Canada’s largest city, featuring six towns in one. The gateway to the world’s most spectacular waterfalls. Plus Niagara’s wine region, scenic roads and one of Canada’s prettiest towns. Even if you’ve travelled with great expectations of seeing one of nature’s most astounding spectacles, you will not be prepared for the Niagara Falls. The thunderous noise, the great billowing clouds of mist, the arching rainbow and the sheer power of millions of tons of water plunging into a vast abyss. The effect is mesmerising, the downward rush is like nothing you will ever have experienced. And after the Falls, come even more high points; the brilliant nightlife, and daylife, of Toronto itself. Organically grown from no less than six earlier cities – Etobicoke, York, North York, East York, Scarborough and Toronto – this is Canada’s largest city and the home to lively harbourside restaurants, great shopping, sight-seeing by jet helicopter, lakeside walking trail and the world famous CN Tower with its fabulous, 533 metre high views. And beyond the city lies the Niagara Peninsula, with its orchards and wine region, the scenic Niagara Parkway and Niagara-On-The-Lake, proclaimed as Canada’s prettiest town.
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