Toronto, surely Canada's biggest metropolis, biggest airport, biggest multi-ethnic city where immigrants bring with them colorful cultures a cornucopia of 100 plus languages adding variety and vibrancy to a very modern city. Massive highways get you anywhere, including faraway suburbs that are now part of a mega city, the bigger Toronto. You will find restaurants and markets of the most fantastic food that can satisfy every pallet, all kinds of cultural and art festivals happening throughout the year, plenty of museums that can satisfy every curious mind and appreciation. Toronto is big, and everything that it offers will put a smile on your face long after you have come seen took pictures of and enjoyed. Did I say big smile? If not, well there! I just said it. Come see us!
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.
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.
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.
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.