Before visiting a world class location such as Niagara Falls, it's prudent to do a small amount of preliminary research. Our on-site concierges can give you a locals perspective of the true must-see locations in Niagara.
Niagara Seasons Blog
When you visit Niagara Falls, there are so many places to see in and around the city–the spectacular falls, parks, gardens, entertainment avenues, shopping destinations and various other attractions.
It’s very important to tell your loved ones just how much they mean to you. Mothers play a very influential role in our lives–they bring us into the world, share their life lessons with us and stand by us through thick and thin.
The Bruce Trail is a massive network of hiking trails that cuts across southern and central Ontario.
There’s so much to see and do in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Discover the amazing attractions in and around the falls with Magnificent Tours. The fully narrated bus tours with an experienced guide will give you insights into the diverse places of interest located here.
Ever thought about escaping to a place that’s green and serene? The Niagara greenbelt is one such treasure trove that surprises you with its natural wonders and authentic experiences.
Feel the love in one of the most romantic places in the world–Niagara Falls. It is hardly surprising that Niagara Falls is known as the honeymoon capital of the world. It’s not just for honeymooners, but couples of all ages.
In mid-February 2015 social media, newspapers and network news channels have been enamoured with pictures of Niagara Falls in it's frozen state--and rightfully so-- as it's a beautiful sight to behold.
It’s time to rejoice because a mini-vacation is around the corner! March Break 2015 brings with it the possibility of lots of fun-filled activities. Have you planned anything yet?
Winter in Niagara Falls is just as vibrant as any other time of the year. There’s always something to do in Niagara Falls in the colder months of the year. A key example of this is the mid-winter break of the Family Day weekend.
Niagara Falls has an established reputation for culinary experimentation and fine alcohol – but to most, the extent of Niagara’s specialization is in winemaking – more specifically, icewine.