– Perth, Ontario –
Perth is a 200 years old town and a treasured place that you can share with your families and best friends. If it is your first visiting Perth, you must fall in love with it.
You mush want to experience the local food and drink. Perth is so proud of its culinary offerings. Don’t forget to visit Café Hideaway and enjoy home-style cooking, homemade desserts, breakfast, and lunch.
There are multiple choices for dinner. Bristro 54 Italiano is a home-style Italian cooking room, Fiddleheads Bar & Grill makes you have a special Sunday brunch with jazz, and The Golden Arrow gives you a nice vibe of British English pub.
By the way, you must to check out the Perth Farmers’ Market, open on Saturdays from 8am till 1pm and runs from May 7th to October 8th.
– Brockville, Ontario –
Brockville, city of the 1000 islands, is the blue gem of Ontario. Brockville’s vibrant downtown boasts specialty stores, charming restaurants, and a historic farmers market. When you arrive here, you will find a thriving arts community in Brockville, from modern galleries and studios to the newly renovated Brockville Arts Centre.
You can experience the river for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, sailing, and some of the best fresh-water shipwreck diving in the world. The Brockville Country Club is also a nice place to play golf and have fine cuisine.
You must check the traditional scene Railway Tunnel.
It is Canada’s first railway tunnel was completed in 1860. The state-of-the-art energy efficient lighting will give you a good idea for an Instagram post.
– Merrickville, Ontario –
Merrickville is known as the most beautiful town in Ontario and is less than an hour’s drive from downtown Ottawa. The whole town is like a young girl who is paying attention to dressing herself, wearing an emerald dress, and decorating herself with colorful flowers.
In addition to the characteristic buildings in the center of the town, the most popular thing to look at is the famous Merrickville Locks Ruin, which feels the traces of history on the land of Canada.
– Almonte, Ontario –
It takes only 40 minutes to get to Almonte from the city. Not to be missed is the street where Mill Street is full of elegant shops and the beautiful Mississippi Mills around Metcalfe Geoheritage Park.
Almonte is a scenic mill town. When you walk into Almonte be sure to take a look at the Gothic architecture that was left behind by history, the town’s first post office, and the famous Almonte Falls.
You can experience their best chocolate (Hummingbird Chocolate) and milk vodka. The Almont ice cream shop is offering hard ice cream & soft serve to open seasonally.
– Smiths Falls, Ontario –
Smiths Falls is a beautiful town in Eastern Ontario. According to smithsfalls.ca, arts and culture is at the center life in Smiths Falls.
The Rideau Canal, which runs through the community at its mid-point between Ottawa and Kingston, was designated in 2007 by UNESCO as Ontario’s only World Heritage Site. The Station Theatre is a tourist attraction in the cultural community of Smiths Falls. You can enjoy Christmas pantomime and international Film Nights in this unique place.
Smiths Falls community is also well known for its welcoming trails. The Cataraqui Trail, Heritage Trail, and the Rideau Trail are all open year-round for walking, hiking, bird watching, photography, cycling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.
You must experience the Smiths Falls’ traditional Cruise Nights.
– Frontenac County, Ontario –
We have to introduce the secret travel of Frontenac County, Ontario. Just over the Ottawa River for more than two hours, just above Kingston, there is a beautiful county. A favorite place is the Cabin (holiday cabin), which is surrounded by windows. The scenery is different in spring, summer, autumn, and winter. It is very romantic and suitable for couples.
More romantic, there is Heart Lake in the small town of Ompah (located in the township of North Frontenac). The village is situated close to many lakes including Palmerston Lake, Canonto Lake, Sunday Lake, and Mosque Lake. There is a naturally formed heart-shaped lake that is the attraction of every Ottawa aerial photographer. Such a beautiful and romantic lake, I am sure that a couple standing by the lake will make a wish.
– Old Chelsea, Quebec –
Located at the entrance of Gatineau Park, the village is also home to the Gatineau Park Visitor Centre and services as a gateway to the park’s 361 square kilometres of hills, lakes, trails, beaches, and campgrounds.
Old Chelsea Square is a lively neighbourhood with tourist accommodation, some fine restaurants like the Chelsea Pub and Biscotti & Cie, a coffee shop and an outdoor ice rink, Nordik Spa, all in a peaceful and pleasant setting in the heart of the Old Chelsea.
Nordik Spa-Nature is one of the best known natural relaxing spots in North America. This place nestled in the pictureque village of Old Chelsea in the Outaouais on the outskirts of Gatineau Park. If you are seeking a getaway to calm your thoughts and emotions, the Kaskad area is perfect. The young couple could choose the Borëa area, where you can speak quitely to maintain gentle intimacy. Panorama area is located at the end of the site and is a good place to build your social networking at the spa.
– Mont Tremblant, Quebec –
Mont-Tremblant is known as the “Oriental Small Banff”. Especially in the autumn, after the maple leaves turn red, looking down from the top of Mont Tremblant, it is an endless golden yellow. The dazzling red, one after another, is the perfect scenery that people who are new to Canada can’t miss.
After parking, you can go shopping in the town and eat something. The first cable car to the top of the town is free. You must not miss the cable car that goes to the top of Mont Tremblant. The scenery is stunning.
After the cable car and other projects, the participating projects are bungee jumping, hiking, Zipline, luge ride, boating, and so on. Skiing is always available in winter.