Canada is a country with so much to offer. Many a time, we think that it doesn’t get all the attention it deserves, considering its majestic outdoors, the breathtaking mountains, the endless variety of breathtaking landscapes that make you feel unbelievably small. From this point of view, Canada is the perfect backdrop for memorable, ah-inspiring moments that you look back on as time passes by.
Aside from the great outdoors, Canada’s rich culture definitely shapes its individuality. Being unbelievably diverse, you’ll get the chance to experience diversity in numerous forms: through architecture, cuisine, and arts. With that in mind, we’d like to briefly talk about the main places in Canada that will make you fall in love with this country – if you haven’t already.
Without a doubt, this couldn’t miss from our list, could it? Being situated in a spot of historical importance, between Canada and the United States, Niagara Falls is a landmark. If you were to visit this unique spot in every season, you would be surprised to convey it differently each time. This is what makes it so majestic. That is to say, there’s no such thing as the best or worst time to visit Niagara Falls – quite the contrary, might we add.
This is another surprising Canadian city. In spite of it being the capital of the Quebec Province, it is picturesque, resembling the old charm of a beautiful European village. A simple walk throughout the Old City and its absorbing cobblestone streets will make you fall in love with it. You can make your pick at visiting beautiful attractions with historical meaning such as the Palace-Royale or the Citadel. Quebec comes close to being as picturesque as a typical French village – widely due to its French heritage.
Vancouver, British Columbia
This is another unique spot in Canada, allowing you to do and see anything. Truly, the sky is your limit. You can choose to hike, go boating, camping, or even consider whale-watching if this sounds appealing to you. If you are passionate about the outdoors, and you want to be blown away by nature’s astounding beauty, Vancouver is definitely the place to go.
Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island is renowned as being the smallest Canadian province, being referred to as the birthplace of Canada. It facilitates a unique fusion of sea traditions that draw embody French, English, Scottish and Irish heritage, with breathtaking landscapes that make you want to get lost there. Considering that the island isn’t very big, you can attempt to explore it with a bike, if this idea appeals to you.
Make sure though that you don’t miss Charlottetown – a town that combines an unexpected mix of charm, history, hospitality, food, culture, and shopping. It is small, picturesque, being a pleasure to explore.
Kelowna, British Columbia
Kelowna is a favorite traveling destination for many Canadians. Right in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, there is the Okanagan Valley – which is known to have the best weather in the country.
This valley is proud to produce some of the best-tasting B.C apples and wine – apples that are illegal in the United States. Avid boaters can enjoy the marina of the Valley as well as the numerous golf courses. Aside from that, simply relaxing at the side of the lake will make every nature enthusiast grow fond of this peaceful, beautiful spot.
The very reason why we’ve decided to include this place in our list is due to its splendidness. You might find it hard to believe that a small town such as Manitoba will make you fall in love with Canada – but that most likely the effect this place has on many people. Being the Polar Bear Capital of the World, and the Beluga Whale Capital of the World, you are bound to encounter regular sightings year-round.
On top of that, this is the spot to catch a glimpse of the breathtaking Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights – considering that you visit this village during late November and late March. It would be safe to say that it is nearly impossible to forget your visit to Churchill. This is the place to go to if you want to reconnect with Mother Nature.
Lake Louise, Alberta
And lastly, yet not least, hidden in the Canadian Rockies there is Lake Louise. This lake is oh-so-beautiful. The large turquoise lake is an attraction point for both foreigners and Canadians, as the landscape there is out of this world.
To conclude, these are some of the places in Canada that will make you fall in love with it. Of course, there are many more – considering how vast this country is. But we believe that our selection briefly mirrors the very essence of Canada.