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Something Old and Something New: Ways to Honeymoon in Niagara

skylineblog40.jpegNiagara has long held the top honeymooning position as the Honeymoon Capital of the World. The place has been magical for centuries, and not one ounce of mystery and wonder has disappeared since Niagara has become a vacation destination. However, if you’re worried that a modern-day couple won’t find anything exciting enough for one of the most important vacations of your life, think again.

The region is a wonderland for couples, full of intimate and significant experiences perfect for relationship building. The old attractions remain astounding and beautiful, but there have also been plenty of new developments that keep visitors coming back again and again. If you appreciate the falls but are looking for some new thrills as well, see what Niagara has to offer.

Old: See the Falls up Close

The falls are definitely the main pull for many travelers to the Niagara region, and it’s easy to see why. Thundering with the sound of thousands of gallons of water falling every second, the falls are massive and mysterious in their existence. The mists generated around the falls give couples some wonder-filled intimacy to fuel the romance of the trip.

There are dozens of locations from which to view the falls from a distance, but adventurous couples would do better to book some tickets for an excursion right up close to the falls. The Maid of the Mist has been around forever, it seems, providing patrons the ability to stand right beneath the powerful rushing water of the falls. The experience is eye-opening and awe-inspiring and will certainly get both of your pulses racing.

New: Winery and Brewery Tours

skylineblog41.jpegThe vineyards around Niagara Falls have been around for decades, but they are just now starting to gain international attention for the quality of their wines. The Niagara region is delightfully fertile which allows wine-makers to grow top-notch grapes for delectable drinks. There are dozens of local vineyards to see, and the acres and acres of green grapevines are certainly beautiful to behold.

A more recent addition to the Niagara region is the explosion of world-class microbreweries in the area. Unlike standard canned brews, these breweries craft lagers, ales and other varieties of beer with precision, adding subtle flavors for discerning palates. Specialty brewing is becoming popular in many cities, and Niagara Falls offers some of the best in the Northeast.

Instead of fretting about fitting both beer and wine tasting into your vacation, and worrying about what places are even worth your time, book tickets on a tour that will take you to the region’s best breweries andvineyards. You’ll get behind-the-scenes looks at the most celebrated locations, and you’ll get free transportation

As previously stated, Niagara Falls has fruitful soils perfect for growing just about anything. It’s no surprise, then, that local restaurants are able to source their food locally to get the freshest and most delicious ingredients for their meals. On your tour, you’ll have the opportunity to sample the region’s best beer and wine, but plenty vineyards and breweries encourage sampling food alongside your drinks, as drinking and eating go together just as perfectly as, well, you and your new spouse.

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