Canada Quick Travel Guide
With a travel rating of 74%, Canada's range of physical attributes and cultural diversity make it unique in the world today. While technically owing allegiance to the Queen of England, in reality the entire eastern portion of the country is more in line with Paris. There's no better place to witness this than in Old Town Québec, where the blending of cultures seems more in line with Europe than the "new world". But perhaps the thing that draws most visitors to Canada is the famous winter wonderland that blankets the country for much of the year. So whether it's ice hockey, skiing or snowboarding, or ice fishing, it's all waiting for you. In addition, you'll also have the rare opportunity to witness an array of Arctic wildlife in such places as Banff and Auyuittuq National Parks. However, this still only scratches the surface of the proverbial iceberg as the West calls from such places as Calgary and perhaps the most livable city in the world, Vancouver. With all of this to offer, it's hard to imagine why we all just don't move to Canada, eh?
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As perhaps the most scenic railway journey in the world, Canada's Rocky Mountaineer winds through some of North America's most beautiful and pristine alpine scenery. With a series of glass carriages, the views are out of this wor....
Ski the white powder of Canada's Whistler Mountain, host for many 2010 Winter Olympics events, and one of the most popular ski resorts in all of North America. The mountain is named for the whistling call of the native marmots, a....
Step aboard the Maid of the Mist and take a trip into the spray at the base of Niagara Falls, one of the most recognized waterfalls in the world. Located on the border between the United States and Canada, it draws some 12 millio....
Lose yourself in Stanley Park, an oasis of wilderness along English Bay in fantastic Vancouver, Canada. This thousand acres of forests, contains trees that stand over 75 meters tall (~250 ft), has over a hundred miles of trails....
Climb to the top of Canada's CN Tower and stare down at the streets of Toronto far below. While technically no longer the tallest structure in the world, it still packs quite a punch. One the coolest things for the non-faint-....
Imagine how the other half must have lived with a visit to Château Frontenac, a grand hotel located in Québec heralds a bygone era of luxury and opulence. First opened for business in 1893, it has transformed itself from a hav....
|Coordinates:||60 00 N, 95 00 W|
|Main Languages:||English, French|
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- Location: Canada