Canada's financial hub and the biggest city in Canada, Toronto has wonderful shopping, sights, museums, nightlife and atmosphere. By far the cleanest city in Canada, Toronto has outdoor activities just a few hours away by car. For more information see our guide to Toronto
The biggest city in Quebec and a vibrant cosmopolitan city, Montreal has culture, nightlife and outdoor activities for all. The locals speak and understand both French and English and love to have a good time through to the wee hours of the morning. See our Montreal Travel Guide
Vancouver is a coastal city set within mountains in the province of British Columbia. Although quite expensive relative to other Canadian cities, Vancouver's beauty is unforgettable. Read our guide on traveling to Vancouver
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Ottawa is the nation's capital and you can find more information about visiting Ottawa
The capital of the Province of Quebec and one of the oldest cities in Canada. Find more info on Quebec and tips about traveling to Quebec City
Alpine lakes, glaciers, fantastic views are all to be had here in the Rockies situated in both Alberta and British Columbia. The major sights are Lake Louise, Banff National Park.
An hour and a half out of the city of Toronto and you are at the world famous Niagara Falls. Situated on the border with the United States, Niagara Falls is definitely more enjoyable on the Canadian side. You can walk under the falls for a price or wager some money at the Casino nearby in town.
Muskoka is the name given to an area about 3 hours drive north of Toronto on highway 60. The area is renowned for it's plethora of lakes, canoe trails, hiking, scenery and serves as a major summer holiday destination for Torontonians, with their exclusive cottages, and foreigners alike in the many resorts. The main towns are Bracebridge, Huntsville and Gravenhurst.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario is the largest in the province and the perfect image of the Great Canadian Outdoors. Located about a 3 hour drive from Toronto, the park is popular for it's great canoe routes, hiking, boating and fishing in the summer months while in winter cross-country skiing, ice-fishing and dog sledding or mushing are great activities to experience a winter wonderland. Pick up your supplies in Huntsville before entering Algonquin Park.
Banff National Park and Jasper Park are just two of the country's more popular parks with spectacular scenery found nowhere else in the world.