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Train from Niagara Falls Toronto
General schedule information
Deals and discounts for Niagara Falls - Toronto
Lowest fare conditions
Available on VIA’s network.
REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES :
Exchangeable with fees of 50% of the fare or minimum of $20 (per direction). Any difference in the fare will also be charged if you book a more expensive fare. The ticket is non-refundable.
One stop-over is permitted at no extra charge.
SEAT AVAILABILITY :
The number of seats is limited.
The advantages of travelling by train
- Comfort first: Our trains have spacious seats to ensure your trip is as comfortable as possible.
- Free Wi-Fi: Stay connected while you travel thanks to the free Wi-Fi service on all our trains.
- Luggage included: No matter which class you’re travelling in, you can bring one large suitcase at no extra charge!
- More eco-friendly: Taking the train means taking care of the environment by choosing public transportation.
On the train from Niagara Falls - Toronto
What meals are served on board?
There’s no need to bring your own snacks or meals when you take the Niagara Falls-Toronto train. The onboard menu features nutritious gourmet options made with local ingredients.
What services are available on board?
VIA Rail’s onboard services include free wireless internet access, children’s activities, an entertainment system, and more.
What are the features of each class and car?
When taking the train from Niagara Falls-Toronto, you can travel in Economy or Business class. Each class has its own features.
What services are available to individuals with reduced mobility or disabilities?
Because accessibility is one of our top priorities, we offer an environment where everyone can travel autonomously. We also offer special assistance services.
Is there a business lounge?
Our Business class offers exclusive and privileged access to the Business lounge during travel from Niagara Falls-Toronto.
Explore our other destinations in Niagara Falls-Toronto
Enjoy some me-time aboard the train connecting the major cities along the Québec City–Windsor Corridor. It’s a great way to avoid traffic and bad weather and an opportunity to discover new places.