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馃煛 The Pluto Studio || 5 Min to Clifton Hill
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馃煛 The Pluto Studio || 5 Min to Clifton HillA unique boho-style studio located right by the tourist area of Niagara Falls! This space is situated a 9-minute walk from Clifton Hill (main tourist area); a 12-minute walk to Casino Niagara; a 16-minute walk to Niagara Downtown; a 13-minute walk to Niagara Falls GO Bus; and a 30-minute walk down to the Niagara Falls Viewpoint. *Please note that we've recently made some color updates to this studio, new photos will be up in early December.
Elegance
Entire rental unit 路 2 guests 路 2 beds 路 1 bath
EleganceEnjoy a stylish experience at this centrally located place. Just renovated studio basement perfect for a couple or single person. Just a 6 minute drive to the Falls and Clifton Hill attractions. 25 min walking to the Falls and Casino.
Luxury Stay on the River, 2 bedroom plus hot tub
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Entire residential home 路 4 guests 路 2 beds 路 1 bath
Luxury Stay on the River, 2 bedroom plus hot tubLuxurious stay in this 2 bedroom house on the River with a hot tub. Near the spectacular Niagara River, minutes away from the Falls, trails, beautiful views, and US/Canada border. Minutes from Clifton Hill, Casino, wineries, trails, and attractions. Enjoy your private covered jacuzzi. Snuggle by the fireplace or watch a movie in the family room. Clean and comfortable 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom with a rainfall showerhead and body jets. Smart TVs, a fully equipped kitchen.

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馃嚚馃嚘 One bedroom Airbnb 鈥⑩⑩煣戔嶐煠濃嶐煣 Walk to the Falls
$78 per night
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DREAM room close to the FALLS!
$24 per night
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The Urban Farm House 15 min walk to falls Sleeps 5
$54 per night
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Digs on Derby
$63 per night
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Movie Night Room- Short walk to Falls
$29 per night
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Honeymoon suite, gourmet breakfast
$52 per night
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2 Bedroom Luxury Suite on the River, Niagara Falls
$117 per night
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Steps from Niagara River in the tourist district
$64 per night
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Flew the Coop - Tiny House
$145 per night
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Private River Suite apt, Fast Wifi, Walk to Falls
$93 per night
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Private Loft Falls apt, Fast Wifi, Walk to Falls
$94 per night
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Trendy Custom Home with POOL and HOT TUB
$338 per night

Your guide to Niagara Falls

Welcome to Niagara Falls

Count them among North America鈥檚 top wonders: Niagara Falls鈥 trio of thundering cascades show off the sheer force of nature with dramatic flourish and, of course, plenty of rainbows. Unsurprisingly, it鈥檚 this misty spectacle that draws the vast majority of sightseers to this busy little city 鈥 also known as Niagara Falls 鈥 on the western banks of the Niagara River. Here you鈥檒l find three separate waterfalls: Horseshoe Falls, the largest and most famous, on the Canadian side of the border, and the smaller but equally spectacular American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls on the United States side.

Put on a waterproof poncho for a close-up cruise, climb through a tunnel behind the falls, or see them tumble as you gaze from the deck of the observation tower. Beyond the falls, the city鈥檚 oddball museums and kitschy attractions bring out crowds, especially in the Clifton Hill area. But it only takes veering off into one of the historic neighborhoods or heading out for a scenic drive into Niagara Gorge to get a truer sense of the region鈥檚 local character.


How do I get around Niagara Falls?

The Niagara River marks Canada鈥檚 national border with the United States. The International Rainbow Bridge connects Niagara Falls, Ontario, with the smaller city of Niagara Falls, New York. It takes about an hour and a half by car to reach the area from Toronto, the largest city in Ontario. If you鈥檙e flying, Toronto is home to the nation鈥檚 largest and busiest airport: Toronto Pearson International (YYZ), but the closest major airport is Buffalo Niagara International (BUF), about a 30-minute drive across the border in Buffalo, New York.

Once you鈥檙e here in Niagara Falls, you鈥檒l find two public bus systems serving the Canadian city and surrounding areas in the province: WEGO primarily caters to visitors and Niagara Falls Transit offers more comprehensive local service. It鈥檚 easy to explore Niagara Falls鈥檚 most popular sites on foot. For trips farther afield, it鈥檚 convenient to have a car, especially if you want to head out for hikes in Niagara Gorge or tasting tours through wine country, though many private outfitters offer chauffeured day trips.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Niagara Falls?

Summer is Niagara Falls鈥 peak season, with July and August bringing the warmest, sunniest weather as well as the most visitors to river cruises and observation sites. All the major attractions typically remain open into early fall, making September and October ideal times to explore with cooler temperatures and a more laid-back vibe at the region鈥檚 hot spots. Fall has two big perks: You鈥檒l see bright colors arrive in the forests. It鈥檚 also harvest season at the Niagara Peninsula鈥檚 wineries 鈥 perfect for a tasting tour.

Many destinations and local businesses close or operate limited hours in winter, when the area often gets icy with below-freezing temperatures. Even so, the holidays in December and January show an equally romantic side to the falls, when the white mist of the rapids seems to fade into the surrounding snowy landscapes.


What are the top things to do in Niagara Falls?

Niagara Parkway

Take a spin along a designated scenic highway that traces the banks of the Niagara River. Along this 34-mile (55-kilometer) route, day-trippers get views of the churning rapids, Horseshoe Falls, and popular attractions such as a butterfly conservatory and botanical gardens. The road slices through the city鈥檚 central tourist district, passing manicured parks filled with flowers in the spring and summer, with plenty of grassy spots to pause for a waterside picnic.

Niagara Peninsula wineries

Wine may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Ontario, but the Niagara Peninsula claims the largest and most diverse grape-growing region in Canada. Around 100 wineries dot the landscape, where vintners specialize in cool-climate varietals including Chardonnay, Merlot, Riesling, and Pinot Gris. Map out a tasting tour to sip and swirl through this relatively young vino destination, where small-lot and boutique producers increasingly earn international recognition.

Niagara Glen

Set out on a day trip to explore this network of hiking trails carved into the rocky walls of Niagara Gorge. The popular River Trail gives you views of the fierce rapids and the swirling waters of the Niagara Whirlpool. Make sure you follow the signs warning you not to venture off the trails, as the rushing waters pose grave danger to even the strongest swimmers. This natural reserve also ranks as a top spot in the region for bouldering.