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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Ontario Province

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Ontario Province with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Ontario Province area

This Ontario Province map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Ontario Province and surroundings

Canada - moving around the country

Canada is characterized by a fairly well-developed transport infrastructure, so tourists will be able to travel throughout the country using various modes of transportation. The most convenient way to make long distance trips within the country is by airplanes. Despite the fact that air tickets are expensive, tourists who want to travel quickly and with maximum comfort still prefer flying. Water transportation on the other hand is also very popular in the country. Tourists often choose ferries and cruise ships that ply along coastal waters, rivers and lakes. Depending on the vehicle class, degree of service and whether or not some additional services has been ordered, the cost of travel also varies. In major cities there are metros, as well as trolleybuses and trams. … Open

Overview of festivals and celebrations in Canada

Preparation for the celebration of Christmas begins on Christmas Eve. Children are put to bed earlier this night, so that Santa Claus can bring them gifts. At this time, the whole family, relatives and friends gather at the festive table. On December 25, festive services are held in churches. Canadians have fun all day, rejoice and congratulate each other, exchange gifts, including with strangers. On New Year's Eve in many cities usually, there are festive concerts. During mass festivities, it is forbidden to drink alcohol. Easter is another symbolic religious holiday. On this day Canadians give each other Easter baskets with painted eggs and sweets in the form of Easter hares. A lot of sweets go to children especially. … Open

Photogallery of Ontario Province sights

Our guide to Ontario Province

Traditions and mentality of Ontario Province

Travelers who are fond of Shakespeare’s works are recommended to visit Stratford. It hosts the famous Theatre Festival that usually starts in April and continues until November. A lot of interesting events take place in Toronto, including Luminato Festival. During 10 days, all the main streets and outstanding landmarks of the city stand decorated with exquisite lighting. The beautiful festival covers different … Open

Travel guide to Ontario Province

Those who want to experience more thrill should visit Hamilton. Several years ago, the unusual safari park was opened here. It occupies a vast area where many plants grow and different animal species live in the conditions that are close to their natural habitats. Wild animals can freely move here. Tourists can travel around its territory by personal cars or special sightseeing bus. The park is one of the few … Open

Advices for travellers

6. The cultural life of the province deserves special attention, as during the year Ontario hosts more than one hundred major festivals of world scale. Fans of event tourism can go for a trip at any time, as they have a major chance to be guests at the next interesting festival. 7. Locals like picnics; latter are arranged at almost all city parks. Often there is a special area for a picnic in the park, but … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

Hamilton is ready to offer its guests a decent selection of dining places. Budget travelers should definitely look into the restaurant J Anthony Grille & Catering. It specializes in international cuisine; for just $15-20 guests can enjoy delicious Italian, French and even Caribbean dishes. Popular Spanish appetizers, tapas, are also served there. The restaurant has very welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. Ottawa … Open

Attractions and active leisure

One of the most unusual natural sites is located on Sibley Peninsula; we are talking about Sleeping Giant. It is the unique natural formation resembling a giant sleeping on his back; there is extensive parkland of the same name on it. Travelers visiting Sault Ste Marie are recommended to have a ride at Algoma Central Railway. Its route passes through scenic natural places, as well as along the longest suspension … Open

Cultural excursion through Ontario Province - things to see

The second largest city of the province is Hamilton; the military museum is among its numerous tourist facilities. Its collection is very extensive and the age of some items is more than two hundred years. Art connoisseurs would be more interested in the local art gallery representing about 7,500 unique paintings and ancient sculptures. One of the most beautiful cities of the province is Kingston. A huge number … Open - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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