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Auto Insurance Ontario: Five Road Trips to Take in Ontario

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   Road trips are a part of life in Canada. Whether it’s a wide-open
stretch taking you home for the holidays, a mapped out journey with
 stops along the way, or a spontaneous tour around your own city -
 road trips rule. If you’re looking for some new routes, here are five
                    classic trips around the province:

 Auto Insurance Ontario: If you want to see beautiful Ontario, then you
 want to see the Niagara Escarpment. This internationally recognized
landform is a rich landscape of vital watersheds and agriculture; home
 to hundreds of the province’s at-risk species; and is the backbone of
 Canada’s longest footpath, the Bruce Trail. If you’re looking to stay a
   while, pair your beautiful view with a glass of Cabernet, now that
 you’ve arrived in Canada’s famous Wine Country – and get a taste of
  the unique culinary scene that surrounds it. To complete the scene,
    take in a play at the world famous Shaw Festival; it’s a theatre
               experience you’ll never get anywhere else.

For a road trip that lets you load up on stops along the way, set your
 GPS for straight across the 401. Explore all the gems Southwestern
Ontario has to offer from Cornwall all the way to Windsor. Towns and
 counties like Fort Erie, Kingston and Burlington have unique charms
   that shouldn’t be missed; while popular attractions like Casino
 Windsor, East Park and African Lion Safari make family time on the
road more fun. Picking something to do in Southwestern Ontario is as
                easy as picking an exit off the highway.

 Ontario also happens to be home to Muskoka – a region chosen by
National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of the ‘Must-see places
    of 2012’ and one of the ‘best areas in the world’. Known for its
 breathtaking cottage country and even more breathtaking cottages,
  Muskoka is full of things to do and see both indoors and outdoors.
  Hike the beautiful trails, take in some shopping, and finish the day
with a spa treatment and a relaxing night by the fire. Or enjoy one of
  the many seasonal events and festivals that are always changing.

 For some, road trips are about an escape. And the serene territory of
    Northern Ontario offers just that. This region isn’t crowded with
  attractions and landmarks; rather, the region is the attraction itself.
Known as the Gateway to the Great North, it comprises a large part of
    the Canadian Shield and is neighbour to Lake Superior, Canada’s
   largest freshwater Lake. Its wealth of parks and campgrounds give
visitors a truly memorable, world-class outdoor experience. No matter
  whom you’re traveling with, nature is your closest companion on a
                     trip through Northern Ontario.

  Car Insurance Ontario: Road trips don’t always include the open road.
 Some of the coolest, most historical places in the country are right in
 the heart of Canada’s largest city. Plan an entire day of sightseeing in
   Old Toronto, and learn the rich history of how the metropolis first
developed. Or if you’re looking for a more modern itinerary, plot your
journey along Toronto’s famous Queen St, from east all the way west.
 From the Beaches to the Toronto Eaton Centre, and from Kensington
  Market to Trinity Bellwoods Park - it’s amazing how many national
                    landmarks one street can hold.

So if you’re looking to plan something different for a special occasion,
 or you just want out of the house on a lazy Sunday - all you need is a
map and a full tank. Because life is about the journey, not the
                         destination.

				
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Description: Whether it’s a wide-open stretch taking you home for the holidays, or a mapped out journey with stops along the way, here are 5 essential road trips you should take in Ontario!