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Top Five Places to Visit in Canada

Top Five Places to Visit in Canada

Whether you want to enjoy a thrilling adventurous trip with friends or have a romantic tour with your loved one, Canada will not disappoint!

If you live in the U.S. or a country that falls into the category of Canada eta eligible countries, you can have the best time of your life by planning a vacation as long as 6 months. All you have to do for this is to get an eta to enter the amazing country.

Canada is undoubtedly a large country with numerous tourist attractions – and even 6 months may not be enough for exploring all. Hence, the best way to ensure your trip goes as fun as you expect it to is to make a list of the top places you would want to visit.

While it may be difficult to choose a few sites when all are special in their own way, you should consider focusing on the following locations rated the most favorite by tourists.

1.  Montreal

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada with all the French vibes to it. Not only France has lent its charm and laid-back elegance to this city but also its language. Yes, French is the official language of Montreal, spoken by more than half of its population.

In addition to being home to the French customs, it is also the ideal place for tourists who love cultural and seasonal festivals.

2.  Calgary

To all the sports lovers out there, if you have not seen Calgary, you have not seen anything!

Not only did Calgary host the 1988 Winter Olympics, but it also witnesses Calgary Stampede in July of every year. Offering wonderful ski slopes and hiking trails, it is surely the perfect location for winter sports.

Apart from sports opportunities, Calgary also boasts some great shopping sites where you can indulge in a shopping therapy as if nothing matters.

3.  Ottawa

Ottawa, the capital of Canada is another top favorite attraction of visitors. While there is so much to see and do in this city, the best thing is that everything is only a short walk away.

Tourists from all over the world never get tired of paying a visit to the Rideau Canal and the Parliament Hill and consider Ottawa as their cultural home. Also, if you find museums amusing, you can add the Canadian Museum of Civilization and National Gallery of Canada to your bucket list without a second thought to experience some world-class exhibitions.

4.  Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park is not less than a heaven for adventure lovers and thrill seekers. This place is inhabited by 53 different species of mammals. Even when you are not in the mood for hiking, rafting, or capturing photos, you can simply enjoy a bird’s eye view of the stunning scenery from the Jasper SkyTram.

5.  Vancouver

If you are in the mood to embrace the outdoors and have fun, Vancouver should be your go-to place!

Be it skiing on Grouse Mountain, swimming at Kitsilano Beach, or walking through the Stanley Park, every Vancouver adventure is bound to be memorable for years to come. Vancouver is a rich country, both in cultural and adventurous terms. There are plenty of cultural sites to check out and you can walk through the city exploring museums and markets all day long – and you will not get bored.

If you are a foreign national of one of the Canada eta eligible countries, you can apply for an eta to plan a months-long vacation to Canada.


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