Quebec City is the oldest walled city in North America. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at the architecture of The Fairmont le Chateau Frontenac, Jean-Baptiste, and Montcalm. Explore cobblestoned streets, eat at the bustling sidewalk cafes, and visit the grand Cathedral.
Bring the family along for a visit to Winnipeg. Enjoy the Winnipeg Folk Festival and Folklorama festival, or just shop, dine, and relax. Must-visit places include Assiniboine Park zoo, Churchill exhibit, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and Thermëa by Nordik Spa-Nature. Enjoy a spot of shopping and dining at The historic Forks restaurant.
The Maritime Mahone Bay is the most photographed place in Canada. It has three historic churches and a wide selection of restaurants, galleries, and antique shops. Enjoy water sports such as sailing and kayaking and easily explore the area on foot or by bike. Top attractions include Mahone Bay Museum and the Westhaver Island Lighthouse. Some festivals you can take part in include the Mahone Bay Home and Garden Tour, Great Scarecrow Festival, and the Antique Fair.
Banff National Park is a popular Canadian tourist destination. Lake Louise is stunning to see and enjoy tons of water activities. The sulfur mountain is accessible using a gondola and gives access to some fantastic scenery. Other places to visit include Moraine Lake, Banff Upper hot springs, the National Park, kayaking in the glacier Lakes.
If you're a history buff, you will enjoy this town that sits on a peninsula. It is also the oldest seaside resort in Canada and has architectural marvels dating back to the 1700s. You also have a wide choice with regards to restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. Some of the must-visit places include Ministers Island, the chocolate museum, and the Bay of Fundy.