Canada has stunning scenery, great winter sports and clean bustling cities. The country is huge and getting from one side to the other will give you some of the most dramatic views in the world. Here are our reviews of tourist attractions in Canada and remember, all our attraction reviews are based on personal visits:
The CN Tower is one of the tallest free standing structures in the world and has been Toronto’s biggest tourist attraction since it opened in 1976. It was the world’s tallest for tower for more than 30 years, but lost … Continue readingCN Tower, Toronto
Stanley Park can be found bordering the downtown area of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It’s a 1,001 acre park made up from a mixture of park land, forest and seawall. It opened in 1888 and was named after Lord Stanley … Continue readingStanley Park, Vancouver
Gastown is a historic neighbourhood of Vancouver at the north east end of downtown Vancouver. It’s the citys oldest neighbourhood and is a dramatic contrast to the modern skyscape of downtown Vancouver. Its Victorian style buildings contain some of the … Continue readingGastown, Vancouver
Rogers Arena is located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia and is a premier events facility hosting numerous sporting and entertainment events. Opened in 1995 it has a capacity of around 19,000 depending on the event being hosted.
Sunshine village is a ski resort located near Banff, Alberta, Canada. Set in the spectacular heart of the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park. It’s around eight kilometres west of the town of Banff and an hour and a half … Continue readingSunshine Village, Banff
Calgary Tower is an iconic part of the city of Calgary’s skyscape. Built in 1968 at a cost of $3.5 million it was designed and constructed to celebrate Canada’s centennial of 1967 and as part of an urban renewal plan. … Continue readingCalgary Tower, Canada
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