Other Ontario Areas

Niagara and Prince Edward
For those who wish to expand their explorations beyond Ontario’s urban centres, the Niagara Region has plenty to offer.  Niagara Falls is celebrated for its performing arts production, colonial architecture and vineyards.  The waterfall itself is spectacular enough to warrant a road trip.

The Niagara Peninsula is the most renowned and developed wine region in Canada.  Its wineries are nestled in the rolling countryside between Grimsby and Niagara-on-the-lake and protected by the ridges on the Niagara Escarpment. 


Getaways in and around Toronto
From the World Wonder of the Falls and the sophisticated ambiance of Niagara Wine Country to world class theatre and shopping villages in Niagara on the Lake and Stratford, there is much to explore near Toronto.  If challenge is more your game hit the links with Championship Courses only 30 minutes away or travel further to Collingwood’s Golf Blue or Ontario’s signature courses in Muskoka. Stay and play awhile.
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Signature Feastivals and Events
We’ve compiled a menu of delectable options that celebrate Ontario’s spectacular wine country.  Experience tours and tastings; jazz and blues in the vineyard and unique culinary extravaganzas. Be captivated by festivals that range from sophisticated chamber music in stunning outdoor settings to inspired exhibits that capture the essence of Ontario!
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Niagara and Wine Country
For the perfect escape less than 2 hours away from Toronto, head to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Take in the picture-perfect vineyards and orchards, and taste for yourself why Niagara is home to so many award-winning wines. Be welcomed by over 50 distinct local wineries for tastings, tours and events. Stroll heritage streets. Indulge in fine dining and a little retail therapy.  Catch a show or two at the Shaw Festival, a showcase for plays by the acclaimed George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries, that should be at the top of any serious culture buff’s list  ...Learn More
The City that Takes Center Stage, and Your Breath Away
It’s one of the prettiest cities in Canada – and it’s less than 2 hours from Toronto. Don’t let its small size fool you. Stratford is home to the largest classical repertory theatre in North America, captivating heritage buildings, great boutique shopping, and stunning accommodation. Seasonal highlights include:  breath-taking garden tours and first-rate restaurants featuring regional specialties.
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Ontario Golf – Challenge Yourself with a Championship Round
If golf is your game, choose from Ontario’s top 5 Golf Destinations.  Try the distinctive links carved out of granite Canadian shield in Muskoka’s stunning resort country. Play a game of golf at the Taboo Resort on the home course of 2003 Masters Champion, Mike Weir.  Or try Muskoka Bay, named by Golf Digest, “Canada’s Best New Course” in 2007.  You can’t miss Blue Mountain in Collingwood, only 2 hours north of Toronto on Georgian Bay. This Intrawest resort offers adventures any time of the year from skiing in the winter, to scenic cave tours, biking trails and beach activities in warmer seasons.  Bunk overnight at one of many charming hotels in The Village, dine in elegance and relieve your shopping itch at the many unique boutiques you’ll find along the way. ...Learn More
Rejuvenate with a Spa Treatment
Ontario boasts many quality-assured spa experiences, from urban havens of well-being to rural retreats with restorative ambiance.  Take a day or two to recharge!  Try Ste. Anne’s, Canada’s Best Spa (SpaFinder Magazine), located an hour away in the Northumberland Hills – easily reachable with VIAs “Spa Train”.  Continue on to Brookstreet in Ottawa, where you can explore Canada’s Capital from this luxurious urban resort and sample 5-star cuisine at the renowned Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa - Signatures Restaurant.
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