With the reopening of Canada's borders on the 7th of September, vaccinated tourists from all over the world can now travel to Canada. Canada is a popular travel destination at any time of the year in winter as well as in summer, its varied cities and landscapes make it a dream destination for all travel enthusiasts!
We take you to the five most popular cities in Canada, get ready for a colorful trip!
Montreal offers the perfect symbiosis of French and Canadian culture. In Montreal, there is always something to do or to see, between Downtown which is the business district teeming with people, but also with art or the hill of Mont Royal which offers a magnificent view on the whole city while being surrounded with nature.
The city appeals to nature lovers as well as to those who like to live in a large and active city. In addition to enjoying an active metropolis, it is easy to get out of the city and into the vast green nature of Quebec. The city is crossed by the St. Lawrence River which passes through the city connecting the great lakes of Canada to the Atlantic Ocean. It is impressive because it is the second strongest current in the world after the Amazon! It is possible to see the river up close by boat to see the strong current in the middle of it. Real thrills guaranteed!
Vancouver is the capital of British Columbia, the flagship state of Canada known for its nature and mountains worthy of the most beautiful postcards of Canada. Vancouver is a popular city for tourists and expatriates alike. The city is often the scene of many film shoots because of its striking resemblance to large American cities. It is also the most cosmopolitan city in the country and is full of all kinds of cultural activities such as exhibitions and museums, theatres, andalternative cinemas.
It is a unique city that is impossible not to visit once you get to the Canadian West Coast. The best part is that in Vancouver, winter and summer are not as harsh as on the East Coast, making it an ideal year-round destination** for moderate weather enthusiasts.
The capital of Canada, Ottawa, although less known to the general public than other major Canadian cities, such as Vancouver or Montreal, is home to the headquarters of the Canadian government! The city in the state of Ontario is only a two-hour drive from Montreal!
In Ottawa, you can walk around and admire the Canadian Parliament Hill which is as majestic as an English castle. But that's not all, another major attraction of the city is the Rideau Canal, which is a waterway declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its unique charm. The canal is rated by boats of all kinds and by the world absorbing the sun on the side so good to live in summer. But in winter, the frozen canal gives way to a life-size skating rink which makes it the largest natural skating rink in the world as it stretches over 7 km! Local Canadian experience guaranteed!
Located four hours by car from Ottawa is the capital of Ontario, Toronto. Toronto is Canada's most populous city. The city offers a wide range of things to do and see as the metropolis is so active, between skyscrapers and national parks, you can also enjoy both nature with the large green trees typical of Canada and at the same time enjoy the city teeming with people and activities with modern buildings as far as the eye can see. Toronto is located on Lake Ontario, which offers magnificent views of the water from the skyscrapers.
The city of Quebec is unique in Canada and is a testament to the country's European cultural heritage. Once in Quebec City, you will find yourself immersed in the city's narrow streets lined with buildings made of exposed stone as seen in Europe, but which are at least ordinary in Canada!
With its air of Montmartre crossed with a city of the great north, Quebec City offers magnificent views and many restaurants where you can eat local dishes like 'la poutine' for example! In summer as well as in winter the city offers magnificent typical Canadian fairy scenes for all visitors passing through the city.