From Quebec’s 19th century cafes filled with the smell of fresh croissant to Churchill, the polar bear capital of the world, there are no shortage of exhilarating places to visit in Canada.
Plan your trip of a lifetime with our curated guide.
Charming and gregarious, Canada’s handsome capital is one of the best places in the country to visit with kids.
A tour of the elaborate Gothic Parliament buildings which soar above downtown is a must, while the city’s many parks and gardens are the perfect place to appreciate the changing seasons.
Come winter, skate on the Rideau Canal and escape the cold in the National Museum of Canada, a futuristic treasure trove made of pink granite and sparkling glass towers.
This West coast seaport is a regular on ‘the world’s most attractive cities’ lists for a reason.
Cradled between snowy mountains, idyllic seascapes and forest wildernesses, it is a cosmopolitan hub with a thriving arts scene and dazzling historic architecture.
There are countless cultural things to do in Vancouver and you’ll find lashings of inspiration with our comprehensive city guide.
Perching on Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore, achingly-cool Toronto is the most multiculturally diverse city on the planet.
One of the best things to do in Toronto in June is a leisurely art tour of West Queen West, Toronto’s hippest hood. Enjoy the spring sunshine as you pop into galleries like Propeller and the Birch Contemporary and keep your eyes peeled for bright splashes of street art.
Feeling brave? Try the EdgeWalk at the CN Tower, which is 356 metres above the city…
If you prefer your thrills of the culinary variety you’re in luck, because there are more fantastic places to eat in Toronto than any other city in Canada.
There are so many things to see in Banff, located bang in the middle of Canada’s very first national park, that there is no best time to visit.
In summer, glide through ultramarine lakes on canoes as eagles soar over head and in winter experience the thrills of Lake Louise’s ski slopes. Find more inspiration with our ultimate Banff ski guide.
Be sure to catch the Banff Gondola to the summit of Sulphur Mountain for epic views over the Rocky Mountains.
Turn up the speakers and get your dancing shoes on for a trip to Montreal, the music capital of Canada.
Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Arcade Fire and Neil Young are just a few of its gifts to the world and a visit to Downtown’s many music venues is still one of the top 10 things to do in Montreal.
Expect crooked pubs and 18th century buildings contrasted with the best cultural and arts scene in the country… Throw in the fact that the ski slopes of Bromant and Le Massif are a short drive away and you’ll begin to see why Montreal is regularly voted one of the most livable cities in the world