Canada provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Canada. These are our tips for exploring Canada.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
This hotel is connected to the Vancouver Convention Centre and Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal. It features an outdoor heated pool.
Across the street from the Vancouver Art Gallery, this hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Robson Street Shopping District.
In Vancouver, this Pacific Rim hotel has a full-service spa. A rooftop pool with fire pits and a hot tub along with a 4,000 square-foot gym are also available.
Featuring a restaurant and fitness centre, this Vancouver luxury hotel is situated in the Yaletown neighborhood, 38 m from Yaletown-Roundhouse Canada Line Station.
Overlooking Victoria’s beautiful Inner Harbour, this historic hotel features extensive spa treatments and a selection of on-site restaurants.
Only 5 minutes’ from Robson St, this Vancouver hotel features an on-site restaurant. Spa services are offered. Free Wi-Fi and 42”
Ideally located at the base of Mont-Tremblant mountain, this hotel offers direct access to the pedestrian village and all key activities.
Explore Victoria's highlights on this small-group day trip from Vancouver. Enjoy a 1.5-hour cruise
See the Canadian side of Niagara Falls inside and out on this 5-hour group tour with a knowledgeable
Visit the historic heart of French Canada on this day trip from Montreal to Quebec City. On your
Add a little excitement to your day trip to Victoria from Vancouver without blowing the budget.
Don't let the border stop you from experiencing all of Niagara Falls' glory! On this deluxe 6-hour tour, visit
Hit some of Vancouver's most popular sites on this 4-hour sightseeing tour. Wind through Stanley Park,
Take a full day to explore the Canadian Rockies, and travel along Tunnel Mountain Drive, with its wind-carved rock formations.
The gigantic oratory honors St Joseph, Canada’s patron saint. The largest shrine ever built in honor of Jesus’ father,
Celebrating its centennial in 2014, the multidisciplinary ROM is Canada's biggest natural history museum and one of the largest
Toronto's iconic CN Tower, a marvel of 1970s engineering, looks like a giant concrete hypodermic needle. Its function as a communications tower
Montréal's famous landmark, Notre-Dame Basilica, is a visually pleasing if slightly gaudy symphony of carved wood, paintings, gilded
Toronto's favorite and best-known park is a wonderful place to unfurl a picnic blanket, swim, play tennis, bike around, skate on the Grenadier Pond
Toronto's only castle may have never housed royalty, but it certainly has grandeur, lording over The Annex on a cliff that was once
Named for Queen Victoria's otherwise anonymous fourth daughter (who also lent her name to the province), Lake Louise is a place
Technically in the USA, though only 36km from Gananoque, so you'll need your passport to visit this lavish turn-of-the-century island castle