Burlington is located between two of the most famous geographical sites in Canada, namely the Niagara Escarpment and the Northwest shores of Lake Ontario and it covers a total land area of 187 square kilometers (73 square miles).
Green nature can be found all over Burlington and the 187 square kilometers (73 square miles) of land is divided into southern and northern regions. The South of Burlington is where the urban areas are located, but in the north, it’s a very diﬀerent story. Agriculture, golf courses, nature reserves, and conservation areas are some of the main categories where Burlington shines the most. This is also what attracts visitors, as with nature comes culture and exploring the culture of any new city is in the heart of every tourist.
The city of Burlington has numerous popular tourist attractions that many residents enjoy. Some of the things to see in Burlington include the Waterfront Trail, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Spencer Smith Park, Mapleview Centre, Burlington Mall, the Art Gallery of Burlington, Canada’s Largest Ribfest, Burlington’s Sound of Music Festival, as well as numerous golf courses, bars, clubs and spas.