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Kitchener Waterloo - The Twin Cities
Kitchener and Waterloo are known as the Twin Cities, located in Central South-western Ontario, approximately 120kms from London and Toronto, 50kms from the Shakespearean city of Stratford and 25kms from the city of Guelph.
Having direct access to Highway 401 has been a main contributor to the continuing growth of these two cities which have a combined population of close to half a million people.
Kitchener and Waterloo also benefit from being close to a number of busy Canadian airports as well as excellent train and bus services.
There is a never-ending list of things to do and see no matter what the season and whether you're young or old, or somewhere in between you can always find something to suite your taste in the Twin Cities of the KW Region.
Kitchener Waterloo offer galleries such as the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, a children's museum, art studios and a big favourite is the Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Festival. There are also historic sites to visit such as Woodside, the boyhood home of Prime Minister Mackenzie King and the Joseph Schneider Haus Museum.
In Kitchener-Waterloo there is also the Doon Heritage Crossroads, a re-creation of a 1914 rural village, offering sophisticated historical interpretations of the former Waterloo County.
Every year many thousands of people converge on Kitchener-Waterloo to celebrate the region's historic German roots during Octoberfest which is the largest Bavarian Festival outside of Munich, Germany.
For outdoor activities Kitchener and Waterloo can certainly deliver with over 200kms of community trails, premier sports fields, swimming facilities and golf courses the possibilities are endless and the beautiful warm summers can certainly add to one's enjoyment.
The KW Region also boasts excellent views, from many vantage points, of the majestic Grand River as it meanders down the Eastern side of the of the twin cities. Its designation as a Canadian Heritage River has done much to enhance KW Region's popularity.
The performing arts in Kitchener-Waterloo offer a rich diversity drawing on a strong musical tradition. The twin cities are well served by the theatres in Wilfred Laurier University and the University of Waterloo. Of national significance is Kitchener's renowned concert hall, Centre-In-The-Square, home to the Kitchener- Waterloo Symphony and the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery.
In winter there are excellent skiing facilities at Chicopee ski centre as well as hockey and skating can be enjoyed at the numerous ice rinks.
The cities of Kitchener and Waterloo have a reputation of being two of Canada's friendliest and livable cities. With the many shopping malls and strip malls throughout the twin cities there is definitely no shortage of things to spark your interest. Your shopping experience is complemented by the many fine restaurants and cafes.
Many move to the area because it is such a great place to start a family and bring up children and there is an excellent choice of schools, universities and colleges, churches, synagogues and mosques.
In Kitchener Waterloo you will find the best of both worlds; small town hospitality and big city charm. For culture, entertainment, business or relaxation the KW Region will cater to your needs as well as your thirst for your entertainment and relaxation.
With culture and cuisine, history and hospitality you will be welcomed with a personal touch to Kitchener Waterloo.