Advice for Visitors to Canada
neighbor Quebec, Ontario is one of the largest provinces in the country
and offers visitors an array of possibilities from five-star hotels in
the cosmopolitan city of Toronto to peaceful lake side cottages in the
rural areas. While in Toronto, check out tourist attractions such as the
CN Tower which was recently nominated as one of the seven wonders of the
modern world and boasts more than 2 million visitors a year! Take a stroll
along the Waterfront and visit Ontario Place which offers exciting rides
for the young and old. Visit the Toronto Zoo, home to more than 5000 animals.
Southern Ontario (Canada’s fruit belt) makes many of the finest
wines in the country. Take a wine tasting tour through one of the numerous
vineyards in the Niagara region. While in the area, don’t forget
to check out spectacular Niagara Falls, one of the world’s most
requested honeymoon spots.
Capital City, is also a lovely city to visit. In the winter, bring your
skates and have fun skating down the Rideau Canal, the longest outdoor
skating rink in the country. You can also visit the Parliament buildings
and some of the best museums in the country including the National Museum
of Science and Technology and the Museum of Civilization (located in nearby
See the official website of the province of Ontario.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island