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Canada has always enjoyed a huge popularity as a tourist destination. The world famous natural beauty (Niagara Falls, the imposing mountain landscape in Banff National Parks and Jasper (Jasper), etc.), but also cities with a tradition such as Quebec and Montreal and the vibrant development of cities including Toronto , Calgary (Calgary), Edmonton and Vancouver (Vancouver) with an exceptional example of modern architecture, are worth traveling.

Canada has something for every tourist – for those who enjoy walking around the city center, for lovers of nature and wildlife, or for those who are looking for adventure. Canada is the second largest country in the world and occupies the northern part of North America. It extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and has six time zones. Canada has two great cultures and two languages, French and English. Canada belongs to the leading economic nations of the world.

The enormous wealth of minerals and plant resources, fertile land for agriculture and forestry, along with the enormous potential of hydroelectric power plants, has contributed to Canada becoming one of the world’s leading economic powers. Practically all minerals of essential importance for the modern industry can be distinguished in Canada. The capital of Canada is Ottawa¬† and the official currency is the Canadian dollar.

When to travel to Canada?

You can visit Canada at any time of the year, but most people come flying when the temperatures are pleasant and most of the activities take place outside. However, what constitutes “summer” varies depending on the region. In southern Canada, this generally refers to the period from the end of May to the beginning of September.

In the northern region, however, the year begins only in mid-June, and ends, often suddenly, with the first snow in early or mid-September.

In most areas, from March to May and from September to October, there are fewer tourists, and it is often time surprisingly pleasant. Autumn is a great opportunity to visit Canada, because the forests then receive a spectacular cloak of different colors. Canadian winters are long, cold and dark. Most of the attractions are closed, and your research is quite limited to ski resorts and cities. Quebec City , Toronto and Winnipeg  are among the cities hosting large winter carnivals.

What to visit in Canada?

Toronto – The capital city of the Canadian province of Ontario is located on the northwest coast of Lake Ontario. Here you will find modern skyscrapers, the tallest television tower in the world and a large sports hall known as the Rogers Center (Rogers Center). Toronto is an ethnically diverse city consisted of the nations originally from Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Caribbean. One of the two Toronto citizens was born elsewhere. Toronto is a literary, artistic and musical city. In September, the International Film Festival in Toronto, then red carpet, street festivals, rock concerts, exhibitions and dances are on the scene. The kitchen is multicultural as well as its population.

Niagara Falls – Located in the far south of the province of Ontario, where the waters of the Iri Lake fall almost 60 meters to Lake Ontario. Niagara Falls are among the largest, most beautiful and certainly the most famous waterfalls in the world. They represent the state border between America and Canada. Waterfalls look fantastic on one side and on the other, although the Canadian side provides a better view. On a sunny day you can see the long, created by the waterfalls themselves. Day or night and regardless of the season, waterfalls are always there and nice to watch. Annually, 14 million visitors come to enjoy them. Even in winter, when the flow is partially reduced and the edges are fairly frozen, water extravagance is not reduced. Very rarely, the waterfall stops completely. This happened for the first time on Easter in 1848 when the ice completely blocked the flow. The pious villagers were scared that the end of the world was near …

Vancouver – Commercial capital of British Columbia, located in the extreme southwest corner of Canada, just 40km from the US border. It has the reputation of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Vancouver has a relatively smooth and mild climate throughout the year and a beautiful environment, large parks, green areas and rich cultural life.

Montreal – The second largest city in Canada, and the second largest city of the French speaking world in the world and the capital of the province of Quebec (Quebec). Montreal is located on the largest of the 234 islands, which comprise the Hochelaga archipelago in the River St Lawrence. The heart of the city is Ile de Montreal, at the confluence of the Ottawa River and Saint Lorraine, located on the slopes of the ancient Mont-Royal volcano. Officially founded in 1642. Montreal is one of the most important cities in North America. During the day it shines with European charm, and evening nightlife is simply occupying her creativity. Perhaps the best way to explore this city is to get into a crowd and let it guide you. No matter what you do, you will definitely have an irresistible desire to return to your end by the end of your stay.

Banff National Park – The oldest national park in Canada with phenomenal landscapes. Dramatic mountains, glaciers, high sea lakes and fast rivers make it one of the most beautiful places on the planet. If there is a fault, then it is that everyone knows the beauty of this national park and can be a big crowd.

Jasper National Park – Founded in 1907, the largest national park in the Canadian part of the Rocky Mountains. Its glittering glaciers, plenty of wildlife, crystal-clear lakes, thunderous waterfalls, deep canyons and eternally green forests all surrounded by high, robust mountain peaks are just some of the reasons to visit Jasper.

Queen Charlotte Islands – or the increasingly popular name of Haida Gwaii, makes a magical journey. The attention is focused on many unique species of flora and fauna, which are so popularly known as the Canadian Galapagos. Trees of spruce and cedar are some of the largest in the world. In the midst of this poorly populated, wild and rainy place, there are gullible eagles, bears and many other wild animals. Sea abounds with sea lions and orcs.

Tofino – Tofino is a paradise of western Canada. It is characterized by hills of temperate areas, abundance of wild animals, long clear sandy beaches, surfing and amazing people. Tofino is one of the few places in the world, not only because of the rainforest, but also because of the fact that it is located at the end of the peninsula where the world famous Rome National Park is located. When you arrive to Tofino quickly, you will see why this is truly a destination for world class holidays. Beauty abounds at every step. You may want to walk in the rainforest, stay in one of the clean and quiet beaches, go hiking or paddle kayak to the Broken Island group and campsite in complete isolation.

Inuvik – Arctic Circle settlement on the Mackenzie Delta. It was built between 1955 and 1961 during exploration of oil and gas, and replaced Aklavik, which was poorly located and prone to flooding. Today, Inuvik is a trading, administrative and supply center for the Western Arctic. There is an airport, several schools and a hospital. As the country is permanently frozen, any form of construction presents significant technical problems. All communal lines of supply must be placed above the ground and houses built on the pillars to prevent the melting of eternal ice, which would result in soil sinking.