10 Beat place visit in Canada

Awe-inspiring scenery, vibrant cities and a welcoming atmosphere all make Canada a popular tourist destination. As the largest country in North America, Canada
is a vast land encompassing majestic mountains, virgin forests, spacious prairies and Arctic tundra.

While much of th

Number 10.

Calgary. The largest city in Alberta, Calgary is situated between the Canadian Prairies and the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. After oil was discovered
nearby in the early 1900s, Calgary boomed into what is now one of Canadas largest metropolitan areas, attracting thousands every year to its world-famous
rodeo event, the Calgary Stampede. This Old West celebration is held over ten
days in July with rodeos, chuckwagon races, parades, competitions, crafts and food.

Number 9.

Ottawa. Located at the confluence of the Ottawa, Gatineau and Rideau rivers in southeastern Ontario, Ottawa is the capital of Canada. As the nations capital,
Ottawa is home to many financial, commercial and federal establishments including Parliament Hill, the government seat where the ceremonial Changing
of the Guard takes place daily during the summer. Running right through the heart of the city, the Rideau Canal is Ottawas star attraction.
In winter the canal becomes the worlds largest ice skating ring.

Number 8.

Whistler. Thanks to a couple of spectacular mountains called Whistler and Blackcomb, the Whistler resort is the largest and most famous alpine ski destination in
North America. Located in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Whistler is a two-hour trip from Vancouver along Canadas most scenic drive, the Sea-to-Sky
Highway. At the base of the two mountains are three quaint villages, Whistler Village, Creekside and Upper Village. The Peak 2 Peak gondola transports visitors
from the villages to the mountains.

Number 7.

Vancouver Island. Vancouver Island, named after the British explorer George Vancouver, is the largest island off the West Coast of the North American
continent. Located across from Washington State, it is accessible by ferry through the San Juan Islands from Anacortes, from Port Angeles on the states
Olympic Peninsula, or from Vancouver on mainland British Columbia. Vancouver Island is famous for the quaint
city of Victoria, the gorgeous Butchart Gardens, the surf town of Tofino and the wilderness in the north, where one can catch a ferry
to Prince Rupert, and another to Alaska from there.

Number 6.

Quebec City. Quebec City may be the capital of the Quebec province in eastern Canada, but its French heritage, architecture and language make it
appear more like a charming European village. Perched on a hill overlooking the St. Lawrence River is Vieux Quebec, the citys historic

district. A walk along the cobblestone streets of the Old City offers encounters with attractions like the Citadel and the Place-Royale, the
area where explorer, Samuel de Camplain, established the first North American-French settlement. The citys icon, the stunning Chateau Frontenac,
is regarded as the most photographed hotel in North America and offers tours even without an overnight stay.

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Number 5.

Toronto. The capital of Ontario, Toronto is the most populated city in Canada as well as one of the largest cities in North America. With a large number of ethnic
districts like Chinatown, Little India and Little Italy, Toronto is also one of the worlds most culturally diverse cities. The citys main tourist draws
range from impressive landmarks such as the iconic CN Tower and the fairy tale castle of Casa Loma. Additionally, the Toronto Islands are a popular
destination with beaches and outdoor activities.

Number 4.

Montreal. The second largest city in Canada after Toronto,Montreal is the cultural and financial capital of the Quebec province. Boasting the largest
French-speaking community outside of Paris, France, Montreal is a bustling metropolis comprised of a downtown district, a historic quarter, entertainment district

and several distinctive neighborhoods. Montreals main sights include downtown skyscrapers like the Olympic Tower, the historic buildings of Old Montreal and
several family attractions like theme and water parks.

Number 3.

Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls is a series of three awe-inspiring waterfalls situated on the border of Canadas Ontario and the United States New York. The Ontario
side of the Falls is called Horseshoe Falls and offers the best views and most attractions. The immediate area surrounding the Falls is
a premier tourist spot teeming in observation towers, restaurants, souvenir shops, casinos and high-rise hotels. One of the best places to view the Niagara
Falls on the Ontario side is from Queen Victoria Park where the Falls are illuminated and fireworks are displayed nightly during the summer.

Number 2.

Banff National Park. Located in the province of Alberta, the Banff National Park is not only Canadas first national park, but also one of the nations
largest and most visited national parks. The parks breathtaking scenery and wildlife draw many tourists every year along the Trans-Canada
Highway, which passes through the park. Banff National Parks large concentration of wildlife includes mammals like black bears,
grizzly bears, bison, moose, wolves and bald eagles.

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Vancouver. Situated between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean in British Columbia, Vancouver is favored for its majestic landscapes that
present a natural playground where tourists can swim in the ocean, rollerblade through scenic parks and snow ski in the mountains

all in one day. The third largest metropolitan area in the country, Vancouver is one of the most poplar