Toronto Is Officially Restarting Weekend GO Trains To Niagara Just In Time For Summer

Time for a getaway!

Toronto Staff Writer

If you're looking to embark on a much-needed getaway without breaking the bank, Metrolinx is bringing back its Niagara GO trains.

GO trains will officially be offering $25 round-trip rides to adults looking to travel from Niagara Falls to Toronto over the weekend with service resuming on June 26.

Tickets for the popular travel route will include GO train fare and the convenient WEGO bus to help you reach all of the region's must-see attractions.

Metrolinx reports that trains will depart from Toronto's Union Station for Niagara every Saturday, Sunday and holiday Monday this summer.

This means that — including return trips — there will be eight trains per day. You can visit the company's website to book tickets for your next trip.

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