Is Niagara Falls your next holiday destination? Are you scared and worried that you might not have all the information and things that you need for the trip? Do you need help to organize and sort things out before the big day comes?
Planning a vacation can be stressful for some people. Imagine not knowing if you have got the right kind and amount of clothes packed. What if you can not find your way from the airport to your hotel? This guide will hopefully get rid of the panic attacks, and replace them with excitement and anticipation for a holiday at this natural world wonder.
Three Canadian airports and one United States airport provide easy access to the Niagara Falls. The John C. Munro International Airport in Hamilton, Ontario is the closest to Niagara Falls among the three airports in Canada. The other two Canadian airports are the Pearson International Airport in Toronto, which is a 175-kilometer drive to Niagara Falls, and a small, privately-run airport that only serves private charter flights. The fourth airport, the Buffalo/Niagara International Airport in Buffalo, New York is the nearest among the four, only 45 kilometers from the Rainbow Bridge. Tourists have the option to rent a car or take a shuttle service to Niagara Falls from the airport.
For those traveling by land, they can get to Niagara by train via Amtrak, VIA Rail or GO Train, by Greyhound buses, or by car.
What To Do
There are two sides of the Niagara Falls, the US side and the Canada side. The Niagara State Park in New York offers an awesome view of the falls for people in the US soil, while the Queen Victoria Park promises the same remarkable sight for those in the Canadian half.
Visitors can go up the Skylon Tower and drown themselves with the amazing visual phenomenon unfolding right in front of them. To get to the top, guests need to get on elevators that can traverse the tower’s whole 160 meters in 52 seconds.
Niagara Falls are also surrounded with many shops, restaurants, museums, and historical landmarks that everybody should check out to make their Niagara Falls trip etched in their minds forever.