Are you contemplating a jaunt to Niagara Falls in the near future?

Brace yourself for a luxurious journey, courtesy of a brand-new upscale bus service from Toronto to Niagara Falls. Commencing its operation on May 5, 2024, this service offers two daily trips, seven days a week, ensuring flexibility for travelers. But hold onto your hat—this isn't your run-of-the-mill bus ride. Picture yourself reclining in sumptuous leather seats, indulging in complimentary snacks and beverages, all while relishing the exclusivity of single-row seating. And the pièce de résistance? A mere $10 can secure you a one-way ticket with the current promotional rate.


Images: Red Arrow + EBus Safe

Hailing from Alberta and making its grand entrance into Ontario in 2022, Red Arrow has now added daily scheduled service to and from Niagara Falls. Embark from the Union Bus Terminal in Toronto, and in no time, find yourself at the illustrious Table Rock Centre, positioned mere steps from the majestic Falls. Red Arrow prides itself on offering a journey of unparalleled comfort, featuring fewer seats to ensure ample legroom, along with onboard entertainment and Wi-Fi connectivity.

But wait, there's more! In addition to the lavish amenities, passengers are treated to complimentary refreshments and snacks, a generous baggage allowance, and the freedom to select their preferred seats at no additional cost. For those craving an extra touch of sophistication, a modest upgrade grants access to coveted single-row seating, providing an added layer of privacy. And fear not, for each coach is accompanied by an attentive onboard attendant, ready to cater to your every need. Red Arrow's service extends beyond Niagara Falls, with routes also connecting to other Ontario gems such as Kingston and Ottawa.

If you find yourself yearning for a Niagara Falls escapade but seek to sidestep the hassle of driving and parking, look no further. This new bus service promises an experience that transcends the ordinary, ensuring a journey as magnificent as the destination itself.



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