Located in Southern Ontario, Niagara Falls is a city named after the world-renowned waterfalls found here. The Canadian side of the Niagara River offers you breathtaking views of the Horseshoe (Canadian) falls, as well as the smaller American falls.
Stanley Park is a huge public park that spans 405 hectares near the downtown area of Vancouver. The Vancouver Seawall invites visitors to walk, skate or job along the shore. Other attractions include the colony of blue herons that has settled here and the Vancouver aquarium.
This historic neighborhood in the city of Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Historic buildings of interest include the Citadel, the Frontenac Castle and the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.
Notre-Dame Basilica is located in Montreal’s historic district and is famous the world over for its gothic revival architecture. Explore the building's deep blue ceilings embellished with golden stars and its myriad intricate wood carvings.
Designated a National Historic Site of Canada, the Butchart Gardens in British Columbia attract millions of visitors every year. Enjoy strolling through the Japanese Garden, the Rose Garden, the Sunken Garden, the Mediterranean Garden and the Italian Garden.