Most people tend to underestimate Canada, the world’s second-largest country, as a tourist destination. It is big enough to accommodate natural features such as snow-capped mountains, visually-attractive shorelines, arctic tundra, and sizeable prairies. British and French-speaking nationals may predominantly occupy the country, but it also possesses some of North America’s most ethnically diverse communities. Still not convinced? Well, here are the top 10 cities to visit in Canada;
Calgary has beaten the rest of the cities thanks to its natural beauty and historical sites as old as the mid-1900s. The town boasts a 10-day rodeo featuring a parade, bull riding, and a 36-team derby, giving you the chance to enjoy the best experience. If you are not into rodeo, you can look forward to the Old West Festival that runs for 10 days in July along with rodeos.
Being Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, has more than enough to offer tourists than just financial, business, and superstar prime minister. Take a trip to the conjunction of the Ottawa, Gatineau, and Rideau streams in the southeastern Ontario to enjoy the cities unique landmarks. Get prepared to enjoy the Rideau Canal, Skateway, the world’s biggest skating rink.
Are you enthusiastic about nature? If yes, take a trip to two or three of the astounding mountains known as Whistler and Blackcomb. Located in the heart of the coastal hills of British Columbia, the city boasts a Sea-to-Sky Highway. Plan for your trip by booking for accommodation at Whistler resort, Creekside, Whistler Village, and Upper Village, to discover how it feels to move from the villages to the hills.
4. Vancouver Island
Do you know how Vancouver Island came about? Well, it was named after a British explorer George Vancouver thanks to its vast West Coastline features North America continent has ever had. Sitting opposite Washington State, the island is home to stunning features including Olympic Peninsula, on British Columbia terrain. Take a trip to the magnificent Butchart Gardens, the surf town of Tofino and enjoy the Pacific Ocean experience using the ferry to Prince Rupert.