When you think of Niagara, Canada of course the first thing that comes to your mind is Niagara Falls. While these popular waterfalls are impressive and worth seeing at least once, the region has more to offer once you're done hearing the thunderous water. Niagara car rentals let you leave the primary tourist areas and explore more of what the areas around the city have to offer.
Driving in and around Niagara
Getting from the Niagara Falls International Airport to downtown Niagara takes approximately 20 minutes, with rental cars in Niagara available right at the airport. Niagara lives up to its reputation as the prettiest little town in Canada, and once you've taken in a play at Shaw Festival or headed by Fort George, you should use car rentals in Niagara to explore Canada's southern coastline. As you head outside of the city, you start to encounter the vineyards that make this Canada's wine country. Tasting and tours are available if you want to go straight to the winemakers for fine drinks and restaurants. Continue your journey further outside the city to find Port Colborne. This town makes it home on the shores of Lake Erie and is known for its freshwater fishing quality. The type of fish you find is seasonal, but salmon and trout both pass through this area. The Wainfeet Conservation Area and Bog is a protected wetland area that allows you to experience Ontario's natural wildlife in a place humans don't touch with construction and other disruptions.
There are tons of attractions waiting for you outside your room in any one of the Niagara Falls hotels. When you're ready to take your first steps outside of the falls area, pick up cheap flights to Toronto with the help of Travelocity's Price Guarantee, which will match a lower price and refunds you the difference. Canada's southern coast is waiting for you.