1. Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada’s third largest city has found the keys to a travel community that increasingly loves the outdoors in relation to its lush natural environment. Here, days pass between bike tours, forest walks, kayaking, and ski resorts in season.
2. Toronto, Ontario
Modern and comfortable. Irresistibly cosmopolitan, beloved and cosmopolitan, where more than 140 different languages are spoken, the capital of Ontario has transformed its exceptional multicultural character into an inexhaustibly diverse tourist offer.
3. Montreal, Quebec
On the banks of the Saint Lawrence River, Montreal combines the typical themes of its French ancestors – charming squares, cobbled alleys, a Gothic cathedral – with some of the continent’s most culinary, cultural, and entertaining offerings.
4. Quebec City, Quebec
Picturesque, romantic and endlessly captivating, Quebec City feels like a small European town lost in North America. During the winter months, the city becomes a real Christmas postcard.
5. Banff National Park, Alberta
In Canada’s oldest national park – declared in 1885 – adventures are subject to the will of the season: from massive snow-capped mountains, home to hundreds of animal species, to its dazzling turquoise lakes, it’s the perfect setting. Admire nature in freedom.
By Domingo Alvarez