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15+ Must Visit Places And Cities In Canada

If you love abundance and diversity, Canada has plenty to offer. Be it marvelous landscapes, incredible natural wonders, amazing wildlife, vibrant culture, or friendly people, this country will never let you down.
Sucheta Pradhan Jun 9, 2020
Thinking of visiting Canada this vacation season? We have compiled a list of some of the must-visit places and cities for you to visit there.
#1: Niagara Falls
One of the most iconic natural attractions of the world, the Niagara Falls will enchant you the second you set foot on the viewing deck.
Marvel at the glory of this 188-foot waterfall and feel the mist on your faces. Be it a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a solo trip, you just cannot miss visiting this place while in Canada!
#2: Banff
If luxury is your thing, then the pristine mountain town of Banff in Alberta is the place to go. Sitting at the foothills of beautiful Canadian Rockies, this town is completely surrounded by natural beauty.
Spend a weekend skiing or hiking at Banff National Park or enjoy the lavishness of the opulent hotels and spas in town. This place is simply luxury redefined!
#3: Vancouver
If you love the outdoors, head to Vancouver, the bustling city in Canada’s British Columbia. Spend a day skiing on the Grouse Mountain or take a swim at the Kitsilano Beach.
The city boasts plenty of awe-inspiring cultural attractions, including museums, theaters, art galleries, and outdoor markets. on’t miss visiting this city, especially if you’re traveling with your family.
#4: Toronto
If you want to have a grand urban Canadian experience, Toronto is the place to be. Home to several cultural and ethnic diasporas, this quintessential Canadian city will amaze you every step of the way.
Catch the panoramic view from the top of the 1,815-foot-tall CN Tower and head to the Hockey Hall of Fame to learn the history of ice hockey.
Don’t miss tasting some gourmet food at the St. Lawrence Market!
#5: Ottawa
If you’re looking for a place that offers the best of both worlds, visit Ottawa. Canada’s mighty capital city has something in store for every kind of visitor.
With Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica and Parliament Hill to engage the history and sightseeing buffs, and ByWard Market to satisfy the foodie in you, Ottawa will never disappoint. Don’t forget to go shopping at some of the funky boutiques in the city!
#6: Quebec City
If you want to experience some real French vibe in Canada, make your way to Quebec City. The charming city boasts several 17th- and 18th-century buildings, which make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site named ‘Old Quebec’.
Take a leisurely stroll across the cobblestone streets of Quartier Petit Champlain, the city’s famous commercial zone boasting state-of-the-art boutiques, cafés, and French bakeries.
#7: Whistler
A top-notch destination for adventure seekers, Whistler is a Canadian resort town that offers 360-degree picturesque views of the Whistler Mountain.
Indulge in skiing, snowboarding, and bungee jumping. Also, take a walk across Whistler village and engage with the locals. If you’re visiting in summer, head to Brandywine Falls Provincial Park to see the 230-foot waterfall.
#8: Vancouver Island
Famous for its wineries and abundance of marine wildlife, including orca whales, Vancouver Island, located off Canada’s Pacific Coast, has to be on your Canada travel itinerary.
Take a weekend trip to Victoria, British Columbia’s capital that sits on the island’s southern tip.
This vibrant city boasts Canada’s British heritage, which comes out clearly through its rich colonial architecture.
#9: Jasper National Park
A haven for adventure seekers, Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. With awe-inspiring scenery and amazing wildlife, this place certainly makes a mark.
Take a hike through the Maligne Canyon, go whitewater rafting in the Athabasca River or enjoy the bird’s-eye view of Canadian Rockies from the Jasper SkyTram – this park will never cease to impress.
#10: Prince Edward Island
For those looking for a calm and relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of urbanity, Prince Edward Island comes across as the great destination.
With beautiful red sandstone cliffs, rolling green hills, and delicious seafood, this place will definitely appeal to your senses.
Walk on the serene beach or take a swing at one of the island’s golf courses – your visit here will be extremely memorable.
#11: Tofino
Tofino is a surfing capital of British Columbia on Vancouver islands. Sandy beaches with year-round surfing facilities include Cox Bay, Chesterman Beach and popular Long Beach
Pacific rim national park, part of long beach is beautiful place to visit in Tofino, BC
#12: Yellowknife
Yellowknife is the capital city of Canada’s Northwest Territories. This city is famous for views of the northern lights, lakes, Ingraham Trail, & a heritage center
#13: Yoho National Park Of Canada
Yoho National Park is in the Rocky Mountains, in eastern British Columbia. It is famous for Wapta Falls, and towering Takakkaw Falls, wonderful lakes and trails.
#14: Montreal
Montreal is the largest city in Canada's Québec province. It is famous for Museum of Fine Arts,  International Jazz Festival, Comedy Festival and Gardens. Mt Royal is the popular destination of Montreal.
#15: Kelowna
Kelowna is a city in the south of Canada’s British Columbia province. It is lakeside known for beaches & outdoor recreation, vineyards, parks & mountain parks.