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Carrying the distinction of being the second largest country by area in the world, Canada is a nation with a diversity of opportunities for travelers. Stretching from the Atlantic Ocean in the east across to the Pacific Ocean in the west, this northern border of the United States has something for everyone. There are some wonderful cities to visit including the likes of the capital Ottawa, Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and Quebec City. The Horseshoe Falls form the Canadian side of the great Niagara Falls and are a hugely popular attraction, as too are four of the five Great Lakes.
Although Canada has bitterly cold winters, their summers are a lot warmer than many imagine with temperatures reaching 30 degrees Celsius on regular occasions, especially in the southwestern areas. The fall is a great time to visit as temperatures are still on the mild side and there are regular discounted offers on hotels and flights to most of the major cities. The Toronto Street Festival on the second weekend of July is a sight to behold, attracting tens of thousands of visitors. One of Canada's most eagerly anticipated annual events is its Formula-1 Grand Prix at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit.
Escape to the true Canadian wilderness at Algonquin Provincial Park, north of Toronto, for camping and kayaking in fabulous surroundings.
Witness the spectacular Calgary Stampede and Rodeo event, including the famous chuckwagon races.
Take a tour to the town of Churchill at Hudson Bay and watch the incredible sight of polar bears sauntering by.
Join in the fun at the Quebec Winter Carnival that is two weeks of continuous celebrations in the form of parades, concerts, and all around entertainment.
Visit the world's largest shopping mall at West Edmonton with more than 800 shops, an ice rink, a lake, and a water park in one enormous expanse.
Enjoy over 200 attractions at Toronto's number one theme park, Canada's Wonderland, and Leviathan, one of the world's tallest roller-coasters.
Sample the fabulous atmosphere, super strong local brews, and the city's best fish 'n' chips at the Duke of Duckworth bar on Newfoundland.
Have a relaxing day at the tranquil Iona Beach Park in Vancouver and stroll along the jetty watching the sunset.
Capture the stunning views from the cliffs overlooking the Meromictic pink lake just outside Ottawa.
Take in the amazing views of Fredericton and greater New Brunswick from either side of the impressive walking bridge across the mighty St John River.