Vacation in Canada by law
Canada is a land of forests, waterfalls, lakes and glaciers. It is a country with cities that impact its visitors, from the elegance and class of Quebec, to the vanguard of Toronto. A place of natural sanctuaries that will make your vacation a very special trip. Get to know the available offers we have in cheap tour packages to Canada, and travel to this destination that you can not miss.
Spend days of peace and quiet in Banff National Park, visit the museums of Ottawa, go shopping in Toronto, and try the French-Canadian delicacy of Quebec, the poutine. Wherever you go, this northern country will never cease to surprise you, giving you unparalleled natural landscapes, quiet afternoons, and tours full of surprises.
Get to know the Canadian east side, with the amazing Niagara Falls, the Saguenay-Saint Laurent Marine National Park, the Ottawa Parliament, the Quartier Petit Champlain in Quebec or the St. Laurence market in Toronto.
Or, exploit Western Canada by venturing into Banff, Yoho and Jasper parks in the heart of the Rockies, walk Vancouver’s pedestrian suspension bridge, or attend a rodeo in Calgary. No matter what you decide, Canada has something for all tastes and ages, and with our organized tours, you can experience the best destinations in the country.
Places to live in Canada
Ottawa (Canada) | Source: Pixabay5. QuébecQuébec is another Canadian city that has a great charm. It is the second most populated city in Canada and having belonged to France from 1532 to 1763 you will notice the European influence in many areas. It is worth visiting the impressive basilica The Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine, Haute Ville (upper town) and Petite Champlain (lower town), the Place Royale is one of the most picturesque areas along with the Chateau Frontenac, a nineteenth century hotel that has become the symbol of the city. It is also advisable to visit some of the city’s viewpoints such as the Citadel or the Observatory of the Capital. Find the best accommodations for families in Quebec here.Chateau Frontenac, Quebec (Canada) | Source: Pixabay6. Parc de la Chute-MontmorencyAt only fifteen kilometers from Quebec is the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, a highly recommended excursion to do with the family. Inside are hidden the Montmorency Falls with 83 meters of waterfall surpassing in height to those of Niagara.
Places to visit in Canada in summer
The best time to travel to Canada depends on the place we want to go, because its immense geography, as well as the variety of its relief and ecology, make it have a great variety of climates. One thing is certain throughout the country, winters are very harsh, with snow for up to six months in the northern regions.
As we have already mentioned, to decide when to travel to Canada, you must first determine the area or region to visit. The average temperature in both winter and summer varies depending on the region.
To visit the north of this immense and beautiful country, the summer months are the most suitable. June, July and August are the best time to travel to Canada if you want to travel to the cold northern lands. Keep in mind that the average temperature here is -20ºC, dropping below -40ºC in winter. Hudson Bay, for example, is covered with ice for nine months, so you can get an idea of the polar climate of the area.
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10 places to visit in canada
Canada has a reputation for dreadful winters. But all that fresh snow and crisp December air make it a cozy vacation escape that helps foster a mindset of embracing the magic of winter instead of dreading the colder months.
We’re pretty sure Whistler had to be the inspiration behind “Walking in a Winter Wonderland.” The world-famous ski destination offers perfect snow, local food and plenty of alternative outdoor activities for those who prefer to keep their feet firmly planted on the ground.
You may have visited Niagara-on-the-Lake during its peak summer season, but don’t overlook winter in the popular resort town just yet. Here, you’ll find less crowded skating spots, an annual mulled wine festival and a quick trip to the festive lights and sounds of Niagara Falls.
There are dozens of charming addresses in the village of Mont Tremblant, but the Sommet des Neiges will be your best choice if you’re looking for luxurious, ski-oriented stomping grounds. The high-end property actually includes ski in/ski out facilities so you don’t have to haul your skis just to get to the slope.