Places To Visit In Canada
Explore the beautiful national parks and outdoor activities in Canada
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Tourist Places In Canada
Canada is not all about hockey, maple syrup, and brutally cold winters. It is one of the best tourist attractions on the other side of the Atlantic. Whether one goes during the spring-summer and enjoys a budget trip or they choose to have a lavish vacation in fall-winter, Canada tourist places never disappoint anybody.
Canada and its irresistible charm have catered to honeymoon couples for decades. From the world’s most secluded destination at Fogo Island to the castles of the Canadian Rockies to the beautiful lakes and sprawling national parks, there is no dearth of romantic places to visit and fun things to do in Canada with your partner. Another overly romantic thing to do is to witness the northern lights, the famous Aurora Borealis. Whitehorse and Yellowknife are the two most popular places to see how the green lights weave magic in the sky.
Nature park destinations
The Thousands Islands National Park is a favorite tourist attraction in Ontario, Canada. In reality, there are only 20 granite islands, and hundreds of water inlets of the Saint Lawrence River, and the whole place is a beautiful landscape of lush terrains and water cruising in secluded bays. One can kayak in rivers, spot whales in the beach or walk through dense temperate forests in Pacific Rim National Park in British Columbia. Banff National Park in Alberta, right in the heart of the Rockies, is the oldest and most favorite natural attraction in Canada. From green alpine meadows and crystal lakes to stark-white mountain crests – Banff has it all.
Here is a small list of the most beautiful cities in Canada.
Ottawa is the capital of Canada and quite an interesting hub of Canada sightseeing. Located near the US border, Ottawa is home to the Parliament Hill, the National Gallery and Canadian Museum of History, the famous ByWard Market and the Rideau Canal. The canal stays trafficked with boats during the summer and ice skaters in winter.
Although not the capital, Montreal is as happening as it gets when it comes to urban Canada points of interest. Set in an island on Saint Lawrence River, the city is an eclectic mix of old buildings and horse carriages in the Old Montreal, the Gothic Revival Notre Dame Basilica right in its heart to the volcanic small hill called Mount Royal on its west, from which it gets its name.
3. Quebec City, Quebec
Quebec City is a small Europe within Canada overlooking the gorgeous River Saint Lawrence. With cobblestoned streets, grand cathedrals, Victorian-style architecture and al fresco cafes make this city a prime destination in Canada. The chief attraction here is the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac and its surrounding platform Terrasse Dufferin.
4. Churchill, Manitoba
The polar bears’ gathering in Churchill along the shore of Hudson Bay is one of the best sights in Canada. If subarctic terrain and climate is not a problem, Churchill is just the perfect place to enjoy the famous Canadian cold and also spot some beluga whales in the Churchill River and witness the iconic Northern Lights.
5. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
The small Victorian town is the best Canada attraction near Niagara Falls. The town is known for the many wineries, which welcome visitors as overnight guests, for wine-tasting or for a tour of vineyards. Old fashioned houses and vintage-style boutiques line up the pretty lanes of this Ontario town.
CN Tower In Toronto
The CN Tower is the tallest tower in Canada and the ninth-highest freestanding structure in the entire world. It held the record for being the tallest for 32 long years since Needless to say, when one visits Toronto, the towering edifice of CN Tower is the first thing they notice in the city skyline. With a height of 1816 f...
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Casa Loma In Toronto
Casa Loma is a Spanish revival style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto. It is now a favourite landmark of Toronto, both for historical tours and for adventure activities. Casa Loma in Toronto was initially built as a residence for Sir Henry Pellatt, a renowned Canadian financier and soldier. Because of the grandeur of i...
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Royal Ontario Museum In Toronto
Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is a center of art, world culture, and history and is one of the largest museums in North America. It is referred to in short as ROM, and it draws more than one million visitors every year.
ROM is full of unique galleries and art exhibitions. From ancient artifacts to cont...
- Museum of Art History
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Toronto Zoo In Toronto
Toronto Zoo is one of the chief attractions of the city. There are numerous exhibits in the zoo premise, and each catering to fascinating diversity in the fauna. Animals of the Toronto Zoo in Ontario are from all the major natural spheres of the world – Africa, Indo-Pacific, America, Indo-Malaya and more.
High Park In Toronto
The expansive municipal park, High Park in Toronto, spans over 161 hectares. The features of this park include natural and recreational activities. The High Park in Ontario is also known for its sports facilities, gardens, educational facilities, playground, cultural facilities,and a zoo.High Park in Canada is the largest p...
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Toronto Islands In Toronto
Toronto Islands in Canada is one of the largest car-free communities in North America and a major tourist destination. These islands are a single group of small islands located just off the shore to the mainland. These islands are also known as Island of Hiawatha and Menecing, which means "On the Island" in the Ojibwa langu...
- Island Tours
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada in Toronto is one of the biggest attractions for tourists as well as children. Located in downtown Toronto, just south-east of Ripley’s Aquarium. Ripley's Aquarium is a public aquarium in Canada and holds about 1.5 million gallons of freshwater and marine habitats from across the world. The Riple...
- Sea Life aquarium
Niagara falls In Ontario
Niagara Falls is not just a single waterfall, but a combination of three different waterfalls. These waterfalls are in the border of the American state of New York and the Canadian province of Ontario. Niagara Falls’s southern end is formed by these falls. The total height is 167 ft, and the average flow rate is 85,000 cu f...
Horseshoe Falls In Ontario
Horseshoe Falls is one of the three waterfalls that form Niagara Falls. Horseshoe Falls is also known as Canadian Falls. It is along the Niagara River. This water fall is located between Goat Island’s Terrapin point in the US state of New York and Table rock in the Canadian province of Ontario.
Canada’s Wonderland in ontario
Canada’s Wonderland is a theme park which is situated in Vaughan, Ontario. It is approximately 245 miles from Downtown Ontario. Canada’s Wonderland covers 330 acres of land and was opened by the Taft Broadcasting Company and the Great West Life Assurance Company. It is the very first theme park opened in Canada. Cedar Fair...
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Fern's 5 days trip to CanadaHotel at Montreal was far away from city No transport was arranged as per Ittinerary. Had breakfast for only two in Toronto though we were three persons Laurentine mountains and Quebec city
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Autumn is the best time to visit Canada to see the country in its red and golden glory. For skiing and snow-sports, winter is obviously the best, and for hiking or water-sports, summer time it is.
Canada uses the Canadian Dollar, which is equal to 0.77 units of USD per Canadian Dollar.
Other than very polite people, Canada is known for maple syrup, views of Northern Lights, biting winters and beautiful falls.
Canada has been referred to as the Great White North by most Americans because of its vast size (second country in the world) and the amount of cold and snow it gets during winter.
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