area. If you do want to drive, the Ni­a­gara Wine Route (winecoun­try­on­ helps plot a trip based on your pre­ferred winer­ies. Signs along the high­way bear­ing a bunch of grapes will also guide you to your des­ti­na­tion.

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