Trek and Great American Adventures run an exciting range of low-cost, active, small group Canada tours. GAA: Canadian Rockies (multi-activity); Alaska, Yukon, Arctic Circle; Canada Walking Trek: Discounts; East Canada Tours (multi-activity); Canada Road Trip (Atlantic to Pacific Oceans)
Toronto's Financial District, Ontario, Canada
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Tourists in search of a lively and sophisticated urban experience could do a lot worse than a few nights in Toronto, Canada's biggest city and champion at eating, drinking and making merry.
The city is well set up for walking with pedestrian areas and routes known as Discovery Walks, an excellent variety of activities, attractions, shops and little cafés to hold the visitor's attention...more.
Canoeing in protected areas of Toronto Harbour, Lake Ontario, with the city in the background
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.
Toronto's main tourist focus is downtown. Some attractions are the Harbourfront Centre that buzzes with markets, galleries and boat trips; the CN Tower for sensational views; the Royal Ontario Museum (World Culture and Natural History),...
Ontario College of Art and Design.
...Ontario Science Centre, Casa Loma and several other interesting museums and the Toronto Islands via a short ferry ride - with walks, restaurants and amusements.
The annual Chinese Lantern Festival in Toronto.
A winter skate rink in Toronto's main public place, Nathan Philips Square
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HTO urban beach, near Harbourfront Centre, Lake Ontario, Toronto. Swimming is permitted.
There are various beaches both on the city shore - such as the Beaches district - and on the south shore of the Toronto Islands in Lake Ontario via a short ferry ride.
Wasaga Beach, two hours drive from Toronto. Next, Ottawa Pictures.
An hour/90 minute drive will get you to Niagara Falls, quaint little Niagara-on-the-Lake (for a blast-from-the-past atmosphere, fine wines and cute shops) or to the USA via the Peace Bridge.