Tuesday, March 19, 2019
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5 Places to Check Out in Canada

Canadian landscape with mountains, lake and stag

Canada is one of the most popular travel destinations – for a good reason. It amazes with spectacular scenery and natural wonders but also vibrant cities. From Toronto’s cosmopolitan streets to the Canadian Rockies, Canada offers diverse destinations for every taste and travel preference.

If you’re thinking of visiting Canada but don’t know where to start, these are our top picks:

The top 5 Places to Check Out in Canada

Spectacular Niagara Falls

The Niagara Falls are just an hour’s drive from Toronto. The enormous falls drop about 57 meters and you can view them at an astonishingly close distance. The pace at which the river falls produces a misty fog and you can hear an unmistakable roar from miles away. This natural attraction has millions of visitors every year.

Impressive CN Tower

Toronto’s CN Tower is one of Canada’s renowned landmarks besides being one of the tallest structures worldwide with a height of 553 meters. It provides fine dining in the revolving restaurant where you can enjoy meals while looking out over the lake and city.

Stunning Banff National Park

Banff National Park lies in the center of the magnificent Rocky Mountains in Alberta province and has some of the most stunning scenery in Canada. You can easily access snow-capped peaks, turquoise green lakes, and glaciers in the spectacular park.

One of the park’s highlights is Lake Louise where you’ll find green waters reflecting the adjacent mountains. Take a stroll around the shores and take it all in.

Beautiful Whistler

The famous ski resort is a two-hour drive from Vancouver. Although Whistler has always been a significant area for winter sports, it has become a popular destination over summer as well, offering mountain biking, golf, and a vibrant atmosphere during the year.

Bustling Quebec City

North America’s oldest walled city combines European sophistication and charm together with its distinctive Canadian French character. It’s also home to the iconic Chateau Frontenac and a world-renowned winter carnival.