Tourist Places in Canada
Find the most popular tourist places in Canada from all top destinations. There's over 7,000 tourist attractions in various cities of Canada. The major provinces in Canada with top travel destinations are Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta and New Brunswick. And the major cities are Toronto, Montréal, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Niagara Falls.The second largest country in the world is quite the tourist attractor due to the variety in its geography. Most tourists flock around its five major metropolitan areas: Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver but the other provinces and territories still have quite a lot to offer as well. Canada is home to 17 World Heritage Sites including the Nahanni National Park, which is one of the oldest. The entire country offers diverse cultural and entertainment attractions for everyone. It is also full of historic sites that will take you down memory lane of Canada plus countless national parks to make you one with nature. Plan ahead and make sure that you don’t miss out on the best attractions in the country.
Find Tourist Places in the Following Categories
All Canada tourist places and attractions are grouped in the following categories. Click on a category bellow to find all the attractions of that type.
Search by Province
Tourist attractions of Canada are listed in the following 13 provinces. Click on a province from the following list to find tourist attractions in that specific province.
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- Yokun Territory
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Following is a list of latest reviews submitted by visitors on various attractions of Canada.
A beautiful spot. Unfortunately the sign marking the beginning of the trail is no longer there. Ge...