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Niagara Falls Holidays

Located in Ontario and nestled along the Canadian border with the United States, Niagara Falls is more than just a natural wonder. Book your Niagra Fall holidays with us and you'll soon be heading off to see this small town which boasts the attractions of a big city and can always entertain, whether you enjoy, history, sightseeing, or high-end cuisine.

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.

If you want to experience life at a more leisurely pace, venture outside of the city limits and explore Niagara's 5 communities, each with its own distinctive style. Award-winning wineries, tranquil beaches and breath-taking nature are just a few of the treasures waiting for you.

Is it time for you to discover the surprises and spectacles of Niagara Falls? Our Canada Travel Specialists will be delighted to help you plan a trip to this fascinating city as part of any multi-centre holiday adventure. With your own personal advisor, low deposits and holiday payment plans, we can and tailor-make your holiday to suit your exact requirements.

Niagara Falls Holidays with the Canada Travel Specialists
Why Choose Canada Travel Specialists

All staff are Canada Specialists

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Our bespoke holidays are tailor-made to suit your personal requirements

We can book flights, rail journeys, accommodations, cruises & attraction tickets

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Niagara Falls Travel Guide

Things to do in Niagara Falls

1. Niagara Falls

One of the 7 wonders of the world, you simply cannot visit Niagara without checking out the iconic falls. Take a journey onboard the Maid of the Mist – nothing gets you closer to the thundering water. Do it during the day or cruise along at sunset at certain times of the year. For adrenaline junkies, The Niagara Sky Wheel soars 175 feet above Niagara Falls and enjoy spectacular panoramic views as far as the eye can see.

2. Clifton Hill

Known as one of the major tourist spots in Niagara, this fun-filled street has something for all ages. Packed to the brim with eateries, casinos and lively bars and nightclubs, this is the perfect place to visit after a day exploring Niagara Falls. Attractions include dinosaur mini-golf, a go-karting speedway and Ripley’s museum!

3. The Countryside and Vineyards

There are copious numbers of tours available of the lush countryside and vineyards that surround Niagara. Pick up and drop off can be arranged at your hotel so that you can really indulge in the wine tasting, and many offers can also include a delicious lunch or dinner. There is no better way for you to get acquainted with the local produce.

4. Hershey’s Chocolate World

Located just moments away from the falls, Hershey’s Chocolate World is a 4-storey interactive shopping experience. This is your opportunity to bring home a whopping 5lb bar of delicious Hershey’s chocolate or a 1lb Peanut Butter Cups. Make sure you leave some room in your suitcase!

5. Skylon Tower

The most famous restaurant in Niagara Falls, the Skylon Tower gives patrons the opportunity to dine almost 800 feet above the falls in a revolving restaurant for the best views Niagara Falls, the lush wine district and the iconic skylines of New York, Buffalo and Toronto. Take some time to explore the Family Fun Centre and watch 4D movies and take part in interactive games and rides for all ages.

Places to Eat in Niagara Falls

1. Yellow Pear

Yellow Pear is a solar-powered, propane-free food truck which showcases local purveyors and the freshest produce. The menu can change daily so keep your eyes peeled for new specials both on the street and at the markets they frequent. Try their famous Goddess Corn!

2. Piccadilly Restaurant

Feeling a little homesick on your travels? Piccadilly Restaurant will offer you a taste of home all the way across the world. Proudly claiming they make the best fish and chips in Niagara Falls, this family-run restaurant is all about fresh seafood and will cook everything to order. If you want to try something a little different, we recommend the mouth-wateringly good coconut shrimp.

3. Flying Saucer Drive-In

A UFO-shaped restaurant, the Flying Saucer is known for its sci-fi themed interior and its classic cuisine. This family-friendly restaurant is known for having Niagara’s best breakfast and an extensive menu at incredible prices – including some healthy options!

4. Tide and Vine Oyster House

Priding itself on bringing fresh seafood to Niagara, Tide and Vine Oyster House proudly use local and seasonal produce to create a vibrant menu that is sure to impress. We recommend you order the fresh oysters – you can see them being prepared if you sit at the bar which really adds to the experience.

5. Kitchen 76

Located at the Two Sisters Vineyards – an award-winning Niagara winery -  Kitchen 76 is the perfect stop for a taste of Italy in Canada. The high-end menu features only the best produce and changes with the season, and the warm atmosphere will make you feel welcome immediately in its elegant surroundings. Make sure you sample some of the famous wine with your meal.

Top Tips for Visiting Niagara Falls

1. Venture into the USA

If you would like a day trip with a difference, take the Rainbow Bridge to Buffalo and experience all things American. Shop in Target, visit Burlington or have a delicious meal in Olive Garden – the world is your oyster.

2. Sample Ontario Ice Wine

Ice Wine comes from the harvest taken after the first frost, where grapes have been allowed to freeze on the vine. Ontario has become famous for this particular beverage and it is known for its rich, intense flavours. Buy a bottle and leave it to chill before enjoying it with a delicious meal.

3. See the Floral Showhouse

This natural oasis has been delighting visitors for over 70 years with its tropical collection of planets and flowers. With over 8 shows per year, the bloom changes depending on the season, so there is always something new to discover in this floral paradise.

4. Shop ‘til’ you Drop

If you would like to indulge in some retail therapy, take a trip to the Outlets at Niagara-On-The-Lake. This shopping mall contains many designer options at reduced prices, so could be the perfect place to bag yourself a bargain.

5. Pack Walking Shoes

Niagara is a region best explored on foot, so pack some comfortable shoes and explore at your own pace. You’ll especially appreciate them when walking up and downhill near Niagara Falls!