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With the ‘Queen City’ Toronto just south, most visitors don’t think to explore one of Greater Toronto’s greatest gems. Diverse, cultured, and ever vibrant, Vaughan is a city stacked with things to see and do. Stroll through lush green nature trails, see some of the finest artworks in the world, or hold on tight and feel the G-force at Canada’s premier theme park. Built on a rich history and buzzing with a lively events calendar, Vaughan is only 25 minutes from the bright lights of Toronto’s downtown.

Things to see

With 330-acres of thrills, amusements, and a water park, Canada’s Wonderland does exactly what it says on the tin. Here you’ll find everything from kid-friendly rides to scream-inducing white knuckle coasters, such as the 125 mph Leviathan. For something more composed and cultured, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection is a must-see gallery and sculpture garden. With almost 6,000 works by the likes of Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, and First Nations, it showcases the best of Canadian talent. Kids will love Reptilia Zoo. Home to hundreds of slithery and scaly creatures, exhibits include a king cobra and Induna, the zoo’s smiling Nile crocodile. For soccer fans it doesn’t get much better than the OSA Soccer Centre. The competition and training ground boasts a 130,000 square foot indoor field. If shopping is more your game, then Vaughan Mills Mall is your mecca. Packed with brand names and lux labels, retail therapy comes accompanied with eateries and entertainment.

Hotels in Vaughan

Whether you prefer a sleepy suburban B&B or the contemporary comfort of a city center high rise, there are hotels in Vaughan to suit every pocket and preference. The mid-range and more upmarket accommodation comes in the form of grand chain hotels, all boasting a healthy selection of amenities. Indoor pools, fully equipped fitness centers, and stylish rooms decked out with large LCD televisions are all to be expected. You’ll find a good handful of motels and budget hotels in Vaughan too, all of which offer the basic necessities, such as coffee making facilities and free WiFi.

Where to stay

A centrally located hotel in Vaughan puts you within good reach of all the major attractions and amenities the city has to offer. From the themed thrills of Canada’s largest amusement park to the 800-acres of leafy tranquility that make up The Kortright Conservation Area – there’s something here to please everyone. The historic villages of Kleinburg, Maple, Thornhill and Woodbridge all offer an eclectic mix of shopping and dining, whilst also playing host to many of the city’s vivacious events. Among them the Woodbridge Farmers' Market, the Thornhill Village Festival, and the city’s tinselly WinterFest.

How to get to Vaughan

Toronto’s Pearson International Airport will be the gateway into Ontario for most visitors. From here, getting into Vaughan is a breeze. After you’ve collected your luggage make your way to the Airport Express Ticket counter in Terminal 1 arrivals and book your seats. The Airport Express shuttle comes by every 20 minutes, and will whisk you to Toronto’s Union Station. From there, catch a train on the Go Transit system’s Barrie Line, which will speed you into Vaughan’s Rutherford Station. Located in the very heart of the city, journeys should take no longer than 45 minutes.