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Places To Visit In Canada

Best Places to Visit in Canada


  • . When you’re not climbing through Maligne Canyon, whitewater boating down the Athabasca River or snapping photographs of Spirit Island, you can appreciate a bird’s-eye perspective of the lovely view from the Jasper SkyTeam. Keep your eyes oJasper National Park- As the biggest national park in the Canadian Rockies, Jasper is the spot for exploring and adventurepen for the 53 types of mammals that call this place home.
  • Banff- Located amongst the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, this place is apt for both luxury-seekers and nature enthusiasts. This is a small mountain town in Alberta. Tourists can while away their time by skiing or hiking in Banff National Park, admiring the beauty of Lake Louise before ending up in one of the many luxury hotels in the area.
  • Niagara Falls- Visit this place to take pictures and be amazed by the iconic Niagara Falls. With the Canadian Horseshoe Falls dropping from the 180-feet drop at a speed of 68 miles an hour, the falls remain one of the main attractions or the place. Along with the magnificent falls, the place also has other things to do such as museums, parks, wineries and casinos.

Niagara Falls Aerial View,

  • Victoria and Vancouver Island- Victoria is the place which pays a tribute to the countries British Heritage, just like Montreal and Quebec city pay a tribute to the country’s French Heritage. The place has many places to visit for a perfect afternoon tea or an informative lesson on British history. Visit the museums and wineries for complete British- Canadian experience.
  • Prince Edward Island- Filled with rolling green hills, red sandstone cliffs and a delicious spread of seafood, Prince Edward Island is perfect for an adventure-driven experience. Entertain yourself with the vast beaches and the island’s golf courses.
  • Quebec City- One of the cheapest places to visit in Canada, this Canadian city never fails to charm its visitors with the historical buildings from 17th and 18th This is a UNESCOO World Heritage Site. The place’s freshly baked bread and brewing espresso fill the stone-made streets.

  • Montreal- The city is a perfect mix of urban and heritage buildings. Skyscrapers rub shoulders with historical architecture from 17th century in Old Montreal. Experience the French-Canadian culture with familiar English and French sounds. Visit the world-class shopping center in the Boulevard Saint-Laurent district.
  • Whistler- Take your adventure side up a notch by visiting Whistler. This resort town has everything ranging from skiing to snowboarding to bobsled rides and bungee jumping. Enjoy the ski scene in the Whistler village and take a stroll through the Whistler Olympic Plaza.
  • Toronto- Explore the cultural pockets like Greektown, Little India and Koreatown. Go on ride up the 1,815-foot tall CN tower and enjoy a view of this huge city.
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