Canada is a country that is loaded with amazing places to see and visit. While some see Canada as a place where you can only have fun outdoors, Canada’s cities have a lot to offer for those looking to have an interesting vacation. In order to breakdown the best of these cities I spoke with JustFly. JustFly is an online travel agency that knows Canada and its best cities. Here is their list of the three most interesting Canadian cities to visit.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada is known for cold weather and snow. So, it may come as a shock to you that there are some regions in Canada that rarely, if ever, see snow. One such place is Southern British Columbia. Vancouver benefits from this, holding the title as one of Canada’s most temperate cities according to JustFly’s review. In addition, Vancouver sits in a unique place geographically, having access to oceans, mountains, and massive forests all within a tight knit geographic area. In addition to natural wonders, Vancouver is a metropolitan city, and also has a slew of great athletic facilities thanks to its recent duty as the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Canada’s largest and most world renowned city, Toronto is a booming town that is loaded with endless possibilities to have a good time. Some can’t miss things to see include the Royal Ontario Museum, The Toronto Zoo, and the CN Tower. In addition, Toronto has a famous love for its sports teams according to JustFly. With that said, you haven’t done Toronto until you’ve caught a Toronto Maples Leafs hockey game or Toronto Blue Jays baseball game. In terms of neighbourhoods, Toronto’s downtown core is unique, but areas like Queen West are very trendy and loaded with great green spaces.
The spiritual border between English Canada and French Canada, Montreal combines the best of both worlds to give travellers a unique look at Canadian culture. Enjoy areas like The Plateau, The Old Port, and Saint Henri. These neighbourhoods are very diverse and loaded with unique treasures.
Like Toronto, Montreal has a love affair with hockey. That means a trip to the Bell Centre to see the Montreal Canadiens will be necessary.