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Canada travel tips for connoisseurs

Experience the country, its people and its specialties intensely. You will discover this on road trips as well as on camping tours. Hiking in the national parks shows you the country from its most beautiful side. Go whale watching or go looking for bears. This will give you a feel for the country. Get involved with the people of Canada. They are very hospitable. Talking to them will teach you a lot about their way of life. Take fishermen out to watch whales. Go hiking with rangers. Take a food tour in Montreal. Or try oysters on Prince Edward Island Beach. You will see, Canada pulls you under its spell. With these Canada travel tips you will make your trip a pleasure experience.

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farmer's market

5 farmers markets in Vancouver, British Columbia

During the summer months, farmers from the surrounding regions come to the city and offer their locally grown products at 5 different farmers' markets: fruit, vegetables, bread and other, often homemade, delicacies that taste good mainly because the ingredients are home-grown originate and thus at the optimal time ...
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The Quidi Vidi Brewery in St. John, Newfoundland

Iceberg Beer from Newfoundland

The Iceberg Beer from Newfoundland tastes good! Usually I'm more of a wine drinker. But in Newfoundland I was taught otherwise, because there is a beer there that you won't find anywhere else in the world: the Iceberg Beer from the Quidi Vidi Brewery in St. John's Newfoundland. It's so bubbly and ...
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Trinity Newfoundland Lupins

Trinity Newfoundland in July - When the wildflowers are in bloom

Trinity Newfoundland takes our breath away! I don't know if you feel the same way: before a trip to an unknown region, I get an idea of ​​what it looks like there just by preparing. But this time I was really completely wrong with my expectations. We were hoping to ...
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St John's Newfoundland

St. John's, Newfoundland - the capital of the island

That was how, or at least something like that, I had imagined St. John's. The capital of Newfoundland with around 100 inhabitants is the largest city on the rock, "the Rock", as the Newfoundlanders affectionately call their island. It's a bit bigger than I thought, but downtown, ...
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Red hut by the sea

Newfoundland blogs for travel preparation

I am in the process of gathering information for my upcoming trip to Newfoundland, Canada, and I realize that it is not that easy. Travel guide, do you say? Well, there aren't very many of them. This is certainly due to the fact that Newfoundland is not exactly one of the main travel destinations in the world. Newfoundland ...
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Montreal skyline

The maritime heritage in Montreal on the St. Lawrence River

Montreal on the St. Lawrence River Actually, Montreal is not associated with the sea. After all, the Atlantic Ocean is 1600 kilometers from the metropolis in Quebec. Nevertheless, you quickly get a different impression if you stroll along the waterfront in Montreal. The quays are teeming with ...
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Tundra

On Freedom Road through the Canadian wilderness to Labrador

It is comparable to well-known wilderness routes such as the Alaska Highway, the Top of the World Highway or the Dempster Highway in northwest Canada - the Freedom Road, which connects Baie Comeau in Quebec with Churchill Falls in Labrador. The difference is that it is - at least - more original ...
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Silence at Eagle Lake in Ontario

At a lake in Ontario, Canada

At Eagle Lake in Ontario At a lake in Ontario: An ice diver flies overhead, shouting loudly. His hollow scream fits into this area where the first signs of the Indian summer are just beginning to appear. The deciduous trees show the first brightly colored leaves, the red or gold of which ...
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Fruit from the Ile d'Orleans

Fresh fruits and vegetables from the Ile d'Orléans

Fresh fruit and vegetables from the Ile d'Orléans The Ile d'Orléans at the gates of Québec City is a true paradise for connoisseurs: Jacques Cartier, the first European to visit you in the 16th century on one of his trips up the Saint Lawrence River discovered, referred to it as the island of Bacchus. There ...
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Cheeses from Quebec

Eating in Quebec Canada

Eating in Quebec Canada Anyone who says there is no food culture in Canada has never been to Quebec. The sight of the delicious sausages, cheeses and poultry specialties in delicatessen shops but also in some supermarkets makes your mouth water. Whoever takes the time can ...
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