Where to go in Windsor?
Traveling to foreign lands is always an exotic adventure. Visitors to Detroit (and the locals who live here) are fortunate enough to have adventure at their very doorsteps. With Canada a short hop, skip and a jump away, it’s no wonder that Detroit and Windsor jointly market themselves as a Two-Nation Destination. Grab your passport and uncover the joys of international travel with just a short drive across the river.
1. Get 30 percent* more for every dollar.
The stronger US dollar means a huge savings on everything from food to accommodations to activities and shopping. This is your chance to indulge — what are you waiting for?
*Average Daily rate for October 2015 was 1.307. Daily USD exchange rate varies —
2. Save when you visit Essex Pelee Island Coast (EPIC) Wine Country
It’s not fresh news that Windsor Essex has a fabulous wine region with nearly 20 wineries producing fantastic award-winning vintages. What is new is the 2015 release of the Passport to EPIC Wine Country. For just , you’ll have access to more than 0 in savings. Enjoy fine wines while saving money — it’s a win-win scenario.
Windsor Essex has nearly 20 wineries.
3. Embrace the Pursuit of Hoppiness
Craft beer is a booming industry in Windsor Essex. With four microbreweries and four more on the way, discerning beer lovers are invited to celebrate the joys of a great beer. From exciting craft beer festivals to a beer cycling tour through the streets of Windsor, it’s a great time to raise a pint to local craft brewers!
Olde Walkerville is a hip Windsor neighborhood worth exploring.
4. Explore Windsor’s hippest neighborhood
History, art, live music and creative food collide in a delightful mashup of old and new in Olde Walkerville, the town that Canadian Club built. From eclectic coffee shops and stately old mansions built with rum-running profits to delightful vintage stores filled with treasures and rustic pubs specializing in farm-to-fork cuisine, this neighborhood pulses with vibrant life and energy.