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Canada is not just a greener, gentler version of USA but a huge, picturesque, sparsely populated country with a multicultural identity, outstanding parks (parcs in Canada's French-speaking region) and an interesting mix of English and French influences that is particularly enticing for outdoor holidays, winter sports lovers in winter and hikers, bikers, kayakers in summer, especially...more
Peyto Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta
Alberta's larger urban areas are fine for work or mad summer festivals, but hardly a tourist must-see under normal conditions.
They are, however, important transit points for Canada's two best national parks, the sensational Rocky Mountains and lakes and National Parks of Banff and Jasper.
Whistler resort in the winter, British Columbia Province
Quebec City wall, Quebec Province.
Old and beautifully preserved Quebec City is the biggest tourist attraction in the province of Quebec.
Wildlife in one of the many massive national parks in Canada.
Toronto city centre, Ontario Province
Tourists in search of a lively and sophisticated urban holiday could do a lot worse than a few nights in Toronto, Canada's biggest city and champion at the ancient art of eating, drinking and making merry. The city is well set up for walking.Ottawa/Ontario
Nova Scotia, Atlantic Canada.
Canada's four Atlantic Provinces - Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador - are a step back in time, offering charming little rustic fishing villages, relaxed and affable people, dramatic coastal views, glorious uncrowded beaches, great rugged hiking and biking, terrific golf, horse riding and superb seafood.