Can I Use My Presto Pass in Niagara Falls, Canada?

Can I Use my Presto Pass in Niagara Falls, Canada January 17, 2023 Written by: Christa Barette

Short answer: No. Long answer: You can use your Presto Pass to get from Niagara Falls to Toronto and you can use your presto pass to get from Toronto to Niagara Falls but the buck stops hereā€¦..or rather; starts here. That is to say that:

Once you get to Niagara Falls, Canada your Presto Pass is completely useless until you are catching your bus back to Toronto.

So what transit is available to me in Niagara Falls if my presto pass doesn’t work?

You have two options for transportation in Niagara Falls from the bus terminal:

The WEGO bus (which goes to the waterfall and to the tourist attractions and hotels) or Niagara Regional Transit which takes you to the rest of the City where people live.

The WEGO bus has two stops at the bus terminal. One stop is across the street in front of the abandoned Europa Hotel which is Northbound and the other is on the East side of the bus terminal which is South bound and will take you to the waterfall and the busy tourist area. The WeGo bus only stops at special WEGO stops. Be sure to get a map when you buy your pass.

The WeGo bus drivers do not take cash. You have to purchase your WEGO pass in the bus terminal. There is a 24 hour pass for about $9. You can also buy a 48 hour pass.

The City Transit costs $3 per trip and change is required. The city bus stop is in front of the bus shelter on the South side of the bus terminal building. The bus number 104 will take you to the Clifton Hill area which is close to the Falls. Just ask your bus driver to drop you off at Clifton Hill.

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Best Free WIFI Spots in Niagara Falls, Canada

Where Are the Best Free WIFI Spots in Niagara Falls Canada? January 17, 2023 By: Christa Barette

When you are walking around Niagara Falls Canada, there are some great spots to catch some WIFI!

Free WIFI in Downtown Niagara Falls, Near the Bus Terminal and Train Station

Camp Cataract – 3 minutes walk from the Bus. 4317 Queen St, Niagara Falls (905) 519-2267. This amazing venue right across from City Hall on the Bus terminal end of Queen Street is an amazing spot to hang out. They offer beer, spirits, the best gourmet pizza and WIFI! This venue is an ‘event-only’ venue in the Winter; and in the Summer, they are open on weekends and not always open during the week. Call ahead to make sure they are open, or just walk by if you are coming from the bus station.

Third Space Cafe – 5 minutes walk from the bus. 4345 Queen St, Niagara Falls (289) 296-9557. This community cafe is open 9am- 3pm everyday and closed on Sundays. The hours are short, but they are a venue which offers coffee, sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches and of course, WIFI!

Niagara Falls City Hall – 3 minutes walk from the bus terminal. The quaint, tree-covered picnic tables in the park park at City Hall in Niagara Falls offers free WIFI on weekdays from 8am until 4:30pm. Grand Central – 10 minutes walk from the bus. 4573 Queen St, Niagara Falls (905) 357-9000 This sports bar has great pub food, excellent pizza and of course, free WIFI. Their hours are excellent. They are open every day of the week until at least 11pm and usually are open until 1 or 2am.

Crazy Macaws – 12 minutes walk from the bus. 4681 Queen St, Niagara Falls, ON (416) 931-7974 This motorcycle themed cafe is open until 6pm closed on Monday call ahead as sometimes they close early. In the Summer they are open later and with longer hours. Closed on Mondays.

Mr. Cappuccino – 13-15 mins walk from the bus. (Corner of Queen St. and Victoria Ave) 4632 Victoria Ave, Niagara Falls, Ontario (905)-374-2201 – open until 6pm daily and 8pm on weekends. Call ahead as they occasionally close a bit early . Free Wifi and a variety of coffees, treats, sandwiches and ice cream in the Summer.

In the Tourist Area (Clifton Hill, etc)

Starbucks on the top of Clifton hill – This Starbucks has WIFI. The coffee is not cheap. The cheapest coffee you can buy is a tall coffee for $4.69. Of course, it is worth it. The coffee is great and so is the people watching. The location is central and the hours are reliable in the Summer. In the Winter, they close as early as 3pm some days so be sure to call ahead though Fridays and Saturdays they are usually open until at least 7pm.

Tim Hortons Doughnut shop (half way down Clifton hill) – Situated next to the Ferris wheel on Clifton Hill, they have free WIFI and tables and chairs to sit. Line ups can be long in the Summertime; however, the coffee is reasonably priced and they offer doughnuts, bagels and muffins, etc.

Clifton Hill Free WIFI – In the Clifton Hill area free WIFI is available to guests; however, it is not a consistent and reliable signal.

Fallsview Area Free WIFI – Near the US border at the Rainbow Bridge the Fallsview area has free WIFI near the Hershey’s shop. This WIFI is somewhat slow and not very reliable.

There are many more WIFI spots in Niagara Falls, these are some of the best. If you have any questions or if you want to book a tour with us, please email us at or check out our website at