City Information

Canada has long enjoyed great popularity as a tourist destination. World famous natural beauty (the Niagara Falls and the impressive mountain scenery in the Banff and Jasper National Parks are just examples), immense areas of vast countryside, but also the cities rich in tradition such as Québec and Montréal and the vibrant developing cities

Montreal, Quebec
Savour old world charm, French joie de vivre and a modern style all its own as you wander the city by day, then dance till dawn. Enjoy gambling, a 500-seat performance hall, and award-winning restaurants at the glittering Casino de Montréal. Venture underground directly under downtown and discover 33 kms of shops, hotels, restaurants and attractions.

Ottawa, Ontario
Explore the capital of Canada when the fall colours are at their fiery best. Come in the winter and skate on the Rideau Canal, the world’s longest skating rink. In summer, cheer on one of the teams in the world’s largest beach volleyball tournament.

Vancouver , British Columbia
Voted the “Best City in the Americas” three years in a row by Condé Nast Traveller magazine . Where else can you golf and snow-ski on the same day? Wander through Stanley Park–1,000 acres of wildlife and parkland right in the downtown core.

Calgary, Alberta
Discover a vibrant city that blends the spirit of the old west with cutting edge urban attractions. Come in July and let your inner cowboy loose at the Calgary Stampede. Get a Rocky Mountain high or a Red Mile smile on as you do the town.

Toronto, Ontario
Catch a different show every night in one of the world’s theatre capitals along with London and New York City. Check out cool neighbourhoods like the Beaches, Little Italy, trendy Yorkville and Queen Street West and Chinatown. Check out an ice hockey, basketball, baseball or football game. Toronto has more professional sports teams than anywhere else in Canada.

Niagara, Ontario
Sail right under the thundering cascade aboard the legendary Maid of the Mist. Spend an evening at the theatre with George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries. Tour the wineries of the Niagara Peninsula and sample some of the world’s finest vintages.