Top Tourist Destinations in Canada

Niagara Falls

1. Niagara Falls, Ontario

The city of Niagara Falls is located on the western bank of the Niagara River in the Golden Horseshoe region of Southern Ontario. . Niagara Falls is one of the world's major tourist destinations. Niagara Falls attracts millions of tourists every year.

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Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in Canada and perhaps in the world. Located between the Pacific Coastal mountains and the Pacific Ocean, filled with trees and huge park lands, Vancouver is home to some of Canada 's best kept beaches overlooked by high rise office buildings and apartment complexes.

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3. Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa, the capital of Canada is an ideal choice for a weekend getaway. It is a compact, planned center of culture and politics. It has been described as one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. The Ottawa Region, covering an area 4,662 square kilometres (1,800 square miles) in size. It offers a wide variety of urban attractions: many of Canada's best museums and cultural facilities, as well as the Parliament Buildings...

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4. Toronto, Ontario

Ontario is very diverse in landscape and scenery. Each region of the province offers unique discoveries and attractive destinations, including great festivals and events, unique attractions, and exceptional shopping and dining facilities. You may explore some of Ontario's most iconic scenery in our national parks and experience historic waterways and scenic lakes. Ontario's urban centres guarantee world-class, big city excitement, while small towns offer...

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5. Victoria, British Columbia

The capital city of British Columbia, Victoria has many historic buildings and some of the most fascinating museums in Western Canada. The city benefits from one of Canada's mildest climates, which allows its residents to pursue outdoor pleasures all year round.

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Quebec City

6. Quebec City, Quebec

Quebec city is the capital of the province Quebec. Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985 as the 'Historic District of Old Québec'. The city's famous landmarks include the Château Frontenac and La Citadelle, The National Assembly of Quebec, the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec and Museum of Civilization.

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7. Calgary, Alberta

The sophisticated city that grew out of the Canadian West, Calgary balances the modern and the traditional with pioneer charm. For the full western experience, show up in time for the annual Calgary Stampede, complete with rodeos. Year-round you'll find abundant shopping, dining and nightlife; a short drive away are some of Canada's finest national parks.

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8. Montreal, Quebec

Montreal is a city in the province of Quebec. It is the largest city in the province, the second-largest in Canada. Montreal's population was 1,649,519 as of 2011. The official Language of Montreal is French. It remains an important centre of commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, gaming, film and world affairs.

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Banff, Alberta

9. Banff, Alberta

Banff Lake Louise is a family oriented place, so virtually all the activities and events around the region are great for kids and parents. Choose your entertainment, your adventure, when you’re visit Banff Lake Louise. Enjoy whitewater rafting, bike through the prairie, or escape to the cool mountains. Hike, paddle or ride just about anywhere. Fall in love with winter and go skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, snowmobiling and dog sledding.

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10. Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton the “Festival City” of Canada is always celebrating something, from music, film, and theatre, to heritage, food, accordions, dragon boats, and even winter. Edmonton is the capital and second-largest city of Alberta Edmonton began as a Hudson's Bay fur trading post in 1795. Today, it’s a major hub for our energy, mining and biotech industries. West Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping centre in North America with 800+ shops and services, a waterpark, skating rink, marine park, hotel and the world’s biggest indoor amusement park.

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11. Kingston, Ontario

Kingston, Ontario is a small city located in Eastern Ontario. It is located midway between Toronto and Montreal. Kingston is one of the most historic cities in Canada with numerous churches, old buildings and 19th century fortifications. The city provide venues for nightlife such as clubbing and pubbing, and provides weekend escapes for people living in the neighboring cities of Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. There are many historic sites and museums...

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12. Whistler, British Columbia

The resort town of Whistler is about a two hour drive away from Vancouver along one of the most scenic drives you'll ever take - the Sea to Sky Highway. Whistler is most famous as a ski destination - one of the best in the world - and this is thanks to two spectacular mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb that loom a mile above the village and provide over 8000 acres of skiable terrain

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13. Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax is the capital of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. The regional municipality consists of four former municipalities that were amalgamated in 1996; Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford, and the Municipality of Halifax County. it's known for its stunning waterfront, bustling port, and maritime heritage.

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Prince Edward Island

14. Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is a picturesque province in Canada known for its stunning coastal beauty, red sandy beaches, and rolling farmlands. It is the smallest province in Canada both in size and population. The island offers a relaxed pace of life, inviting visitors to enjoy its scenic drives, lighthouses, and delicious seafood, especially its famous lobster and mussels.

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