Toronto, Niagara Falls and Niagara on the Lake
Toronto is Canada's largest city situated along the northern shore of Lake Ontario. Toronto mirrors New York City and consists of what was once six separate cities - Etobicoke, North York, York, Scarborough, Toronto and the borough of East York. The area was annexed into the City of Toronto in 1998, but the areas are still often referred to by their former names and maintain a unique flavour. The Harbourfront is also a popular area in Toronto, home to entertainment venues and a lakeside walking trail. The views from the celebrated, 533m (1,815 ft) tall CN Tower also beckon.
Niagara Falls is a welcoming little town that stretches along the Niagara River for about two miles. Although the majestic rumble of the falls can be heard from miles away, there is no preparation for the sight itself, a great arc of hissing, frothing water crashing over a 57m cliff amid dense clouds of drifting spray.
Just 30 minutes down the scenic Niagara Parkway, you’ll find Niagara-on-the-Lake, a historic town packed with charming shops, galleries and heritage sites. We recommend you spend your nights in one of its charming historic inns, escaping the busy centre of Niagara Falls itself.
During your stay follow the wine route signs that will take you to a number of small boutique wineries, exquisite estates and superb restaurants. It’s one of the premiere wine regions of the world, boasting more than 40 varieties of grapes and more than 60 wineries. You can also match massive freighters navigate up to the Great Lakes via the Welland Canal.
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