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As the second-largest country in the world, it’s no wonder that Canada has incredibly rich offerings for tourists. Canada travel can include having face-to-face encounters with nature, attending fascinating cultural events, indulging in fine dining–or maybe a little bit of everything. Canada’s English and French influences, alongside its huge immigrant influx, make it one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse countries in the world. Visit Canada for various activity options that range from adventurous outdoor experiences to strolling around quaint neighborhoods. Your schedule can vary tremendously depending on the region and season in which you choose to travel to Canada.

Major Cities in Canada

  • Kitchener, Ontario.
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba.
  • Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Quebec City, Quebec.
  • Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Calgary, Alberta.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia.

 

Kitchener, Ontario 

The City of Kitchener is a city in Southern Ontario, Canada. Located approximately 100 km west of Toronto, Kitchener is the seat of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo. It was the Town of Berlin from 1854 until 1912 and the City of Berlin from 1912 until 1916, both in Waterloo County, Ontario. The Kitchener metropolitan area, which includes the smaller, neighbouring cities of Waterloo to the north and Cambridge to the south, has 523,894 people, making it the tenth largest Census Metropolitan Area in Canada and the fourth largest CMA in Ontario. Kitchener and Waterloo are considered "twin cities" which are often referred to jointly as "Kitchener-Waterloo", although they have separate municipal governments. Including Cambridge, the three cities are known as "the Tri-Cities". All are part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, which was created in 1973, when it replaced Waterloo County, which had been created in 1853. The City of Kitchener covers an area of 136.86 square kilometres and had a population of 233,222 at the time of the 2016 Census. Wikipedia

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg is the capital of the Canadian province of Manitoba. Its heart is The Forks, a historic site at the intersection of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, with warehouses converted to shops and restaurants, plus ample green space dedicated to festivals, concerts and exhibits. Nearby, the Exchange District is known for its well-preserved, early 20th-century architecture and numerous art galleries.

 

Hamilton, Ontario

Hamilton is a Canadian port city on the western tip of Lake Ontario. The Niagara Escarpment, a huge, forested ridge known locally as "the mountain" and dotted with conservation areas and waterfalls, divides the city. The long-distance Bruce Trail runs along the escarpment. HMCS Haida, a naval warship on the city's lakefront, and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in the south, trace Canada's military past.

 

Quebec City, Quebec

Québec City sits on the Saint Lawrence River in Canada's mostly French-speaking Québec province. Dating to 1608, it has a fortified colonial core, Vieux-Québec and Place Royale, with stone buildings and narrow streets. This area is the site of the towering Château Frontenac Hotel and imposing Citadelle of Québec. The Petit Champlain district’s cobblestone streets are lined with bistros and boutiques.

 

Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa is Canada’s capital, in the east of southern Ontario, near the city of Montréal and the U.S. border. Sitting on the Ottawa River, it has at its centre Parliament Hill, with grand Victorian architecture and museums such as the National Gallery of Canada, with noted collections of indigenous and other Canadian art. The park-lined Rideau Canal is filled with boats in summer and ice-skaters in winter.

 

Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton, capital of Canada's Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River. Its past is recreated at Fort Edmonton Park, a living history museum with an 1846 fort and streets from 1885, 1905 and 1920. The city's contemporary landmarks include the Royal Alberta Museum, with aboriginal-culture and natural-history galleries, and the futuristic-looking Art Gallery of Alberta, known for its First Nations art.

 

Calgary, Alberta

Calgary, a cosmopolitan Alberta city with numerous skyscrapers, owes its rapid growth to its status as the centre of Canada’s oil industry. However, it’s still steeped in the western culture that earned it the nickname “Cowtown,” evident in the Calgary Stampede, its massive July rodeo and festival that grew out of the farming exhibitions once presented here.

 

Vancouver, British Columbia

Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains, and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections.

 

Places to Visit

 

 

Flights to Canada 

NYC  Toronto
$270
San Francisco  Vancouver
$287
Las Vegas Ottawa
$324
Boston  Ottawa
$278
Seattle  Vancouver
$221
Providence  Ottawa
$353
Chicago  Toronto
$262
Pittsburg  Toronto
$319
Boise Vancouver
$250
Portland  Calgary
$284
Seattle  Edmonton 
$337
Sacramento Vancouver
$346

*Economy fares ares are round trip, Fares incl. all fuel surcharges, our service fees and taxes. Book 21 days in advance. A minimum Saturday night stay may be required. Displayed fares are based on historical data, are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.

 

 

Hotels in Canada from

     
  • Montreal $87 / Night
  • Toronto $91/ Night
  • Vancouver $67/ Night
       
  • Winnipeg $76/ Night
  • Toronto $97/ Night
  • Edmonton $98/ Night
         
  • Calgary  $77/ Night
  • Ottawa $111/ Night
  • London $157/ Night

* Room Rates does not include hotel taxes and fees including other service charges.