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Top 14 Places To Visit In Ottawa

Ottawa is Canada’s capital, in the east of southern Ontario, near the city of Montréal and the U.S. border. Sitting on the Ottawa River, it has at its center Parliament Hill, with grand Victorian architecture and museums such as the National Gallery of Canada, with noted collections of indigenous and other Canadian art. It is regarded as the highest educated city

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island The smallest province in Canada, Prince Edward Island is famous for red sand beaches, red soil, potatoes, and the irrepressible Anne of Green Gables. It also is known as the "Birthplace of Confederation." The Confederation Bridge which joins Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick takes just ten minutes to cross, with no wait times. July to October you’ll find


Lunenburg BRIGHTLY COLORED HISTORIC homes dot the south shore of Nova Scotia on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean like a nautical postcard from the past. Each wave of newcomers has influenced the food, culture, and architecture, making downtown Lunenburg, now dotted with galleries and shops, a National Historic and UNESCO World Heritage site. In this port community of fishermen and shipbuilders, the waters guided

The Laurentian Mountains

The Laurentian Mountains North America's first ski lift was built in the Laurentians in 1931, and by the late 1930s "snow trains" had brought tens of thousands of Montreal skiers to the slopes. Ever since, the Laurentians have been Montreal's four-season playground.  The Laurentian Mountains cover 22,000 square miles of territory just north of Montreal in the southern part of Quebec. The Laurentian

Lake Winnipeg

Lake Winnipeg Lake Winnipeg is one of the world's largest freshwater lakes—clean. Manitoba residents know its thousand-plus miles of shoreline are worth preserving: They include some of Canada's whitest, best beaches, serviced by 30 diverse communities, including Gimli (a name from Norse mythology meaning paradise), a separate Icelandic nation called New Iceland until 1887. Anglers fishing for walleye and perch, sun-worshippers seeking Caribbean-like

L'anse Aux Meadows

L'Anse aux Meadows At the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula of the island of Newfoundland, the remains of an 11th-century Viking settlement are evidence of the first European presence in North America. The excavated remains of wood-framed peat-turf buildings are similar to those found in Norse Greenland and Iceland. Artifacts found at the site show evidence of activities including iron production

Eastern Townships

Eastern Township Called the Eastern Townships, or, en français, Cantons-de-l’Est, the highway-connected area south of the St. Lawrence and north of the U.S. border offers visitors a multitude of ways to experience what it has to offer. A trip to the French countryside might be a little ambitious for a getaway, but this country’s very own French Canadian countryside will do very nicely –


Churchill  While in Churchill, take in some of its extensive fur trade history, adventure kayaking, hiking and outstanding cuisine (Arctic Char is a must!). So get set for your once in a lifetime tundra experience in Churchill. Polar bears and beluga whales are just two of the main attractions that bring hundreds of international visitors to Churchill every year. The town is also famous for its nightlife, as one of the world's premiere


Charlevoix Charlevoix is a beautiful region of the province of Quebec in Canada. Famous for its idyllic topography of rolling hills and mountains along the St. Lawrence River, the landscape is actually the result of the impact of a massive meteorite that crashed down millions of years ago and created a deep crater nearly 60 kilometers in diameter. Charlevoix attracts visitors because of its

Cape Breton

Cape Breton Cape Breton Island, ranked as one of the top Islands in North America by Travel + Leisure magazine, is home to the Cabot Trail which has received accolades in USA Today’s 10 Best Motorcycle Trips, MSN Travel’s 10 Most Underrated Attractions, and Zoomer’s 7 Greatest Road Trips. Cape Breton is known for its Celtic culture and welcoming spirit. The kitchen parties, fiddle music