If you want to leave the city for some summer fun you don’t need a car to do so. Red Arrow runs a new daily bus route between Toronto and Niagara meaning you can escape for the day or longer, it’s up to you! Tickets start at just $10 one-way & here’s everything you need to know to plan your trip.

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According to Red Arrow, the “newest bus route between Toronto and Niagara Falls began May 5th! The 2-hour bus ride takes passengers between Toronto’s Union Station and Niagara Falls’ Table Rock Centre for as low as $10 a ride, 7-days a week.”

Trips are available to book now, with next day departures available meaning you can be as spontaneous as you want.

The bus from Toronto leaves each day at 11:00 AM (arrival at 1:00 PM) and at 5:30 PM (arrival at 7:30 PM).

From Niagara, the bus departs at 2:30 PM (arrival at 4:30 PM) and at 8:15 PM (arrival at 10:15 PM).

To book, just select your starting point and ending point, Toronto or Niagara, and the dates of travel.

From there you should see a selection for tickets including $10 trips one-way.

Not driving is the perfect excuse to check out the wineries in Niagara, just sayin!

Be sure to book a trip soon and enjoy stress-free, low-cost travel.

Red Arrow Bus Route Toronto – Niagara 

When: Seven days a week
Where: Toronto (Union Station) and Niagara Falls (Table Rock Centre)