Things to see and do - Windsor
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Windsor Travel guide
Windsor : Michelin's recommendations
Like its American twin city on the north side of the Detroit River, the city of Windsor is associated in most people’s minds with automobile manufacturing. In addition, Windsor’s enviable location as a seaport and railway hub close to major US cities has contributed to making it one of Canada’s busiest ports of entry. Although an industrial city, Windsor retains greenery and livable neighbourhoods as well as a respected university, lively cultural institutions, parks and historic sites.
Tourist attractions Windsor : Things to see and do
78 Riverside-Dr.-West CDN - Windsor E1A 1G9
The outstanding attraction of this park, which stretches several blocks along the river west of the main thoroughfare (Ouellette Ave.), is its view of the Detroit skyline across the water. It is also a good vantage point from which to watch the huge ..
401 Riverside-Dr.-West CDN - Windsor N9A 7J1
Featured on three levels are changing exhibits from the gallery's permanent collection of over 2,500 works of Canadian art dating from 1750 to the present, including paintings from the Group of Seven. The mission of the museum, which is housed in Wil..
830 Ouellette Avenue CDN - Windsor ON N9A 1C6
33 Riverside Drive East CDN - Windsor ON N9A 2S4
Prix Prices from : 90 CAD
Providing an ideal location seconds from Caesars Windsor and the central Detroit area, this Windsor, Ontario hotel features stunning Detroit River skyline views. A cable TV and coffee maker are standard in every simply furnished room at the Travelod..
675 Goyeau CDN - Windsor ON N9A1H3
Prix Prices from : 73 CAD
This Ontario hotel is within a 5-minute drive of the Detroit/Windsor Tunnel. The hotel offers rooms with refrigerators. Free Wi-Fi and seating areas are standard in rooms at the Days Inn Hotel. The rooms are also equipped with wood furnishings and a..