Wonderful Places You Need To Visit In Canada

This Commonwealth is the second largest country in the world. However, most of the land area is a complete wilderness. This is definitely one of Canada's raffles: the vast expanses of nature are really lost. Its national parks are really huge and offer perfect photo opportunities.Mountain climbing, hiking, boating, swimming and cycling - there are plenty of rewards here if you like great outdoor sports. Canada is also home to the amazing Niagara Falls, of course.

Away from the stunning nature of Canada - including the Great Lakes region - you can explore its culture and history. You can be attracted to the Francophone region of Quebec, the glittering skyscrapers and pockets of culture in East Asia in Vancouver, the elegant Victorian architecture of Toronto, the grand hotels of Canada style "Chateau style" and the new Gothic public buildings in Ottawa. 

Here's a look at the best places to visit in Canada:

10. Calgary

Calgary, Alberta's largest city, lies between the Canadian prairies and the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. After the discovery of oil nearby in the early 20th century, the city of Calgary thrived in one of Canada's largest metropolitan areas, attracting thousands every year to attend the world-famous Rodeo event, Calgary Stampede. This celebration takes place in the Old West over 10 days in July with rodeo races, Chuck Wagon races, parades, competitions, crafts and food.

9. Ottawa

Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is located at the confluence of the Ottawa, Gatineau and Rideau rivers in southeastern Ontario. As the nation's capital, Ottawa is home to many financial, commercial and federal institutions including Parliament Hill, the government headquarters where "guard change" is celebrated daily during the summer. Rideau Canal runs right across the heart of the city, Ottawa's main attraction. In winter, the canal becomes the world's largest ski ring.

8. Whistler

Thanks to a spectacular range of mountains called Whistler and Blackcomb, Whistler Resort is the largest and most famous alpine skiing destination in North America. This Whistler hotel is located in the Western Canadian Coast Coast of British Columbia, 2 hours from Vancouver along Canada's most motorway, the Sea-to-Sky Highway. At the base of the mountains are three exotic villages, Whistler Village, Creekside, Upper Village. Peak 2 Peak gondola transports visitors from villages to the mountains.

7. Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island, named after British explorer George Vancouver, is the largest island off the west coast of North America. Located across the state of Washington, it can be reached by ferry across the San Juan Islands from Anacortes, from Port Angeles on the state's Olympic Peninsula, or from Vancouver, British Columbia on the mainland. Vancouver Island is famous for attractive Victoria, Butchart's magnificent gardens, and Tofino for surfing and wilderness in the north, where one can take a ferry to Prince Rupert and another to Alaska from there.

6. Quebec City

Quebec may be the capital of the eastern province of Quebec, but its heritage, architecture and French language make it look like a charming European village. Vieux Quebec, the historic district of the city, is located on a hill overlooking the St. Lawrence. Walking along the cobbled old city streets provides encounters with tourist attractions such as the Citadel and Place-Royale, the area where the explorer, Samuel de Camplain, founded the first settlement in North and French America. The most iconic hotel in North America, the iconic Chateau Frontenac offers city tours even without a one-night stay.

5. Toronto

The capital of Ontario, Toronto is Canada's most populous city as well as one of the largest cities in North America. With a large number of ethnic areas such as Chinatown, Little India and Little Italy, Toronto is also one of the world's most culturally diverse cities. The city's main sights range from impressive attractions such as the famous CN Tower and the fictional Casa Loma Castle. In addition, the Toronto Islands are a popular destination with beaches and outdoor activities.

4. Montreal

Canada's second largest city after Toronto, Montreal is the cultural and financial capital of the province of Quebec. Boasting the largest French-speaking community outside of Paris, France, Montreal is a bustling city consisting of a downtown area, a historic district, an entertainment district and many distinctive neighborhoods. Montreal's main landmarks include downtown skyscrapers such as the Olympic Tower, the historic buildings of Old Montreal and many family attractions such as amusement parks and water parks.

3. Niagara Falls, Ontario

Niagara Falls is a series of three stunning waterfalls located on the borders of Ontario in Canada and the United States in New York. The Ontario side of the waterfalls, called Horseshoe Falls, offers the best views and most attractions. The area directly surrounding the waterfalls is a major tourist spot teeming with watchtowers, restaurants, souvenir shops, casinos and high-rise hotels. One of the best places to see Niagara Falls on the Ontario side is from Queen Victoria Park where the waterfalls light up and fireworks are shown at night during the summer.

2. Banff National Park

Located in the province of Alberta, Banff National Park is not only Canada's first national park, but also one of the country's largest and most visited national parks. The scenic park and wildlife attracts many tourists every year along the Trans-Canada Highway that runs through the park. Banff National Park includes a large number of wild animals on mammals such as black bears, gray bears, bison, moose, large sheep, wolves and bald eagles.

1. Vancouver

Nestled between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean of British Columbia, Vancouver is a favorite of the majestic landscapes that offer a natural playground where tourists can swim in the ocean, ski through the scenic parks and ski in the mountains in a day. Vancouver, the third largest metropolitan area in the country, is one of the most populated places in Canada. Vancouver's main landmark is Stanley Park which covers a large area of ​​forest, gardens and greenery. Other major sites in the city include Granville Island's superb food market and the vibrant Chinatown department store.

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