Practically known around the world as a lively multicultural exciting place to visit and live. It is the capital of the province of Ontario. It is within walking distance of several other major cities, such as Ottawa and Montreal. There is much to see and do in this bustling city. Boasting 11 historic museums, it is known to have the longest street in the world, but is the most famous for CN Tower. Once here, do not forget to visit the family-oriented Ontario Place. Annual events such as the Canadian National Exhibition. The unique upcoming event, which runs from July to October, is the Toronto Chinese Lantern Festival, the second in size to Asia itself. Toronto is a place you will definitely want to visit.
The junction of three beautiful rivers can be found in the capital of Canada known as Ottawa. This beautiful city is just 4 hours from Toronto and even closer to Montreal. There are many things you can see here, but some of the most important features here are in the field. Places such as Rideau Falls and the world-famous Niagara Falls. Do not miss a visit to the Royal Canadian Mint. You will find it very interesting and informative. There is something going on in Ottawa, such as the upcoming August music festivals or the change of guards, also in August. If you are planning to travel to this city, consider visiting the Canadian Christmas lights in December.
Find the St. Lawrence and Ottawa and discover the city of Montreal actually located on the island. This beautiful site belongs to the province of Quebec. A short drive by city route takes you to Ottawa or Laval. This picturesque city is renamed to the annual "Who's the Real Santa Claus" exhibition and its unique collection of nativity scenes from around the world. At that time, you will certainly not miss the Damoiselle tour, an event running until December 16, 2008. This is an exhibition that surrounds the history of co-founder of Montreal. The upcoming annual event that you can count on is the Montreal Highlights.
Travel to western Quebec and discover the lively city of Laval. Located on the southern bank of the St.Lawrence River. You can easily reach Montreal or Quebec. One of the main attractions of this city is the Symposium de peinture et de sculpture de sainte-rose. Art Celebration. If you are planning a trip to this beautiful Canadian city, make sure you plan the Journees de la culture tour that took place in September. This is a magnificent artistic and cultural festival. Do not be disappointed by visiting thousands of island parks. Laval is really the city you can visit to unwind or decide to attend, some of the exciting events you can offer
An interesting place to visit the city of Quebec in the province of Quebec. Located in the main national region, it is known as one of the oldest cities in North America. It's just a 145-mile trip from Montreal and is near Ottawa. Its summer festival and exciting winter carnival quickly became famous. It is a number of excellent museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Civilization. While there is definitely a visit to Montmorency Falls. Instead of real breathing. If time permits, visit Historical Lock Frontenac.
If we go east to the eastern prairie of Canada, we will be Winnipeg, the capital city of Manitoba. Often called "the gate to the west". For sightseeing you can easily find Saskatchewan just 330 miles away. One of them must see an adventure when "The Forks" is in Winnipeg. It is in the places of the historic Red and Assinboine rivers. The annual event, which everyone should attend at least once, is the Festival du Voyageur. This is the largest winter festival in Canada. Winnipeg is also proud of having the world's longest skating rink. A certain crowd of joy is the upcoming Ukrainian festival 3 day celebration.
When you think of Canada, one of the first cities to come here is Calgary. Home of the famous Calgary Stampede. This city is located at the southern end of the province of Alberta. It would not be unthinkable to plan a visit to neighboring cities like Edmonton or Banff. In addition to Calgary Stampede, the city also hosts their annual folk music festival, Calgary's main event and visitors alike. Do not miss the Canadian Rockies. Calgary is also pleased to boast of having one of the fastest long skating rinks in the world. This is really a sight.
For exciting and sometimes excursions, consider Edmonton. This is the capital of Alberta and is located on the North Saskatchewan River. The fact that there are no big cities in real proximity proxies is not a real problem because Edmonton has a lot to offer. Every year, this city hosts the Edmonton Klondike Festival Days and the Jazz City. Action for the whole family. For those who are interested in sightseeing, do not miss a visit to the largest shopping mall in North America – The Edmonton Mall. Then there is also the historic Fort Edmonton Park. If you plan to visit Edmonton in the near future, they plan to visit the Edmonton International Fringe Theater Festival.
If you want to visit the beauty spot, consider the largest city in Saskatchewan, sometimes Saskatoon. Being within walking distance of Moose Jaw and Regina, this is the perfect place to include in your holiday plans. They quickly become known for their annual Karting event, the Western Canadian Championship Series. Keep in mind the upcoming events of Re-Inventors Exhibit and Shakespeare at the Saskatchewan festival. If you are interested in seeing, then plan a visit to the Western Development Museum. To change the speed, stop "Berry Barn". An ideal family trip would be a trip to Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo.
Victoria BC is known as the center of activities. This city is the capital of British Columbia and is located on the southern tip of the island of Vancouver. Vancouver is the closest big city. There are numerous annual events throughout the year. For example, there is a popular Pacific Rim Whale Festival or Dragon Boat Race. The action that is worth seeing is the upcoming adventure game, ideal for sporting thinking. Make sure you plan to visit Butchart gardens and include whale watching if time permits. You must see in Victoria that Goose Trail Galloping is.
If life at sea is interesting then you will not want to miss a visit to Halifax. The capital city of Nova Scotia and the largest city in the Atlantic provinces. There is an endless amount of activities in this city. It has become world-famous for the history of the Halifax Citadel. So far, the Naval Museum in the Atlantic has become popular. The constant event that adds to the atmosphere of this city is Murphy's Water, a combination of boat trips and cuisine. In the near future, Halifax will feature Halifax Highland, the Scottish festival and the international tattoo.
If you are traveling to the southeastern part of New Brunswick, you will come to the exciting city of Moncton. Although this city is an endless center of activity, you can visit the nearby town of Dieppe. All of the tourist areas and attractions include the Fundy Bay. You will witness large tidal waves. Then point to Rocks Park. If you want to talk about returning home, do not forget to include a visit to the world-famous Magnetic Hill. Moncton organizes annual Atlantic Seafood Festival. In the near future, they will have their world wine and food exhibitions.
Source by Saima Sultana