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Canada travel agents can be instrumental in planning a good, memorable trip. They possess local knowledge and experience, and are able to come up with great tour proposals, from visa to airline tickets, from hotels to tour guides and excursions.

Canada is a vast country with a stunning variety of tourist attractions. The Great Lakes of Ontario, Erie, and Huron are the huge reservoir of fresh water and the place of unbelievable recreation. The largest province according to the number of inhabitants is Ontario, known for its vineyards, which produce the lion’s share of Canadian wines, as well as the Big Horseshoe of Niagara Falls. Ontario alone has more than 30 national parks, wild uninhabited northern areas, about 50 thousand pristine lakes and numerous rivers with a total length of 55 thousand km. The capital of Canada Ottawa as well as the city of Toronto are located in this province.

Ottawa became the capital of Canada in 1857. The main attractions of Ottawa are Parliament, the Tower of the World with more than fifty bells on it, a picturesque quarter around the Market Hall Bayword, the Stables of the Royal Police, and Rideau Canal, which becomes the longest skating rink in the world in winter months. A lot of visitors spend their time in the Canadian Museum of Nature, the Museum of Science and Technology and other cultural venues. This is a very quiet, clean and safe city.

Toronto is the largest Canadian city and a leading cultural and commercial center of Canada. The city is often called the international standard of cleanliness and order. This huge metropolis has an easily recognizable shape of the great skyscrapers, banks and offices, surrounded by dozens of green parks, where squirrels and other small forest animals amuse the public. Toronto is the city of neat gardens and lawns framed by major highways, and numerous national blocks neighbouring with each other.

Quebec is the largest and the most beautiful province in Canada. This area covers the most scenic areas of the country: the plains and the magnificent forests of the river St. Lawrence, mines and lakes, Estrie and Charlevoix, Lake Saint-Jean, Madeleine Islands as the region of sailors and fishermen. Here one necessarily goes to the oldest cities in Canada, Quebec and Montreal. In Quebec, there are several universities, the famous waterfalls of Montmorency and the low northern slopes of the Appalachian Mountains. Hundreds of beautiful tourist destinations, ski resorts, sandy beaches and protected areas welcome the tourists. Landscapes of southern Quebec are so diverse and charming that it is often called ‘The Beautiful Province’.

Montreal is the largest city in Quebec and one of the oldest city in Canada. It is situated on a river island and is known for the picturesque streets. The city has the nickname of ‘the City of Saints’. Modern Montreal is a city of skyscrapers, highways, huge international transportation. It is an important air and sea gateway of the country, its historic and cultural center.

One of the most beautiful provinces in Canada is Nova Scotia, surrounded on three sides by the ocean. The attractions include wide beaches and fishing villages along the coast, the National Park in Cape Breton Island, the Vikokomag Indian Reservation, Annapolis, and many convenient bays and beaches.

Winnipeg is famous for the Museum of Man and Nature, Winnipeg Art Gallery, The Building of the Confederation skyscraper, the famous Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and other historical and natural attractions.

British Columbia is the most western and mountainous province of the country. This is the area of marine landscapes, mountains, lakes, rivers, pine forests, green valleys with vineyards and orchards, the area of breathtaking scenery and friendly people.

Yukon is the area’s legendary place for ‘gold rush’. Yukon’s wilderness spreads across the area of 500 thousand square kilometers. Most of the Yukon Territory is occupied by the Cordillera, and in the far north there is the Arctic coast and tundra.

The famous quote -“Culture is the process wat’n person becomes all that they were created capable of the fact that” by the great philosopher Thomas Carlyle where in the case of Canada. The culture of the country’s a mixed blend of European, British and French traditions. The migration of the people of different countries is the result for the origin of the Aboriginal people in the country. Tourists visiting the place are often enchanted by the hospitality with which they welcome.

With a total population of 33 lacs, Canada is home for people of various origin. The british, American, African, Indian, American people of many ethnic groups can be found here. The people of this country are polite, tolerant and respect for the traditional beliefs of each person. Their language involves mainly English and French, but other than these two languages, Punjabi, Spanish, Italian and Arabic are also spoken deur’n considerable part of the population. Nog’n important reason waarom’n large number of people who live here is because of the reason that it has the lowest number of crime rates in comparison with any other country.

Ahead of the visit of Canada and the choice of any Canada vacation packages there’s some cultural labels wat’n one should know about. The most common form of greeting in the country is a handshake and it must be accompanied deur’n smile. Before referring someone through his or her first name you should always try to have the permission of the person. If you have any Canadian Friends there, then you can greet him or her with a light kiss on the cheek.

The best time to visit the country is between June and August. All the temperature stay hot here at this point of time, but it is very nice here make it suitable for the outside in a lot of activities such as walking and swimming. The temperature of the place usually ranges between 14 degrees to 28 degrees.

The culture ofâ land is incomplete without its literature. Canadian Literature is immensely influenced by Britain and France. Previously, literature was mainly focused on nature and frontier life, but it was from the middle of the 20th century, when writers expressed their views separately so gee’n other turn to the literature. Some of the famous writers of this country are Yann Martel, Michael Ondaatje and Margaret Atwood. All of them have the owner of the Man Booker Prize for their outstanding contribution in the field of literature.

Canadian Music has a big influence in the formation of the country’s culture. Music traces its roots from the American Culture. In fact, Canadian Rock is extremely popular among the youth of the country. Be it the performing arts centers, theaters, conservatories or the church halls; one can get to hear the traditional music at all these places, which sluit’n influence of Western and European Music. The country has given birth aan’n some of the most famous singers and musicians in the contemporary world such as the current youth sensation Justin Bieber and the all time favorite of music lovers, Bryan Adams.