Travel Route: Roadtrip NYC - Niagara Falls - Toronto- NYC 2/3 weeks
Start this itinerary in the marvelous and wonderful New York City! New York is just the most incredible place on earth so you can easily spend a week without being bored. Sightseeing, culture, shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment, New York City has the best of all.
However, you want some time to spend on the road to Canada so stay around 5 days in NYC before you hit the road. When traveling to Niagara Falls the best and coolest way would be to rent a car. You can get good deals at the airport, but book in advance on the internet. Of course you can also go by bus, but with a car you can stop whenever you want and you’ll have a lot more freedom to move around. At Niagara stay on the Canadian side as the American side has been built completely full with apartments. A good way to experience Niagara is to stay in …. And drive to Niagara from there.
You could spend around half a day at the falls, but if you like to spend more time you could add a day or so.
After Niagara Falls continue to Toronto. You need like 3 days there to check all the sights and the cities wonderful nightlife.
From Toronto start your journey back to New York City. You can go back along the same route you came by, but if you have time, take the route through the enormous Adirondacks National Parkin upstate New York. There are many lakes and mountains along the way and it’s beautiful drive. It’s very worth it to spend a night at a lakeview cottage or campsite next to a Lake or in the mountains. You’ll see signs for campsites along the way. If you did all the above really quick you could even take a side route to Long Island (east of New York City) to spend a day or 2 on one of its great beaches. A cool beach is Long beach in the south of the island or if you want to go chic stay at the exclusive Hamptons in the very east.
The most efficient thing to do is to drop of your car at the airport car rental places and catch your flight right away. Make sure to plan enough time for the route back, taking into account traffic delays.
Definitely a cool and exciting trip combining the excitement of NYC and Toronto and the impressive natural surroundings of the two cities.