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Virtually known throughout the world as a vibrant multicultural exciting place to visit and live. It is the capital city of the Province Of Ontario. It is within driving distance of several other major cities such as Ottawa and Montreal. There is much to see and do in this bustling city. It boasts of 11 Historical Museums, is well known to have the worlds longest street, but is most famous for it CN Tower. When here, be sure not to miss a visit to the family orientated Ontario Place. Yearly events such as the Canadian National Exhibition. A unique upcoming event running from July to October is the Toronto Chinese Lantern Festival, second in size to Asia itself. Toronto is a place you surely will want to visit. A the junction of three exquisite rivers you can find the capital city of Canada known as Ottawa. This beautiful city is only 4 hours from Toronto, and even closer to Montreal. There is much to see here but some of the most significant features found here are within the landscaping itself. Places such as Rideau Falls and the world renowned Niagara Falls.
Don't miss out on a visit to the Royal Canadian Mint. You will find it highly interesting and informative. There is always something going on in Ottawa such as the upcoming August Music Festivals, or the Changing Of The Guard, also in August. If planning ahead for a trip to this city then consider visiting during the Canadian Christmas Lights in December. Locate the St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers and you will discover the city of Montreal actually located on an island. This beautiful place belongs to the Province Of Quebec. A short car ride along the city routes will take you to Ottawa or Laval in no time.. This quaint city is renowned for its annual exhibitions of "Who Is the Real Santa Claus" and its unique collection of nativity scenes from around the world. When then, be sure not to miss seeing the Damoiselle, a ongoing event until December 16th,2008. This is an exhibit surrounding the history of Montreal's co-foundress. A annual upcoming event that can be counted on is the Montreal Highlights Festival. Travel to Western Quebec and you will discover the vibrant city of Laval.
Located on the South bank of the St.Lawrence River. Easily reached from Montreal or Quebec city. One of the major highlights of this city is Symposium de peinture et de sculpture de sainte-rose. A celebration of the arts. If planning a trip to this beautiful Canadian city be sure to plan it around the Journees de la culture hosted in September. This is a spectacular art and cultural festival. Don't disappoint yourself by not visiting the thousand islands river park. For a intriguing place to visit, consider Quebec city in the province of Quebec. Located within the capital national region it is known to be one of the oldest cities in North America. It is only a 145 mile trip from Montreal and is in proximity to Ottawa. Its is quickly becoming famous for its annual summer festival, and exciting winter carnival. It is the host of exquisite museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Museum of Civilization. While there be sure to include a visit to Montmorency Falls.
A truly breath taking site. If time permits then pay visit to the Historical Chateau Frontenac. If we head East towards the eastern prairie region of Canada we will Winnipeg, the capital city of Manitoba. Often referred to as the "Gateway To the West". For sight seeing itineraries ,you can easily find Saskatchewan only 330 miles from here. One of the have to see adventures when in Winnipeg is "The Forks". This is at the points of the historic Red and Assinboine rivers. An annual event that everybody should attend at least once is the Festival du Voyageur. This is Canada's largest winter festival. Winnipeg also boasts of having the worlds longest skating rink. A sure crowd pleaser is the upcoming Ukrainian Festival 3 day celebration. When one thinks of Canada one of the first cities to come to mind is Calgary. The home of the famous Calgary Stampede. This city is located in the south end of the Province of Alberta. It wouldn't be unreasonable to plan on visiting neighboring cities such as Edmonton or Banff.