Travel Guide

Canada

General Information About Canada

Talking about size, Canada is the largest country in North America, just next to Russia in terms of size. Canada is exceptionally vast. A country of beautiful landscapes and awesomely rich natural scenery Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Nunavut, Toronto and Vancouver are some of the major cities to mention. Niagara Falls is a world renowned tourist “must see “area on the border of U.S.A. and Canada. Nearly 30% of the total landmass is occupied by forests. Canada­USA border is the longest in the world. Canada has used 13 different flags since 1497.

  • oronto

    Canada’s most populous city is TOTONTO, the provincial capital of ONTARIO. It is global international centre of business finance and arts and culture. Sprawling along Lake Ontario’s, Toronto is the most multicultural and cosmopolitan city in the world. The soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic CN Tower adds dynamism to the city. There is abundant green grass in vision. Go visiting Queen’s Park and other recreational and sports facilities.

  • ontreal

    Montreal is the largest city in Quebec. Predominantly French-speaking, it’s set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River. Visiting Old Montreal is really memorable. There are Skyscrapers, luxurious hotels and lot of events and entertainment. Visit the Montreal in sunny days when there is too much of fun to handle. Visit comedy circus, music festivals, games festival, and world class fireworks competition and above all there occurs International Film festival too. Discover Downtown, Mont Royal, and Mount Royal too.

  • ancouver

    Vancouver is a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia. It is among densest and most ethnically diverse cities. It is surrounded by mountains and may be that is why it is a popular filming location as it invites outdoor pursuits of all kinds. Vancouver art gallery is known for its works by regional artists. It’s a city of skyscrapers, beaches, activities and restaurants with international cuisines.

  • algary

    Calgary is cosmopolitan Alberta City with numerous skyscrapers, owes its rapid growth to its status as a center of Canada’s oil industry. To move to different places in Calgary, there is a availability of Buses, Light Rail Transit, shuttles, rental cars limos and much more. Calgary is recognized as Canadian leader in oil and gas industry.

  • dmonton

    Edmonton is the capital of Canada’s western Alberta’s province which is situated on the North Saskatchewan River. Visit here to have a glimpse significant historic era at Fort Edmonton Park featuring and 19th and 20th century forts and streets. Its contemporary landmarks include Royal Alberta Museum, galleries etc.