Canada is the second largest country in the world. There is much more to see in the country, from the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. There are rivers, there are vast forests. Hudson Bay is to the north of Ontario. There are four different ways Canada looks in four seasons. Everything from severe winters to intense heat can be felt here.
Summer is now in Canada. Its durability for only a short time. If you have the time and opportunity, you can get the job done in this short time. With the dollar depreciating, it would be wiser to travel within Canada than to travel outside the country, especially to the United States.
Each of the other cities, including the handsome city of Vancouver in the west, the Old City of Montreal, and Quebec City, the capital of Quebec, each has its own variations. Canadians are friends. The country has security guarantees. So you can travel to any part of the country without fear. Below are some popular tourist destinations.
1: Niagara Falls
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of going somewhere in Canada is the Niagara crop. This Niagara crop is one of the most famous natural attractions in Canada and in the world. No one came to visit Canada and did not go to see the Niagara crop, it could not be. If you don’t see Niagara Falls, you don’t see Canada. Millions of tourists come to Canada every year just to see this falls.
The Niagara crop is not far from Toronto. Only one to one and a half hours drive. For those who visit Niagara Falls for the first time, it is an unimaginable memory for the rest of their lives. There is also a view of Niagara Falls up close. Tourists can see the waterfall from very close by boat or down the tunnel. The view of the waterfall can also be seen from the helicopter. Niagara Falls is on the border of Canada and the United States. However, the waterfall can be seen very well from the Canadian part.
For those who want to spend the night in Niagara, there are various hotel facilities.
2: Banff National Park
If you want to find endless peace by shopping in the lap of nature for a few days, you can visit Banaf Park in Alberta. This national park is located in the middle of the Royal Rocky Mountains in the west. Once you go, you will not want to come back. This is the look of this park. The park is home to some of Canada’s most beautiful landscapes.
Turquoise green lakes, snow-capped peaks, snow-capped peaks are all part of this stunning park where you can easily enter. Lake Louise is one of the sights here. Its green waters reflect the surrounding mountains in crystal clearness. Tourists can wander around the lake. Just south of the park is the small town of Banff, which has all the amenities for tourists, including accommodation and food.
3: CN Tower
The CN Tower is one of the main symbols of the city of Toronto. Last June 26 was the 40th birth anniversary of this tower. Located in the heart of Toronto, Canada’s largest city on the shores of Lake Ontario, it is one of the tallest towers in the world today. The height of CN Tower is 553 meters. This tower has a revolving restaurant. In it, guests or tourists can sit down to eat and observe the city. The tower also has a glass floor. Standing on this floor, you can see the view directly below through the glass. At night the tower is painted in various colors by lectric light which can be seen from afar.
4: Quebec City
The capital of Quebec is Quebec City. There is a saying about Quebec City, Canada. The point is, if you visit this city, you will not see Paris. However, there is no Eiffel Tower in Quebec City. But its scenic installations will take you to the pages of history in a matter of moments. Situated across the St. Lawrence River, Quebec City is a very popular tourist destination in Canada.
The city has been declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). It is the tenth largest city in Canada and one of the oldest cities in North America. La Citadelle Castle is a landmark of the city. There is more to see here than the Quebec Parliament building. The National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec is another landmark in Quebec City.
More attractions for tourists in Quebec City are its Winter Carnival, Summer Music Festival and St. Jean Baptist Day, Montmorency Falls and Mont Saint Annie Ski Resort.
5: Ottawa Parliament Hill
The Parliament House in Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is a landmark. Located on the banks of the river (Ottawa River), this building is best known as Parliament Hill. This Parliament Hill is a remarkable example of 19th century architecture. Every year a large number of tourists come to visit this building. According to Wikipedia, about three million tourists visit here every year. Free tour guides are available here every day. However, this free tour guide is available on a first come first serve basis. There is also an opportunity to climb the Peace Tower in the Parliament building from where you can enjoy the panoramic views of Ottawa City. There is a festival centered around the Parliament building almost all the year round. However, the summer events are more gorgeous. On July 1, Canada Day, millions of people gathered here. Various other festivals were celebrated on that day including the magnificent fireworks. Every afternoon in the summer, a very impressive sound and light show is held with music. These are free events.