Burlington, ON, Canada

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Burlington, ON, Canada

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Burlington puts you in the heart of all of the action

Booking a Burlington vacation rental essentially puts you in the heart of all the action. It’s an energetic city with true character and deep history. Nature lovers appreciate it for its proximity to Lake Ontario, while travelers enjoy having a mid-point that puts them within reasonable distance of both Toronto and Niagara Falls. This isn’t just stopover country, though—far from it! Settle in and stay a while, because you’ll be spoiled for choice of endless activities, attractions, and stunning surroundings.

Easy exploration, a little R&R, and rock ‘n’ roll

Exploring Burlington is easy when you take a self-guided walking tour. Go downtown to get the full scoop of the area’s history. Before heading back to your Burlington vacation rental, book a relaxing massage at one of the city’s upscale spas. If you’re more of a night owl and love a good show, you may be stunned by the options—there are dozens of venues that offer regular live music. A handful of nightclubs offer fabulous music and dancing opps into the night. Shopping here is a treat, too, with cute boutiques offering one-of-a-kind finds.

Creativity and blossoms bloom in Burlington

The city’s creativity is on full display at the Art Gallery of Burlington, which specializes in regional designs. The Burlington Art Center showcases a breathtaking selection of ceramics. After spending all that time browsing, make your way to the largest botanical garden in the country: the Royal Botanical Gardens, which features over 2700 acres of colorful blossoms and plants. One of the best reasons to book a Burlington vacation rental is simply to appreciate the dramatic local architecture, particularly seen on local churches.

All seasons are equal in Burlington

Who can resist a city that is committed to all four of its seasons? You can expect just that when you book a Burlington vacation rental. Summer is warm, with highs reaching an average of around 80 degrees. It does get a bit cool by the lake, so be mindful when packing. Fall maintains a pleasant sort of vibe, although that chill in the air eventually sticks around. That’s a precursor to the cold, wet, snowy winters so typical of Burlington (yes, you’ll need a hat and gloves). Spring is simply marvelous, with jacket-weather temperatures and the very occasional shower.

The point between Toronto and Niagara Falls

On the Lake Ontario shoreline, Burlington boasts a wonderful location between Niagara Falls and Toronto. With just under 47,000 acres of land, it is a highly agricultural area. Once upon a time, Burlington was a port, but today the lake is used for recreational purposes. Nature takes center stage here, with wonderful waterfront trails, magnificent hiking paths, and even a phenomenal white sand beach—the only one of its kind in the area. There are many open fields and parks in the city, all ideal for watching the sunset before turning in for the night.