Canada offers great views, adventurous trips and unique travel experience. You can choose two different types of tours – urban itineraries or trips in the wild nature. Start your journey from Toronto in the province of Ontario. That vibrant city is well-known for its skyscrapers, the famous CN Tower, top-notch restaurants, art galleries, museums, shopping venues, and parks. The flourishing film industry draws celebrities and fans throughout the year and especially in the mid September for the annual Toronto Film Festival.
Two hours away from cosmopolitan Toronto are the Niagara Falls. Smaller than the other water icons around the world – just 167 ft, these waterfalls in their Canadian part have wowed tourist for decades. Breath-taking views provide unforgettable photographic moments.
Your next stop should be Montreal. In that French-speaking Canadian town you can stroll in the Old town and enjoy its funky shops and cafés. Quartier des Spectacles, the Entertainment district in the North-American-looking city centre, is a must-see point.
Do not miss the city of Quebec in Quebec province. The historic Old city attracts many visitors and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A-must-see point is the Château Frontenac, a lovely hotel nowadays.
Ottawa is the capital of Canada and tourists’ next stop. Small and friendly, peaceful and picturesque, the capital offers a network of cycle lanes and charming urban scenery.
On the west coast of British Columbia province is situated Vancouver. Check by yourself whether this is “the best place to live in the world”. The city is famous for its cultural life, museums, ethnically-diverse restaurants, and cosmopolitan population. Here one can try all kinds of national cuisines and different types of seafood.
Next stop is Calgary in the Alberta province. With its bustling streets and skyscrapers, Calgary is a modern and dynamic city, and at the same time, a good start to explore the wild nature of Canada.
Banff National Park is situated in the heart of Canadian Rockies. Its mountainous terrain encompasses all-year-green forests, alpine meadows, glaciers, and ice fields. Outstanding hikes are available, horse riding activities, all winter sports facilities, and abundance of wildlife around as well, make the resort town of Banff and the area a-must-stay point on one’s itinerary. At the end of the full of adventures day, do not miss the opportunity to stop by the Banff Upper Hot Springs.
Lake Louise in the Banff National Park area is a marvelous place to spend a day in. That popular tourists’ attraction is famous for its emerald hues and glacial backdrop and, that is why, here come one of the most ardent photographs.
You cannot miss the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site, a place, where you can explore Canada’s history, live the country’s life story, and follow the steps of the indigenous peoples and the first European immigrants.