Discover Toronto

Discover Toronto

Toronto, the Queen City, is a must-see if you’re planning a visit to Canada. A modern city with a very efficient public transit system, Toronto is home to over five million inhabitants and more than a hundred different nationalities. The city ranks among the world’s most ethnically diverse, with over 40 percent of its population identifying themselves as part of a visible minority. Toronto is sometimes called the "New York of the North", and like its American counterpart, it shares the same spirit of openness on the world. Visiting Toronto, you will discover one of the safest and cleanest cities in North America. With four seasons of extreme temperatures, Toronto offers a wide variety of cultural and sporting activities. The city boasts many institutions of higher learning, including Canada’s largest, the University Of Toronto. This dynamic city has a vibrant nightlife with pubs, bars, restaurants and numerous nightclubs. Take a guided sightseeing tour of the city and discover museums, cinemas, national monuments, and impressive structures such as the world-famous CN Tower, Ontario Place, the Harbourfront Centre and Casa Loma. Depending on the weather, you can spend a weekend in the heart of Algonquin Provincial Park, go skiing in the Blue Mountains, visit Ottawa, or take a bus (or helicopter) to Niagara Falls! Toronto also hosts more than 30 film festivals and numerous cultural events.

Toronto and Niagara Falls

 Toronto and The Niagara Region is a must tour during your visit to Canada. Toronto, the Canadian metropolis, is a vibrant cosmopolitan city with an active cultural life, beautiful parks and gardens and a dynamic downtown core. The Niagara Region, an hour from Toronto, is world-renowned for the majestic falls and its award winning ice wines.


A Day in Ottawa

The National Capital of Canada, Ottawa was appointed Capital City by Queen Victoria in 1858. Set high on a bluff overlooking the Ottawa River. Over the past century, this former lumbering town has gracefully blossomed into a cosmopolitan city filled with neo-gothic government buildings, gardens and parks. You will see Parliament Hill,  the  Bank of Canada, Supreme Court and War Memorial, Dow's Lake, the beautiful homes along Sussex Drive, Byward Market, Rideau Hall (the Prime Minister's residence), and the National Gallery of Canada. The tour also includes a brief photo opportunity at the outstanding Canadian Museum of Civilization. Lunch will be on your own in the Old Town.

For all information regarding deals, special requests for your group or to make a reservation, please contact VDM GLOBAL DMC.

Mrs Danielle Crète
(514) 933-6674


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