Canada offers travellers a diverse choice of experiences that ranges from chic to cosmopolitan centres to mountain resorts and maritime cities. As a tourist, here is a list of the top events and places you need to see in Canada.
This is Canada’s most famous natural attraction and draws visitors from around the world at all times. You can walk up to the edge of the falls, separated only by a cast-iron railing, and see the water as it disappears over the crest.
Vancouver is set on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and backed by snow-capped mountains that give the city a panoramic view. You can sunbathe in the summer and ski in the winter, shop or stroll in Stanley Park.
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and cultural hot spot. You can visit and see the landmark CN Tower or take a walk around the waterfront, eat in beautiful restaurants or attend outdoor concerts and cultural performances in the summer.
Ottawa is home to some outstanding national museums and historic sites. The city is a beehive of fun-filled events like the Tulip Festival in spring and Canada Day Celebrations on July 1st, and in February, the annual Winterlude celebrations.
Victoria has a quaint, small-town atmosphere is one of the warmest places in Canada in winter. You can visit Victoria’s Inner Harbour, where the Parliament Buildings and the historic Empress Hotel are located.
Montreal has a beautiful old historic district and a modern city centre. It also has a large number of fashion designers and high-end boutiques along with quaint hotels and restaurants.
Banff National Park
Located in the charming mountain town of Banff, this park is home to the Rocky Mountains. In summer, you can get to enjoy Lake Louise and Moraine Lake or drive to the Icefields Parkway to Jasper National Park.
Canada is any visitor’s delight with so many places that you can see. The list above is just a tip of what Canada can offer you when you visit.