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Niagara Falls

Top Canadian Destinations to Visit

Niagara Falls is one of the top places to visit in Canada.

Are you excited about your next trip to the Great White North?

Do you and your family want to immigrate to Canada as permanent residents?

Perhaps, you are an international student already living in Canada or preparing to start your studies there?

Canada is a huge country with so much to offer, so you better narrow down your itinerary.

Here are some of the spots that you simply cannot miss whether you are living in Canada or visiting on vacation.

Niagara Falls (Ontario)

Did you really go to Canada if you do not have Niagara Falls on your itinerary?

There are different ways to explore the falls, from a helicopter tour to the Maid of the Mist cruise to hiking right beside them.

Allow nature to blow you away with the splendor of this majestic body of water.

Do not forget to check out the Niagara Glen Nature Center when you are in the area as well!

Montreal (Quebec)

You do not have to be a Francophile to enjoy this city in Quebec.

It is incredible to see the modern skyscrapers and 17th-century buildings co-existing in Montreal.

A trip to Old Montreal will make you feel as if you have been transported to Europe with its cobblestone streets and stunning architecture.

You should also take the time to visit the Botanical Gardens, Museum of Fine Arts, and Mount Royal Park.

Thousands of people who immigrate to Canada decide to settle in Quebec and live in Montreal.

The Quebec Skilled Worker Program is the primary Canadian immigration program for skilled immigrants who desire to live and work in Quebec.

Prince Edward Island

How does the combination of rolling hills, seafood, and red sandstone cliffs sound to you?

If you find them appealing, make sure to pay Prince Edward Island a visit.

It is a relaxing place, which makes it the perfect sanctuary if you want a hassle-free and rejuvenating trip.

Golfers will appreciate the more than two dozen golf courses on Prince Edward Island, while lighthouse enthusiasts have over 60 of these picturesque structures to visit and photograph, including the North Cape Lighthouse, Point Prim Lighthouse, East Point Lighthouse, and the Souris East Lighthouse.

The local seal population also draws in nature lovers from all corners of the world.

Banff (Alberta)

Banff is located in the province of Alberta, a 90-minute scenic drive from Calgary, and is one of the most beautiful towns in the Canadian Rockies.

Resembling a Swiss mountain village, the town of Banff (and Banff National Park) has something for everyone all year round.

During the winter, you can go skiing or snowboarding, ride in a dog sled, or relax in Banff Hot Springs.

In the warmer months, you can go hiking or mountain biking around Lake Louise or even paddle a canoe on the lake.

You could also take a scenic mountain drive or get a bird’s eye view of this beautiful area from the Banff Sightseeing Gondola and Lake Louise Gondola.

If you enjoy art, you will want to visit the different art galleries in Banff, where local artists display their works.

Of course, while you are at Lake Louise, be sure to check out the incredible Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, which is nestled along the stunning turquoise water and offers breathtaking views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Final Words

This is, of course, barely scratching the surface of the many incredible places that you could visit in Canada, whether as a tourist, immigrant or international student.

However, you can trust that these destinations will never let you down and deserve a spot of their own in your itinerary!

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