From the charming Maritimes in the east to the stunning Rocky Mountains in the west, there is so much in between to experience in this friendly and accommodating country.
The center of commerce and fashion for French Canada, this city is a cosmopolitan feast for the urban adventurer. Universities, sports, shopping, dining, cycling, waterfront … well the list is endless. Bon Appetti!
View this natural wonder from high above, then board the famous Maid of the Mist for a close-up cruise under the falls. Drive along Niagara Gorge en route to lovely Niagara-on-the-Lake, one of the best-preserved historic towns in North America; you’ll have time to explore at leisure.
Perched on the banks of the Ottawa River, The “Capital of Canada” presides over this friendly bilingual country. View magnificent boulevards, stroll the tree-lined avenues, relax in the beautiful flower gardens, and tour the regal architecture of its stately government buildings.
One of the oldest cities in North America, today you can experience the history and culture of this unique French speaking city. With cobble stone streets, outdoor cafes and old stone buildings you will be enchanted with it’s old world charm.
Ranked among the best cities in the world to live, Canada’s most populous city, its financial, cultural and entertainment capital. Tour the Parliament Buildings, dine waterfront or visit the top of one of the city’s most visible icons, the CN Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in the world.
Tour of Eastern Canada
Your tour of eastern Canada features Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto and Niagara Falls; each with distinctly diverse cultural backgrounds. Special experiences include a cruise on the St. Lawrence River among the Thousand Islands; and a close-up look at one of the world’s most iconic sites … Niagara Falls.
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Nestled in the Rockies, this town is a skiers haven in the winter and nature lovers dream in the summer. Ride the gondola, take a guided nature walk, go horseback riding, mountain biking or canoeing on the Bow River. Play a round of golf or book an aromatherapy massage at the spa.
The eastern gateway to the Rockies is a great starting point to start your train journey on the Rocky Mountaineer, which travels through Banff, Lake Louise and terminates at Vancouver. This city has plenty to entertain the traveler with the Heritage Park Historical Village, Winspot sport park, Glenbow Museum, Fort Calgary and the world renowned Calgary Stampede.
The Icefields Parkway features jaw-dropping views of mountains, waterfalls, glaciers, and snowfields around every turn. Watch for bears, moose, elk, bighorn sheep, and mountain goats. You are surrounded by the unspoiled natural beauty of the magnificent Rockies.
On the edge of the turquoise glacial lake, sits the chateau-style Lake Louise Hotel overlooking Victoria Glacier in Banff National Park. The magical view will captivate your heart and soul as you stroll along the banks of the lake nestled amid the towering mountains.
A bustling seaport with ethnic diversity. Surrounded by mountains with a thriving art, theatre and music and dining scene.
This picturesque waterside city of beautifully restored 19th-century buildings is a food lovers paradise. Take a guided culinary tour through the city’s best eateries, to meet the local chefs, vintners, and food artisans – cheese, charcuterie, chocolates, tea, fresh produce.