Canada is known for many things such as island sights, mountain waterfalls and rich heritage of British and French colonial times. There is a perfect blend of cosmopolitan cities as well as nature to explore here. Here are some landmark places to visit in this country:
Travelers who are coming to Canada can decide to take this legendary train journey. They would be able to travel between Vancouver and Toronto where they will find the Canadian Rockies, Jasper National Park, check out the Prairie Provinces or the lakes in the northern Ontario region.
This is also known as Old Quebec that is a historic district found in Quebec City. The Saint Louis Fort built in the seventeenth century was built here by Samuel de Champlain, a French explorer. The Citadel or the Gibraltar of Americas is also a popular place with visitors or the European shopping destinations here.
This lake is in the Banff National Park, which is in western Canada. The lake has blue green waters that are surrounded by mountains in the Alberta region. There is a Rockpile trail here that is popular with hiking enthusiasts.
Gros Morne National Park
This is a national park located in Newfoundland, where one can find the lowlands of the Gulf of St Lawrence as well as the alpine settings of the Long Range Maintains.
This is a rodeo area which was made popular in Wild West shows that were hosted in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The Canadian city hosts different kinds of festivals and carnivals for which many visitors come to this city.
Victoria’s Inner Harbor
This is found on Vancouver Island and has a boat festival held on Labor Day every year. The harbor area here is known for tour boats and kayaking as well.
Bay of Fundy
This is a place located by the Atlantic coast, which has Hopewell Rocks and sandstone towers.
This is a place in the Alberta province that is known for Jasper National Park which forms part of the Rocky Mountain Parks that is located in this country.