Niagara


This town is set on the Niagara peninsula where the Niagara River meets the Lake Ontario. This is the only place that has a Lord Mayor. This town was the first capital of the province of upper Canada from years to 1792 to 1797. The quaint colonial style buildings, Shaw festival, Fort George and wineries are the attractions of this place.

Fort George National Historic Site, Shaw Festival, Lake Ontario, Niagara Apothecary, B’rocks Monument, Laura Secord Homestead, Mc Farland House, Walker’s Country Market, Niagara Historical Society, Old Fort Niagara, St Catharines Museum, Welland Canal Etc.

How to get there

1. Billy Bishop Toronto City Centre Airport Toronto is at a distance of 123km from the city.

2. Lester B Pearson International Airport Toronto is at a distance of 122km from the city.

3. John C Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton is at a distance of 80km from the city.

How to travel to Niagara on the Lake, Ontario

The Niagara on the Lake taxi service will provide you with the best way to get from any of the airports to the little town. If you so desire you can book a service in advance so as to comply with your travel plans. You can pick from any of the taxis provided and can be assured of a comfortable ride. Unaccompanied minors can also find a safe ride with the Niagara on the Lake limousine service.

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