Niagara Falls Travel Blog

Experience the #1 Italian Restaurant in Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is home to exceptional dining experiences for a multitude of cuisines, and that includes Italian.  If you are in the tourist district and looking for an elegant Italian meal, look no further than Massimo’s Italian Fallsview Restaurant. Located at the Sheraton on the Falls hotel, the spectacular Restaurant is Rated #1 Italian Restaurant […]


Metrolinx Announces GO Train Service To Resume

Travelling between Toronto and Niagara Falls for a weekend getaway is about to get easier.  Metrolinx has announced that weekend train service from Toronto to Niagara Falls will resume August 1, 2020. With four trips available on Saturday, Sundays and holiday Mondays, visitors will have a convenient method of travel while the numerous trips allow […]


Get Ready To Explore – Niagara Parks Releases Reopening Plan

Niagara Falls is reopening and is ready to welcome visitors once again!  On Tuesday, Niagara Parks released a schedule of phased reopenings for their popular attractions, restaurants, and retail venues which will begin on June 19th.  The announcement came after the province directed that the Niagara Region could move into Phase 2. These exciting openings […]


Victoria Day in Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls has always been a popular destination for long weekend revelers. While we face unprecedented times, visitors will find several storefronts open for business with modified hours and with social distancing processes in place.  Storefronts will be open from Noon-7:00pm daily, on Saturday May 16-Monday May 18, 2020. Niagara Brewing Company – situated at […]


Canadian Forces Snowbirds Flyover Niagara Falls

The renowned Canadian Forces Snowbirds honoured Niagara Residents on Sunday with a flyover.  The iconic Air Demonstration Squadron is conducting a cross Canada Tour named “Operation Inspiration”.  A salute to all Canadians as we face COVID-19 together. The team started their mission on May 2 in Eastern Canada and is heading west to British Columbia.  […]