10 Reasons to Visit Canada

Here are 10 reasons why you should visit Canada:

10. Toronto

Toronto
Toronto

Toronto is Canada’s largest city and commercial center. There are many places to see in the city: Tura Roger Center Stadium, CN Tower, Toronto’s finance and fashionable streets, Yonge Street, Yorkville, Forest Hill and Casa Loma, Harbourfront and Queen’s Quay, Chinatown, St. Lawrence Market, new and old municipal buildings, Eaton Center, Parliament Building and university.

9. Delicious Dishes

For a tasty dinner in Canada, you can use your choice of game or lake fish. Next is the french fries with curd cheese. For dessert, applesauce will be the right choice.

8. Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls

If you want to witness the fog, noise and scenery that has created 115 million liters of water dropping from 54 meters high, the destination must be the Niagara Falls.

7. Wine

wine
Wine

Wine tasting is available in Ontario, known as the fruit and wine region. You can also eat at a restaurant that serves cheddar cheese and buffalo meat.

6. Thousand Islands

Islands
Islands

When going from Toronto to Ottawa, a stopover for the Thousand Island tour in Rockport must be given. You can learn the wars, adventures and rebellions of the island’s history as you spend time in a peaceful environment in this islands community.

5. Ottawa

Ottawa
Ottawa

The capital city of Canada is the Ottawa Parliament House, Sparks Street, Rideay Building, Laurier House and Rideau Canal. Ottawa, which is full of cultural reflections of Indian and British founders, is the only city with English and French languages are spoken at the same time.

4. Quebec City

Quebec City
Quebec City

You can be surprised to see how Quebec City, with its 530,000 population, is solid and modern. You shoul see, Place d’Armes, Dufferin Terrace, Grand Allee, Plains of Abraham, The Citadel, Parliament House, Chateau Frontenac and Royal Palas.

3. Whale Watching Tours

Whale Watching
Whale Watching

ne day must be reserved for the whale watching tour in Tadoussac. This is an opportunity not to be missed to see the life of these wonderful creatures.

2. Montreal

Montreal
Montreal

Standing on the Montreal Island, it stands out with its Montreal cityscape. A panoramic city tour can be made, where underground city, old Montreal and Jacques Cartier area can be seen. The Notre Dame Church must be visited. The rest of your day, St. Denis Street and Mt. It can be spent at the Royal.

1. National Sauce Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup
Maple Syrup

Coming to Montreal, you can join the maple syrup tasting, the ‘national sauce’ of Canada, on the Sucrerie de La Montagne tour. You can also have a nice lunch at the charming barbecue where the tasting is made. The delicious food from the French cuisine in Montreal, especially the fleshy burgers, is absolutely delicious.


Facts About Canada

Canada is the country with the longest shoreline in the world (243,042 km) and is ranked 2nd on the list of the largest countries in the world (just after Russia).

The country, which has a population of 37 millions, has become a center of attraction for tourists because it has many features together.

Canada is sparsely populated, and the vast majority of the land is dominated by forest, tundra, and the Rocky Mountains. About a quarter of the country’s population of 36 million is urbanized and lives near the southern border.

Its capital is Ottawa, the largest metropolis is Toronto; The other major urban areas in Canada are:

  • Montreal
  • Vancouver
  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Quebec City
  • Winnipeg and Hamilton

Canada has been home to various Aboriginal peoples for years. It was colonized by the French in the 16th century, and gained its full independence in 1931.

Best Time to Travel to Canada

The majority of the country has a cold or severe winter climate, but in the summer the southern region is hot.

Weather in Canada

Weather in Canada

Canada is often associated with cold weather and snow, but in reality, the climate is as diverse as its landscapes. In general, Canadians enjoy four different seasons, particularly in more populated areas on the US border. Daytime temperatures rise to 35 degrees and higher, while in winter it can fall to -25 degrees in summer.

In spring and autumn, there are more temperate temperatures. In the summers, the center of Canada is moist, slightly humid on the coast, and can be hot and dry on the plains. Spring is beautiful throughout the country in general.

Autumn is usually frosty and cool; but with rich orange and red leaves, the trees gain a bright picture. Winters are usually snowy and cold. With the sunny days and pleasant weather temperatures, the spring is the most ideal period of the year to visit Canada.

If you like skiing or winter sports, we recommend you to travel to Canada from December to April. But keep in mind that the weather is quite cold during the winter and supply it accordingly.

If your intention is to enjoy the beautiful weather and take long walks in nature, the recommended period is from May to September. During this time period, it is hot during the day, but nights are cool.

Seasons in Canada

Seasons in Canada
Seasons in Canada
  • Spring – March, April and May.
  • Summer – June, July and August.
  • Autumn – September, October and November.
  • Winter – December, January and February.
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