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Toronto is Canada’s financial, industrial and cultural center, reaching to the sky with magnificent glass walled buildings. Among the many spectacular attractions are fine museums, restaurants and of course, Sky Dome. Toronto is Canada’s largest English-speaking city, so in addition to seeing its sights, you’ll have a chance to get to know the people.

What can you say about Niagara Falls…It’s the land of make believe come true! Here, rainbows abound as Mother Nature was inspired to create the most dazzling water show on earth.


CN Tower
For those looking for thrills the CN Tower measures up. It is the tallest free standing building in North America. Here guests will find an arcade, motion theatre ride and The Height of Excellence.

Ontario Science Center
The Centre transforms the way in which people see and think about the world around them through engaging interactive exhibitions, science demonstrations and IMAX films.

Casa Loma Mansion
Tucked away in the corner of residential downtown is the very unique Casa Loma, dripping with old world charm and an intriguing story or two.

Hockey Hall of Fame
Experience over 57,000 square feet of interactivity, hands on games, theatres, the Stanley Cup as well as the finest collection of hockey artifacts from around the world.

Rogers Centre (Skydome) Tour
Featuring the world’s first fully retractable roof, Rogers Centre is home to the Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto Argonauts, concerts, soccer matches and motor sports.

Toronto Zoo
With more than 5,000 animals, the Toronto Zoo is Canada’s premier Zoo, known for its interactive education and conservation activities.

Yorkville is an affluent neighborhood known for its distinctive mix of high-end retail, including many art galleries, fashion boutiques and antique stores, and popular bars and cafes.

Toronto Civics Center
Canada’s largest convention centre, located in Toronto’s dynamic downtown core, the Civic Center is where the world meets.

Professional sporting event:
Blue Jays :: Maple Leafs :: Raptors

Enjoy amazing “Broadway” shows


Niagara Falls
A natural phenomenon, Niagara Falls sees over four million cubic feet of water over its crest every minute.

Horse Shoe Falls
The Horseshoe Falls is considered to be the most impressive of the three falls that make up Niagara Falls.

Maid of the Mist Boat Ride
Ride into the Mist! Water rushes all around as you “soak” in the excitement and explore the roar of the Falls.

Clifton Hall
Just a few blocks from the falls is Clifton Hill, the entertainment district featuring terrific restaurants, attractions and rides.

Welland Ship Canal Locks
The Welland Canal is one of the world’s greatest man made wonders and can be best described as simply amazing.

Floral Clock
The floral design is changed semi-annually – The intricate designs on the face of the timepiece are created with up to 16,000 carpet bedding plants.

Old Fort Niagara
Once occupied by the French, the British and finally the United States, its key position at the mouth of the Niagara River on Lake Ontario made it valuable to those who wanted to control the trade routes to the Great Lakes.