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Where to go Ontario
 
Where to go in Ontario, where to go in Canada and visit the best places in Ontario.
 

Where to go in Ontario, Canada and visit the best places in Ontario. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
As a user of Event1001 you are looking for best ideas and city tips for your daytrip, convention, special events or a business trip in Ontario. Just have a look on this Where to go in Ontario page of Event1001 and maybe you will find new tips when you visit Ontario, Canada.
 
Tip 1: Algonquin Park: the oldest provincial park with protected wilderness of forest and Lakeland provide the perfect environment for outdoor recreation. With beautiful lakes, forests, bogs, rivers, cliffs and beaches.
 
Tip 2: West Queen West: Art, independent galleries, shops and restaurants, a funky area with artists and art collectors, an eclectic neighbourhood.
 
Tip 3: Maid of the Mist: with a boat as close as possible in the Niagara Falls.
 
Tip 4: Native pictographs: Lake Superior Provincial Park with beautiful ravines, lakes and waterfalls. Agawa Rock Pictographs are highly famed with one of the largest collections of Indian rock art in Ontario, they remain one of Superiors most sacred spots.
 
Tip 5: Canoeing: Ontario is well known for canoeing and has a lot of canoe routes, good locations include Killarney and Algonquin Provincial Parks in southern Ontario.
 
Tip 6: Shopping: If you have the time and money you can shop from antiques to luxury. There are large suburban shopping centres. The Eaton Centre, a glass-domed galleria with underground shopping malls with 1.000 retail outlets.
 
Tip 7: CN Tower: If you are a thrill seeker you can hurtle up to the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. Canada's national tower was until recently the worlds tallest freestanding structure. From the public observation deck, 447 m above the ground, you can see Niagara Falls on a clear day.
 
Tip 8: Nightlife: there are a lot of clubs with al lone pianist, through Latin American combos to dance and rock bands and big-name international entertainers. It has an important theatre centre and cabaret/dinner theatres are everywhere.
 
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