Popular Accommodations in Aurora
- Trip to Niagara Falls
- Aurora Community Arboretum
- Swimming at Wasaga Beach
- Sightseeing in Toronto
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The cosy little town of Aurora is an ideal destination for holidaymakers who want to enjoy both the urban culture of Canada and the fascinating tranquillity of its endless expanses. After all, your accommodation is located between Lake Huron and Niagara Falls, just outside Toronto. You will find what you are looking for in an apartment, apartment or vacation rental throughout the city. Genuine Canadian living flair with a lot of woodcutter romance comes up in the southeast of the city. The accommodations in the northeast of Aurora along Bayview Avenue are somewhat more luxurious.
Holiday in Aurora
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Endless forests in which you will not meet a soul for hours, crystal-clear lakes which have the size of seas by European standards and, last but not least, encounters with all kinds of forest dwellers. That's what makes Ontario so fascinating. So tie up your hiking boots, saddle up your mountain bike or get on a canoe and set off on an adventure. In addition, there are many worthwhile excursion destinations in the area such as the Scanlon Creek Conservation Area, the Kwartha Highlands, the world's largest freshwater beach with the beautiful name Wasaga Beach and the majestic Niagara Falls. More fascinating nature is not possible.
Things to know
The climate in the region around Toronto can be compared to numerous places in Central Europe. The ideal travel time for hikers begins here with up to seven hours of sunshine, moderate rainfall and around 18-20 degrees Celsius in May and continues well into September. Those who also want to venture into the "Great Lakes" can book their vacation rental in Aurora for the summer months of June to August, which offer up to 10 hours of sunshine and temperatures above 25 degrees Celsius.
The name Aurora derives from the Roman goddess of dawn "Aurora".
Top 3 travel tips
A sightseeing trip to Toronto is a welcome contrast. After all, the Canadian metropolis on Lake Ontario has something for everyone with the Royal Ontario Museum, the view from the CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Canada's Wonderland theme park and Toronto Zoo.2. Relax in the Aurora Community Arboretum
There is no better place in Aurora than the Aurora Community Arboretum for a short recreation session in between. Between St. John's Sideroad and Wellington Street East, a top-class green oasis stretches over more than 100 hectares, inviting you to dream in the sun.3. Explore Canada's east with your palate
The Canadian state also knows how to impress with its culinary delights. Since there is no shortage of good restaurants in Aurora, you can taste specialities such as the classic lobster roll, fresh pimples, grilled filet steaks and of course pancakes with homemade maple syrup.