Top cities in Canada
10/4/2017 12:00:00 AM
Canada’s cities are incredibly diverse, with each one having something unique to offer. Read on to discover our top cities in Canada for international travellers.
Often mistaken as the capital, Toronto is Canada’s largest city. It is often described as similar to New York, but smaller. There are many attractions to visit in Toronto like the CN Tower, the Toronto Islands, and the Distillery District. You can also explore many different cultures and their cuisines, with neighborhoods including Greek, Italian, Korean, and Chinese. Why not study in this exciting city? Come to Toronto School of Management and you can spend your downtime exploring the best Toronto has to offer. Choose from accounting, business, or hospitality and tourism courses.
Vancouver, British Columbia
One of Canada’s most popular destinations, this coastal city in British Columbia has a laid back vibe that makes it easy to understand its good reputation. There’s something to suit everyone’s taste in Vancouver – you can see the North Shore Mountains or enjoy a day of world class shopping. Vancouver is a gateway to many nearby places worth visiting too, including Whistler, where you can enjoy skiing, hiking, and a variety of other activities.
Often referred to as the most European city in North America, Montreal is rich in French influence, and is officially a French-speaking city. Don’t miss Montreal’s Old Town, a Parisian-style historic district with museums, boutiques, and wonderful 17th-century architecture to discover. Montreal also offers a range of lively markets, with the most famous being Marché Jean-Talon, one of the largest in Canada.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Its oceanside location gives Halifax a unique charm; with sandy beaches, charming fishing communities, and picturesque shores. The two-mile-long waterfront boardwalk lines the harbour, where you can spot historic ships and maritime monuments as you make your way down. Leafy parks and gardens are dotted around the city, and there’s no end of pubs and other evening venues where you can have a drink and listen to live music.
Saddle up for the Calgary Stampede! Don’t miss this annual rodeo, which bills itself as ‘The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth’. Held in the city of Calgary, this ten-day event put the city on the map, and attracts over one million visitors per year. The city’s popularity has grown significantly since it became the first Canadian host of the Winter Olympics in 1988, turning it into a must-visit destination. You’re also not far from other top Canadian destinations like Banff, the Rocky Mountains and more.