Winter may be a time where you want to hole up next to a warm fire and drink hot chocolate, but it’s also the perfect time to go on a weekend getaway. Not only is it cheaper, but there are fewer people and who doesn’t love snow city scenes. So bundle up and pack your bags. Next stop is Kingston, Ontario.
It’s a sure sign of spring when the sap is flowing. I’m talking about maple syrup! The best way to enjoy this lovely Canadian treat is by visiting the ever popular annual Elmira Maple Syrup Festival, held in early April.
Ontario is full of amazing and wonderful things to do. Whether you are visiting or live here full time, there are hundreds of activities for all sorts of travel types. These places are just hours away from Toronto, making them an ideal day trip.
Take a walk on the floral side with this spectacular and enchanting living sculpture exhibit in Gatineau, Quebec for Canada 150.
I knew it would be a crazy idea, but I wanted to celebrate Canada Day in Ottawa this year. Living nearly 8 hours away, it would be a quick trip, but I knew I had to do it. I had to celebrate the 150th year since Confederation of Canada in Ottawa.
Montreal is a perfect place to escape for the weekend. Known for its creative art scene and its European feel, Montreal has lots to offer for anyone who needs a weekend getaway. To get the most from a weekend trip, use this three-day Montreal itinerary.
In Montreal, the largest city in Quebec, the more eccentric, the better. Montreal thrives on its fresh creative scene, and it’s easy to see why people come here from all over the world.
The city sits on an island surrounded by the St. Lawrence and is still an economic centre in Canada.
Toronto never seemed to me like a place to travel to, until I started travelling to other countries. People from all over the world want to know what to do and see within Canada’s biggest (but not capital!) city. I can see the attraction of the city: it’s large, there are lots of things to do, it’s by Lake Ontario, it’s multicultural.