Canada, The United States' neighbor to the north is an exciting vacation destination that may not be as well-known as some other countries. While most people are familiar with major tourist attractions like Niagara Falls and Mount Whistler, there are other areas that offer a great mix of natural beauty and entertaining attractions. Vancouver is known for its cleanliness, and the city is home to the VanDusen Botanical Garden, the Museum of Anthropology and great restaurants like Cardero’s, found along the harbors and docks. Montreal showcases Canada's French influence, and vacationers should see the Notre-Dame Basilica, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the enchanting Old Town.
The great distances between Canada's top cities mean that the airports are all very well-equipped to handle a large number of travelers. Whether your travels take you through Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal, you should expect to find great shopping and dining options in each of these large international airports. Canada also has small regional airports that are serviced frequently by these larger airports.
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Canada is a country that loves its hockey, and visitors to the country can watch National Hockey League action in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Winnipeg. Junior hockey is also a national pastime, and it can be seen in many smaller cities.