After the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) collapsed, Canada became the world’s second-largest country by landmass after Russia and despite a considerable territory area within these countries are tundra land, Canada is a popular tourist destination for both visitors from its neighbour country (USA) and anyone around the world.
Canada is situated in northern North America bordering with the United States in the south, the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Pacific Ocean in the West and the Arctic Ocean in the north. Historically Canada’s the first settlements took place thousand years ago, time at which researchers believe the Bering Strait was connected to Asia.
However, after its historical timeline, Canada is a parliamentary democracy of the British Crown that preserves the French culture and language of the early French Expeditions arriving at the country along with British surveying the region, providing to modern Canada multicultural settings that can be observed throughout different cities and towns.
Top Tourist Destinations Cities in Canada
When it comes to visiting Canada, keep in mind the following cities that are considered among the top tourist Canadian destinations to enjoy unforgettable vacations time:
Bordering with the city of New York in the United States, the Niagara Falls, in the province of Ontario, are a natural phenomenon attracting visitors from around the world. Best known as a honeymoon destination, Niagara Falls is a top-notch destination with an exciting nightlife, sightseeing and adventure opportunities.
Besides the waterfall, Niagara Falls has a popular Fallsview Casino and long-time running traditional tours including Marineland and the Maid of the Mist tour. At Niagara Falls, expect to find world-class resorts and small bed and breakfast facilities that invite to adopt this place like a dreaming retreat.
Situated in the province of Quebec, Montréal is perhaps the most French city in Canada. The city of Montreal is a busy place where dining, shopping and enjoying the French heritage of the city in every street are just a few of those delightful activities that visitors can find at this place.
Montreal is located between the St. Laurent River (St. Lawrence) and Rivière des Prairies, home to the Olympic Games of 1976, the city keeps the memories of the event in many building including the Olympic Stadium, although there are many other attractions such as the Underground City complex downtown and its main festivals.
Vancouver is the largest city in the province of British Columbia, facing the Pacific Ocean. This coastal city offers a wide array of outdoor activities thanks to its privileged location surrounded by Mountains and water streams that amalgamated with climate are the ideal setting for skiing at the famous Whistler/Blackcomb ski resort.
However, there are countless opportunities for shopping and dining on Granville Street. Otherwise, Vancouver invites visitors to hiking trails, take a guided museums tour, or enjoy the events and festivals taking place all year long.