Québec may be larger than Ontario. British Columbia may have more mountains and Alberta may be booming with economic power, but when a traveler is looking for culture, cuisine, and a sophisticated atmosphere, they visit Ontario. There’s no doubt Ontario has grown into a multicultural, thriving and dynamic area.
Throughout the year, Ontario celebrates its diversity with various cultural festivals. Many fans of theatre will enjoy the Stratford’s Shakespeare Festival or the Shaw festival in Niagara. Ontario also celebrates Oktoberfest, which is extremely popular and a huge favorite of Canadians and other visitors and tourists. This is a time and place to drink, eat, dance, and enjoy the fun and other festivities the entire day. For those who are traveling into the city, there are plenty of luxurious and comfortable hotels in Ontario. The Carriage Hill Resort is often the first choice in Ontario lodging. With its nordic tracks and snowboard runs, there’s nothing finer than returning to the beautiful condo style suites to enjoy an evening by the grand fireplaces and private balconies. Indeed, this large city offers a wide variety of arts, entertainment, and dining with no shortage of Ontario hotels to accommodate all its visitors.
For those who aren’t looking to spend time in an overcrowded city or at noisy festivals, rest assured that there are many quiet agricultural towns with historic atmospheres in Ontario’s beautiful and serene country sides. In addition, some of Canada’s most fascinating wildlife parks are centered in Ontario. While many enjoy a slightly faster paced experience, for those looking to relax and unwind, there’s the perfect Ontario B&B that inspires cozy afternoons and evening walks. From the Hudson Bay to Niagara Falls, visitors enjoy glorious experiences, incredibly friendly folks and some of the most awe-inspiring wonders in the world.