Five places to plan a return to Canada


1. Vancouver, British Columbia

Canada’s third largest city has found the keys to attracting a traveling community that enjoys outdoor experiences in connection with its lush natural surroundings. Here, bike rides, wild rides, kayaking and in season, days pass between ski resorts.

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2. Toronto, Ontario

Ultra-modern and practical; Cosmopolitan and loving, and inevitably global, Ontario’s capital, where more than 140 different languages ​​are spoken, has transformed its extraordinary multicultural character into a unique and indescribable tourist attraction.

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3. Montreal, Quebec

On the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Montreal brings together common themes of its French origin – charming squares, stone lanes and a Gothic cathedral – with avant-garde gastronomic, cultural and entertainment offerings on the continent.

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4. Quebec City, Quebec

Beautiful, romantic and endlessly illuminating, Quebec City looks like a small European town lost in North America. During the winter months, the city becomes a real Christmas postcard.

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5. Banff National Park, Alberta

In Canada’s oldest national park – declared in 1885 – adventures are subject to the wishes of the season: monumental snow-capped mountains, hundreds of species of animals, dazzling turquoise lakes, this is the perfect place. Admire nature in complete freedom.

By Domingo Alvarez

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