Fall in love with Canada
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Whether you’re seeking immersive festivals, iconic architecture, celebrated chefs or the latest in fashion, you’ll find it in Toronto. Plan your next vacation and save our best rates.
Celebrate the fall season with epic experiences and fun festivities in Vancouver, BC, where urban energy meets stunning natural beauty all year-round.
Whether you’re staying for a week or just a night or two, time spent in Calgary is always time well spent. From winter activities to internationally renowned events featuring theatre, music, comedy and dance from around the world, Calgary has it all.
The Niagara region is home to modern cuisine and wineries; it’s home to world-class entertainment and casinos; and it’s home to outdoor and historical experiences.
Sitting on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, Montreal’s streets are lined with a mix of centuries-old architecture and modern skyscrapers. Witness a city that’s in love with festivals, the arts, good food, living well and enjoying life to the hilt.
Edmonton has one of the most vibrant arts communities in Canada. Whether you’re looking for a quiet place to focus or something fun and exciting, consider Canada’s Festival City.
Canada’s capital has no shortage of historical charms — from Gothic Parliament buildings to a Unesco World Heritage canal. With a thriving food scene, a multicultural and multilingual sensibility owing to its location on the Ontario-Quebec border and an outsize night life, Ottawa is emerging as a popular tourist destination.
A pocket of continental Europe in Eastern Canada, Quebec City charms its visitors with an atmosphere all its own. As the birthplace of New France, Québec City has old world charm, French delicacies, and architectural wonders.
How Calgary Became Canada’s City of Brews
While taprooms and microbreweries have long been a staple in cities like Toronto and Vancouver, thanks to some governmental red tape specific to the Province of Alberta, Calgary’s potential to incubate an industry of innovative, small-batch craft beer was stifled for years and years.
A Colorful Road Trip from Montreal to Quebec City
Quebec is renowned for autumn colors. Starting in late September and lasting until mid November, the leaves — primarily from maple trees — turn vibrant shades of burgundy, sunflower yellow and burnt orange.
Discover Vancouver’s Iconic Neighborhoods
Flying into Vancouver is a testament to the city’s vibrancy. As the plane dips toward land, you’ll see ocean waves lapping against the shore and fir trees lining the landing strip. The smell of salty air is the first to greet you upon deplaning. You’ve arrived in “Vancity,” as some locals call it, and your spectacular landing is just the beginning of what’s to come.