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Niagara Falls Holidays

Ontario, Canada
Niagara Falls Holidays
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The Niagara Falls are a tourist attraction like no other and have the ability to amaze visitors over and over again. If you want to get right into the heart of the Falls, put on a poncho and embark on one of the many water cruises available. Alternatively, take in the view from the sky from a large Ferris wheel or even a revolving restaurant. No matter which way you choose, the exhilaration of watching the thundering water is unforgettable.

Outside of the Falls, the city can be thought of as a ‘Little Las Vegas’. It is home to neon-light streets, countless tourist attractions – waterparks and casinos included - and vibrant nightlife. Similar to Vegas, Niagara is also the perfect destination to enjoy a little luxury. High-end dining is a huge part of life in Niagara Falls, with menus being packed with the highest quality local produce.

 

Niagara-on-the-Lake:

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s many attractions include historic sites - Fort George and the Historical Society Museum, the Shaw Festival with its three theatres, the marina, its heritage business district for shopping, golf courses, parks and beautiful farmland, agricultural markets and their world-famous Niagara wineries. Take a carriage ride through the Old Town, or a jet boat up the Niagara River. Bike between the wineries, sit on a patio, have lunch or dinner on the Niagara Sunset Cruise, a just take some time to walk along the lake. 

A short drive along the scenic Niagara Parkway leads to Queenston Heights and Niagara Falls. Check out the Butterfly Conservatory at the Niagara Parks Commission site. Dine in the many varied restaurants, and, if even for a little while, journey back in time to a more leisurely time - the age of Niagara-on-the-Lake!

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  1. Visit The Niagara Falls

    The reason most people stop by Niagara Falls is its namesake waterfalls. So the only thing left to decide is what angle you want to admire them from. Book yourself onto the Hornblower boat tour (operates April to October) to get up close and personal or climb to the stop of the Skylon Tower for a birds eye view.

  2. Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens & Butterfly Conservatory

    10 miles north of Niagara Falls is this beautiful zoo exclusive to colourful and fluttery creatures. It clocks in at 99 acres and is home to 2,000 butterflies and 60 different species. If you want one of the butterflies to land you on, wear bright colours and some perfume!

  3. Clifton Hill SkyWheel

    Take in the views of the Niagara Falls from a towering Ferris wheel. From here you will be able to admire all three waterfalls and the gondolas are climate controlled so they’re perfect and warm all year round

  4. Aquarium of Niagara

    Home to 128 individual species of mammals, fish, birds and reptiles, here you and the family can play with seals and penguins in unique hands-on experiences

  5. Wine tour

    Niagara Falls is also home to a world of first-class wineries. Wine enthusiasts flock here every year to embark on tours around the various vineyards. If you like a glass of wine, booking yourself onto one of the many wine tours should be at the top of your list.

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Helpful Information
Currency : Canadian Dollar ($)
Flying time from the UK: 7 hours
Primary Language: English
Passport & Visas: Brits must have a full 10-year British Passport that's valid for six months after you return to the UK.
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Our Expert Says

Seeing the falls itself was mindblowing. The large scale of it really took me away plus the city itself is definitely a must see. Full of lots of things to do and with a great variety of dining options.

Craig - Canada Expert