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From the radiant coast of Vancouver to the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains to the urban metropolis of Toronto, Canada is a melting pot of nature, culture and cosmopolitanism that attracts visitors from around the globe. As the second largest country in the world, Canada has no shortage of sights to delight.
The sheer size of Canada can be daunting, but the diversity that exists in all corners of the country is worth exploring. The West is blessed with a wealth of natural wonders, from the snow-capped peaks in Whistler, to the picture-perfect Lake Louise in Alberta, to the mighty Columbia Ice Fields. In cosmopolitan Vancouver, there are so many sights to soak in, including the totem poles at Stanley Park, the cobblestone streets of historic Gastown and scenic English Bay. Nearby, the quaint city of Victoria evokes a bit of England on the Pacific Coast.
Heading through the mighty Rocky Mountains, there is another world of natural beauty and vibrant culture to discover. Marvel at the rock formations and waterfalls at Maligne Canyon, one of the most spectacular gorges in the Rockies. Snow-capped peaks, pounding waterfalls and surging rivers dominate the landscape around Banff National Park and three of North America’s most pristine lakes.
In Calgary, put on your cowboy hat and brace yourself for “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth,” the Calgary Stampede. During this summer fair, you can revel in the excitement of rodeo events, chuckwagon races, grandstand shows and concerts. Cap off the day with a spectacular fireworks show during this annual extravaganza.
Canada’s East is blessed with the stately charm of Ottawa, the big city bustle of Toronto, the roar of the Niagara Falls and the charming cities of Quebec. In Ottawa, Canada’s capital, make sure to see the grand buildings of Parliament Hill, Rideau Hall, the downtown parks and Rideau Canal, filled with millions of tulips in May. In Canada’s largest city, Toronto, there is plenty to discover, including Queen’s Park, the Harbourfront, Casa Loma and the Provincial Parliament Buildings.
Montreal, the cultural capital of French Canada, hosts a treasure chest of historic sites, including the spectacular Notre-Dame Basilica. In old world Quebec City, you shouldn’t miss the Plains of Abraham, the site of a major colonial battle between the British and the French.
Finally, along Canada’s easternmost coast lies the unique and enchanting Maritimes. Here, you can explore such eclectic and welcoming coastal areas as Fredericton, Halifax, Cape Breton, St. John and Prince Edward Island, the tiniest province in Canada.
With Trafalgar, the possibilities are abounding for exploring Canada. From big sights to hidden treasures, you'll leave with memories to last a lifetime.
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