Canada really does have something to offer everybody. Whether you are looking for a vibrant city break or an adventure escape into the wilderness, you will find it in Canada. efore booking check out any visa requirements. You can easily obtain an ETA at www.visa-canada-eta.com. Here is our guide to the top 5 places to visit.
For ski and snowboard fans, Whistler is a must visit. Located two hours from Vancouver along the scenic sea to sky highway. It boasts excellent powder on two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb. The resort village of Whistler itself offers lots of hotels, shops and high-quality restaurants.
4. Quebec City
The capital of Quebec province, this picturesque, French-speaking city has a European feel with charming cobblestone streets and quaint architecture in the historic district. The cities famous Chateau Frontenac hotel sits majestically overlooking the St Lawrence river and is said to be the most photographed hotel in North America.
3. Niagara Falls (Ontario)
World famous landmark Niagara Falls is situated on the border between Canada and the united states with one side in New York State (USA) and the other in Ontario (Canada). In the area surrounding the falls, there is a range of restaurants, souvenir shops and hotels. The best views of the falls are available from the Canadian side in Queen Victoria Park.
The vibrant city of Vancouver is located between the mountains and the Pacific Ocean in British Columbia. Combining sparkling glass-fronted apartment blocks and offices with beautiful natural surroundings and some of the friendliest locals you will ever meet, the city is one of the most visited places in Canada. Visit the beautiful greenery in Stanley Park, take in the artistic vibes at Granville Island and check out the shops in Chinatown. Don’t be surprised if the city looks strangely familiar to you, many blockbuster films and popular T.V series have been made here, and you may even spot a star or two!
1.Banff National Park
Located in Alberta, just a short 45-minute transfer from Calgary. Banff National Park is Canada’s first national park, and it’s most visited. The beautiful wild surroundings in the vast park and the small, friendly town of Banff draw visitors year round. In summer, tourists flock here for a range of outdoor pursuits and to see wildlife such as bears, moose and bald eagles, while in winter the town fills with skiers and snowboarders keen to ride the slopes at one of the areas three popular ski resorts (Mount Norquay, Sunshine and Lake Louise). After a day in the wilderness or on the slopes, the town offers a range of hotels, shops and some great quality bars and restaurants.
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