Niagara Falls by Train Trips
See one of the world's most impressive waterfalls
Over 567,000 liters of water flow over Niagara Falls every second. That's the same amount used by an average household over 7.5 years. But stats like this don't tell the full story. They don't prepare you for the feeling of sheer awe when you hear the thundering roar and feel the cool spray of this famous natural wonder. It will be one of the most unforgettable moments on your Canadian train vacation.
Traveling by rail is the best way to experience Niagara Falls. The train hugs the shores of Lake Ontario en route to this attraction, treating you to impressive views along the way.
You'll also be pampered on this trip: enjoy top-notch service from the friendly crew and listen to tales of Canadian history that bring the past to life.
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VIA Rail Train
The VIA Rail trains connect Canada from Vancouver to Halifax, with four different train routes. Major city stops include Vancouver, Prince Rupert, Jasper, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec and Halifax. The trains run year round. Depending on the route, they offer daylight or overnight sleeper train experiences.
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