Ontario Travel Tips
Canada's second-largest province is bound by the arctic shores of Hudson Bay in the north and tempered by the lush banks of the Great Lakes in the south. Shimmering lakes, dense tracts of forest, sublime beaches, undulating hills peppered with vineyards, hidden canyons and seemingly deserted farmlands all find their own plots in the province.
But they leave enough room for the country's largest city, Toronto, as well as its capital, Ottawa. Add to the mix the spectacular and unforgettable Niagara Falls, and you get an idea of just a smidgeon of the diversity on offer here.
Written by susan k, November 2011
the full day niagara with wine tour was great. as ever with viator u get the best tour available with no hassles just a gt day money well spent. thanks
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2012
Alright, so you’ve touched down and for whatever reason you’ve got just one day to make the most of your time in Toronto .
Don’t fret. The old adage “If you want something done, give it to a
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
People who have never visited Toronto are often unaware that there is actually a chain of small islands in Lake Ontario just offshore from downtown that are called, fittingly, the Toronto Islands. ...
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is definitely an event that is worthy of altering the dates of your Toronto visit, so below are some of the top events and attractions of the ...
Written by Zygmunt, Poland, April 2011
I wanted to thank you again for a fantastic tour of the city Warsaw. Your knowledge of the History of the city, Jewish life, and costumes is amazing. We has a great time.
Also I ...
Written by Jessica F, February 2013
For couples visiting Toronto, the city offers an array of romantic options. Whether you’re looking to enjoy the beauty of nature, indulge in chocolate and massages or take your relationship to new ...
People may poke fun at Canadians’ stereotypically placid demeanors, but the facts speak for themselves. The city of Toronto is one of the safest – if not the safest – metropolitan cities to visit ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, July 2011
“Lunch break” – whether you’re passing through Toronto on a family holiday or dragging yourself to another business meeting, those two words should perk you up in no time. From July 14th to ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, December 2012
Sightseers, partiers, and classy travelers alike will get a kick out of Toronto ‘s
many New Year’s Eve events. No matter how you plan to spend your
evening—a glass of champagne, a view of the ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, November 2011
The HHOF (the Hockey Hall of Fame) in Toronto
is a unique museum located in what was formerly the Bank of Montreal.
It not only contains the largest selection of hockey memorabilia in the ...
The Toronto International Film Festival (or TIFF) began exactly as what its original name, “The Festival of Festivals,” implies – it gathered the most buzz-worthy flicks from around the world and ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, January 2013
Attractions that offer ultra-high views of a city, like the Empire
State Building, continue to draw millions of visitors a year, and Toronto isn’t without fantastic, record-breaking heights of ...
Written by Jessica F, March 2013
Toronto is home to a vibrant bar scene, making it tough to choose a venue for a night out. To help you experience the city’s best brews, cocktails and atmospheres, here are some suggestions. ...
Bright colors, fun music, happy people – not to mention Bumper Boats, Spinners, an Express Train, Antique Carousel, Smash and Dash, AirForce flight, Ferris Wheel, and Dreamer’s Play Village.
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2012
Though you might not think it, the Niagara
water basin is actually an excellent climate to grow wine. This
geological fact was not missed by some of the areas viticulturists and
today, some ...
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