Wineries of Niagara
With many other natural features such as the Niagara Escarpment, miles of parks and beaches, not to mention Niagara Falls itself, it is not surprising that the Niagara region is host to more than 18 million visitors a year. Tourism is a booming industry in this region. From the historic landmarks and quaint shopping opportunities of Niagara-on-the-Lake, to the modern and lavish atmosphere of Canadian Casino Niagara, you can find an ample supply of things to see and do in Niagara. The region has an abundance of walking trails, cycling and driving routes, such as the Niagara Parkway that follows the Niagara River, to the Niagara Wine Route. The Niagara Wine Route connects at least 22 wineries, through some of the prettiest countryside in Ontario. Niagara is home to many five star accommodations varying from all-suite "convention centre equipped" hotels to charming and memorable Niagara Falls Bed and Breakfasts.
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada has a mystique unequalled anywhere. One word can be used to describe why thousands of honeymooners and second-honeymooners come to Niagara Falls each year - Romance. Secluded picnic areas, dense trees, fragrant flowers and the sound of broods and waterfalls set the scene by day; intimate little restaurants, candlelight and wine by night. Then retreat to to a cozy Niagara Falls Bed and Breakfast, Niagara Falls Hotels, Lodging or other Falls accommodations and don't forget the Casinos of Niagara, Canada. overlooking the Niagara Falls.
The Niagara Escarpment begins in Watertown New York, USA and ends on the Manitoulin Island in the Province of Ontario, Canada. It is 1,609 kilometers in length and is the weathered edge of a very ancient sea bottom. Throughout its length from Hamilton, Ontario to Watertown, New York the escarpment ranges from 183 meters (600 feet) above sea level to 189 meters (620 feet) above sea level. The Niagara, Ontario Escarpment is the ultimate reason the Falls of Niagara was born. Without the escarpment, the Falls may never have materialized.
Bala Place Bed and Breakfast in St. Catharines is an excellent home base from which to explore our beautiful Niagara Falls Region. Come with your family, or for a romantic getaway. Plan a girls’ weekend and go on a shopping spree (Pounds Sterling and Euros go almost twice as far in Canada!). Take in the beauty of all St. Catharines, Niagara has to offer! Whether you are looking for family fun in Niagara Falls, romantic getaways, golf and recreation, gardens and green spaces, arts and culture, history and heritage, waterfronts and waterways, wine and cuisine or rural routes - there is something for everyone year-round, and Bala Place Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by over 40 wineries!
St. Catharines is the entertainment capital of Niagara! From professional and amateur theatre, fine art and contemporary art galleries, Canadian performing artists, Jazz, Motown, contemporary rock bands to major festivals and events year round. Come join us at Bala Place Bed and Breakfast for such popular events like the Niagara Grape and Wine festival which produces such events such as New Vintage Niagara, the Niagara Wine Festival and the Ice Wine Festival, Canada Day celebrations in historic downtown and in Port Dalhousie or cultural festivals like May’s Niagara Folk Arts Festival, August’s Music on the Henley, hundred years of rowing tradition on Martindale pond with the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta, and free summer concerts in Montebello Park and Lakeside Park in Port Dalhousie. All of these attractions our within walking distance from Bala Place Bed and Breakfast.
Since Niagara Falls loves "LOVERS", every honeymoon couple receives an official honeymoon certificate signed by the Mayor of Niagara Falls - a treasure for years to come. Along with the certificate the bride receives a free pass to many of the Niagara Falls local attractions. The official certificates are available from:
Niagara Falls, Canada Visitor & Convention Bureau
5433 Victoria Avenue
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.