Niagara Falls Travel GuideAbout Niagara Falls, Ontario
The Canadian side of Niagara Falls offers majestic views of the famous waterworks, and provides guests with plenty of entertainment both near the Falls and in the city.When to Visit Niagara Falls, Ontario
With events such as the Festival of Lights, the Icewine Festival, and the Harvest Season taking place throughout the year, Niagara Falls, Ontario, is becoming a year-round vacation destination. The most popular time to visit is during summer, when the weather is warm and schools are on break. Although the weather can be chilly and fewer people visit, winter is a popular time to visit for savings and events. Spring and fall combine pleasant weather and lighter crowds, making them ideal times to see the falls.
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