Making the most of your visit to Niagara Falls, CA
There are many ways to have fun in one place. Niagara Falls stands out to be one of the most beautiful places in nature and fun! Usually people confuse that maximum enjoyment involves spending lots of cash, but I’ve learned overtime that it’s not necessarily to use all your money to make the most of your visit.
If you are planning to visit the beautiful town of Niagara Falls here are some tips you need to do when visiting Niagara Falls in Canada:
1. Take your camera to Niagara Falls
The photos taken at this beautiful place will mark your travel album. There are several online competitions of the best photos taken of the Niagara Falls, it can be a landscape shot or a family picture behind the falls tour (this tour costs 18 dlls). I visited in the winter time where they were about to freeze, unfortunately global warming causes the temperature not drop down as usually happens so they didn’t freeze this year, but the pictures I took below are spectacular. Also at night they are lighted with different colors. Spring is full of pretty flowers and in fall with canadian leaves.
2. Visit Clifton Hill
Niagara Falls is home to Clifton Hill’s World Famous Street of Fun by the Falls. It is an area full of restaurants, bars, theaters, games and all kinds of entertainment. You should visit at least once at night, lights iluminate every place around Clifton Hill’s World!
3. Visit Fallsview Casino
The most famous casino in Niagara Falls and many concerts of artists you probably know its the Fallsview Casino.
4. Visit Niagara on The Lake
Niagara on The Lake is said to be one of the most beautiful cities across Ontario, is less than half an hour from Niagara Falls, along with its upscale restaurants and elegant architecture, it is the heart of Ontario’s wine region. Each season offers different landscapes and can be seen the different beauty of each one.
Did you know? Niagara Falls are candidates for one of the 7 natural wonders of the world? You can vote for them online to be elected!