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Kingston is located in Canada, in the Eastern end of Lake Ontario. In 1840 the whole of Kingston downtown area burnt due to a dock fire that spread to a warehouse containing gun powder. Then Kingston started building with limestone to avoid a similar incidence in future. Hence its nickname, "Limestone City." Kingston is well known for the world's, national, and provincial heritage sites. Kingston was voted as one of the best tourists attraction areas in Canada. Major tourist attractions in Kingston include Fort Henry National Historic Site, Penitentiary Museum, Kingston City Hall, and the Thousand Islands.
Kingston (Canada) Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are the popular attractions in Kingston?
A. Kingston is popular for its museums and scenic trails. Fort Henry is a part of Rideau Canal UNESCO World Heritage Site and is an excellent place to learn the history of Canada. The Wolfe Island is frequented by tourists in summer due to its sandy lake-side beaches and clear swimming waters. Kingston Public Market has unique gift items, artistic products, antiques, and live cooking demos for local cuisines in Kingston. Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area offers an opportunity for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and skating, at all times of the year.
Q. What is the weather like in Kingston?
A. Kingston experiences cool summers, very chilly winters, and windy days. Winters have temperatures that average between -12ºC (10ºF) and 2ºC (36ºF), from mid-December to the end of February. In spring, it is often cold and damp, and it runs from March to June. Temperatures in spring vary between -6ºC(21ºF) and 22ºC (71ºF). Summer months are from June to August and are the hottest months of the year. Temperatures vary from 13ºC(55ºF) to 25ºC(76ºF). The fall marks the return of cooler weather and temperatures begin dropping from 20ºC(69ºF) to -1ºC(42ºF). Summertime is the best time to visit Kingston.
Q. Do I need any special documents while making a ticket reservation to Kingston?
A. Kingston is in Canada, so you will follow travel rules for Canada. Generally, you will need a valid passport, Identity Card or VISA ( international flights). If you are traveling in the company of a child, the Canadian authorities require that the child should have his/her own passport, a birth certificate, any legal documents pertaining custody, a parental consent letter to authorize traveling and a death certificate in case of a deceased parent.
Q. What should I do if after paying for my ticket, an emergency comes up and I am not able to travel?
A. If you cancel a ticket before 24 hours have passed after payment, you get a full refund for the ticket. After 24 hours have elapsed, ticket refund will depend on the type of ticket that you paid for. For a non-refundable ticket you can use the ticket for another flight within one year of purchase. For a refundable ticket, you can ask for refund or retain the ticket. Ticket refund charges may apply.