Enjoy the most beautiful cities in Canada
Which are the most beautiful cities in Canada? How can you best enjoy them? These are questions that we have asked ourselves when choosing these cities. The question of which city in Canada is the most beautiful, but is not universally valid answer, the decision is always in the eye of the beholder. It depends on the interests of the individual, which city he likes best.
While Vancouver in southwestern Canada is a city that scores with its proximity to nature, Toronto impresses as the largest city in Canada. With its skyline and skyscrapers, it reminds many visitors of US cities. Quebec is quite different. The provincial capital of the province in eastern Canada reminds with its buildings many visitors to France and Europe. With its city walls, the citadel and the old town in the lower city, it evokes memories of the places of origin of the early settlers. The Upper Town has many references to the time after the British conquest.
However, there are not only the big cities. Also, some small city in Canada has its charm and is worth a stay or a look, which is more than just a short stop on a round trip. Here are the Canadian cities that promise a special treat. They are great for stopovers on Canada round trips. Some justify a longer stay.
Cities in Canada for a city break
Cities in Canada for a Canada round trip
Enjoy beautiful cities in Canada with all your senses
With the eyes
During our travels through Canada, we attach particular importance to enjoyment. In our articles about the cities in Canada you will always find hints where to find beautiful views. These can be views of important buildings or the skyline of certain cities. But it can also be tips in which neighborhoods you find particularly interesting houses - historical or modern.
Which city in Canada offers something for foodies
But enjoyment does not just mean pleasurable to the eye. The stomach also plays a big role. The Canadian cities have surprisingly much to offer. Every region in the country has its own regional specialties. These range from seafood and lobster in the Atlantic provinces to birch or maple syrup and the Bannock bread of the Indians to salmon and great fruit and wine varieties in the west of the country.
Let the wind blow your nose on the shores of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland. You can feel it there in almost all cities. Feel how alive the big cities in Canada are: Toronto and Montreal have a lush sense of life that you can feel in many places in these cities. Feel the wilderness that still dominates many regions in the west and north of the country. You have to experience these to understand what that means.
With the ears
Listen to the gentle waves that stream into sheltered coves on the shore. Listen to the surf breaking on the cliffs of Newfoundland. Visit jazz festivals in Montreal or Toronto and listen to street musicians showing their art. Experience the silence that makes the northern wilderness so special.
And if you do not find the right destination for your trip, then have a look in the list of Wikipedia past. There you can find more cities in Canada.
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