1. Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada’s third largest city has found the keys to attracting a traveling community that loves outdoor experiences in relation to its lush natural environment. Here, bike tours, wild walks, kayak rides and during the season, days pass between ski resorts.
2. Toronto, Ontario
Ultra-modern and convenient; Cosmopolitan and loving, and inevitably global, the capital of Ontario, where more than 140 different languages are spoken, has transformed its extraordinary multicultural character into a unique and indescribable tourist attraction.
3. Montreal, Quebec
On the banks of the St. Lawrence River, Montreal brings together common themes of its French descent – charming squares, stone alleys and a Gothic cathedral – with some avant-garde gastronomic, cultural and entertainment offers on the continent.
4. Quebec City, Quebec
Beautiful, romantic and endlessly illuminating, Quebec City feels like a lost little European city in North America. During the winter months, the city becomes a real Christmas postcard.
5. Banff National Park, Alberta
In Canada’s oldest national park – declared in 1885 – adventures are subject to the wishes of the season: monumental snow-capped mountains, hundreds of species of animals, dazzling turquoise lakes, this is the perfect place. Admire nature in freedom.
By Domingo Alvarez
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