London Travel Guide – Exploring Beautiful Canada

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London is a medium-sized city in Ontario, Canada. It is located west of Toronto, between Lake Huron and Lake Erie at the fork of the Thames River. London has an abundance of urban parks and woodlands. In the pioneer times, travellers would find London as a cleared area in the middle of a huge forest which had to be travelled through to reach the town. Visitors today will perceive London as a treed area in the middle of cleared land, it’s surrounded by farming now. Early in its history it was considered as a potential site for the capital city of Upper Canada, but that title eventually went to York (later Toronto). The city is roughly rectangular in shape, approximately 16 km (10 miles) from east to west, and 13 km (8 miles) from north to south.

Many cities, towns, counties, and rivers in this area of Southwestern Ontario take their names from their counterparts in England, and London is no exception. London features landmarks such as Picadilly Street, the Covent Garden Market and the Thames. With 2 major hospitals, London is a regional medical center, treating patients from up to 200km away. London also has the region’s only university (The University of Western Ontario) which has all the typical professional schools (business, law, medicine, engineering) as well as sciences and the arts. Since the city is also home to Fanshawe College, students comprise a significant percentage of London’s population during the school year.

London has a number of parks. Victoria Park in downtown London is a major centre of community events, attracting an estimated 1 million visitors per year. Other major parks include Harris Park, Gibbons Park, Fanshawe Conservation Area (Fanshawe Pioneer Village), Springbank Park, and Westminster Ponds. The city also maintains a number of gardens and conservatories.

The city is home to many festivals including SunFest, the London Fringe Theatre Festival, the London Ontario Live Arts Festival (LOLA), the Home County Folk Festival, Rock the Park London, Western Fair, Pride London, and others. The London Rib Fest is the second largest barbecue rib festival in North America. SunFest, a world music festival, is the second largest in Canada after Toronto Caribbean Carnival (Caribana) and is among the top 100 summer destinations in North America.

Most of the Canadian and North American chain restaurants are represented in London, including The Keg, Kelsey’s, Red Lobster, Tony Roma’s, Milestones, Swiss Chalet and East Side Mario’s. Tim Hortons, the Canadian coffee and doughnut chain, has about 30 locations within the city.

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