No matter what season, there are many reasons to visit Toronto, Canada’s largest city. Only in Toronto will you find fabulous theater, sophisticated shopping, exciting events and attractions and fine museums. Ideally located on the foot of Lake Ontario, this energetic and cosmopolitan city will amaze you! Truly a city of neighborhoods, from Chinatown to Greektown to Little Italy, Toronto presents an opportunity to experience the world as the cultural mosaic celebrates year-round with an eclectic offering of entertainment and festivals, as well as a smorgasbord of dinning opportunities.
A one and a half hour drive southwest of Toronto is world famous Niagara Falls. The destination draws visitors from around the world. You can view the falls from behind on a “Journey Behind the Falls”, from the water aboard the Maid of the Mist and from the sky from the Skylon Tower or Helicopter.
Niagara Falls is not simply a place to watch thundering water – there are literally dozens of activities and attractions to keep you occupied. If horticulture is of interest, then explore the beautiful gardens, plentiful orchards and natural wonders. For the cultural enthusiast, this region has many theaters, art galleries and artisan studios and nearby is home to the Shaw Festival. Students will enjoy the wacky museums on Lundy’s Lane to Marine Land – plenty of fun awaits them.