In Canada, apartment rentals are the most prevalent accommodation type. In addition, apartment rentals there have a median price $198 per night as well as a median size of 95 ft². Moreover, the majority of apartment rentals in this destination can welcome 4 people, which makes it a perfect vacation destination for medium-sized groups and families. You can also search and find other types of accommodation in Canada. House rentals are, for example, another popular property type there with 55,890 properties to compare. Our data shows that the median price of house rentals is $333 per night for an area of 160 ft².
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Popular Rental Amenities in Canada
Above, you can find the most selected filters in Canada and the number of rentals that provide them. Canada is the right destination to look for a property if you can't imagine a vacation without internet or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most frequently offered features are "internet" and "TVs." Not as many rentals in Canada are available if you want a rental with a jacuzzi or if you want a rental with a sauna as "saunas" and "Jacuzzis" are not very popular amenities in Canada.
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Vacation Rental Price Information in Canada
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Canada. The most expensive dates to travel to Canada are in December (12/14 - 12/21). The cheapest week to book a vacation rental is in November (11/7 - 11/14).
Rental Availability Information in Canada
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. It is in December that you will find the week with the least available rentals (12/21 - 12/28). Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Canada in September (9/26 - 10/3).
Vacation Rentals in Canada Reveal the Best Accommodation Options for All
For travellers, vacation rentals in Canada allow for a variety of travel types and adventures! From cozy cabins in cottage country to fabulous city short term apartments, there is something for everyone. Canada is a vast and fascinating country, offering world-class culture, art, and food in its cities, and breath-taking vistas and nature. From Toronto to Qualicum Beach in British Columbia, this is a country of vast beauty and exciting culture to discover. To really experience Canada, a vacation rental allows you to make the most of your stay - and tailor your needs to enhance your vacation experience.
What to Eat on Your Vacation in Canada: Poutine & Other Canadian Delicacies
Canada is famous for many dishes and ingredients, namely maple syrup and Canadian bacon. Quebec is known for creating beloved poutine, a belly-busting dish of fries drowned in gravy and cheese curds. Visitors to Canada should at least try a bite of poutine, diet or not – you can find it just about anywhere in the country these days.
You'll find fresh Pacific salmon served on bagels as a quick lunch or as a main dish. If you're seeking something more exotic, try caribou (reindeer) stew, and if you're heading out for drinks, order a Caesar, perhaps Canada's most famous cocktail. It's made with vodka, Clamato juice, Worcestershire sauce, and a lime wedge for a tart kick.
Canada's Top Cultural Sites for Visitors
For history, art, and culture lovers, Canada's large cities never disappoint. From a downtown Toronto vacation rental, art lovers can walk to the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Montreal is also known for its cultural elements, such as the famous Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The Museum of Anthropology and "Graffiti Alley" in Mount Pleasant, Vancouver, are also well worth seeing.
Canada proudly showcases its indigenous history and culture, and there are several places you can learn about these cultures and their influence in the country today. Check out the Museum of Aboriginal Civilization across from Parliament Hill in Ottawa, or the Inuit Gallery of Vancouver, which highlights aboriginal art through the ages.
Canada Family Vacation Ideas
There are plenty of kid-friendly activities to choose from when planning a family vacation in Canada. Active families will love exploring the great outdoors at the many natural areas such as Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Preserve near Ottawa, whose hiking trails are perfect for spotting wild turkey, otters, and other critters, or Banff National Park, where you can ride horseback through the Canadian Rockies. In Ontario, the beaches along the Great Lakes promise hours of summer swimming and sandcastle building.
Although Canada's outdoors may be unparalleled, its cities are also tons of fun for families. In Toronto, head to Legoland Discovery Centre or the Ontario Science Centre for a day of hands-on fun. If you're in Vancouver, make sure to see the aquarium, and in Ottawa, the Aviation and Space Museum.
What is Canada's Nightlife Like? Big Nights Out in Toronto and More!
Canada's large cities all have thriving party scenes, so when you find yourself ready for a night of dancing, you'll never be disappointed. In Toronto, the Entertainment District, Chinatown, and the Fashion District are all close to each other and feature superb bars, restaurants, and much more. For travellers visiting Vancouver, a West End vacation rental offers easy access to a dense concentration of night life.
If you're more into theatre and other high-culture pursuits, you'll be equally well catered to in Canada. Opéra de Montréal puts on stunning, world-class performances, as does Toronto's Ed Mirvish Theatre. The Alberta Ballet Company in Calgary is also renowned. Traditional theatre performances are easy to find in each of the big cities, and most smaller towns put on exciting small-scale performances, too.
Canada’s National Parks and Adventure Ideas
In a country with such stunning natural surroundings, you'll surely be tempted to see the magnificent national parks it's famous for. Banff National Park, just a 90-minute drive from Calgary, is the country's oldest, and offers eye-popping views of the Valley of the Ten Peaks over Moraine Lake.
Another idea is to take day trips to different cities. Although most major cities are far apart, Montreal is just over two hours' drive from Ottawa, the nation's capital. You could experience French Canada and also see the Canadian Parliament building at Centre Block, among Ottawa's other landmarks. If you're in Winnipeg, you'll be close to outdoor activities in summer such as hiking and windsurfing at Grand Beach.
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