where is the best place to visit in canada?

@gem786 (61)
United States
April 12, 2007 8:05pm CST
is there any canadian outthere? any ideas on best place in canada. i'm planning to visit canada this summer.
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• United States
13 Apr 07
Montreal is beautiful--well, ALL of Quebec is beautiful, but I lived in Montreal for 2 years. I am from Texas in the U.S. so it was VERy different, but so beautiful. St Denis Street is a great meeting place. You can walk up and down the street and eat at many sidewalk cafes, go into off the wall shops, wonderful coffee shops, etc. The night time is great...bars and clubs with all different kinds of people going in and out and having fun together. It's a wonderful place
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@judyt00 (3504)
• Canada
13 Apr 07
It depends entirely on what you ar looking for,. If its a party, come to Calgary Alberta July 6th to the 15th this year, Stampede is the biggest party in Canada if you are looking for scenery and wild animals, try the Banff and the BC rockies and Vancouver Island for the flowers. If you are looking for history, try Ottawa, or PEI or Quebec cityIf you ar just looking for peace and quiet, any Canadian lake resort will fit the bill. By the way, Canada's birthday is july 1st and no matter where you are that day, you will find a celebration.
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@7nicole1 (1634)
• Canada
13 Apr 07
Well Im from Canada and currently living near Toronto but am originally from Ottawa. If your planning on visiting Canada there are many different sites and places to visit but I think one of the nicest places to visit would be British Columbia. People are pretty friendly and its a beautiful place with many sites to see and many things to do so if your really planning on coming here I recommend British Columbia.
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@TinaCL (429)
• United States
21 May 07
I concur with all the people who say Montreal! Not only is it a beautiful city, but it's also a hip and vibrant community. It's near McGill University, so you get the stimulation of a university town and young people. What I loved most about Montreal was the shopping! I would love you just make one trip every year and just buy tons of clothes. You get Parisian designer clothes, but North American prices! Best of both worlds.
@gopal122 (23)
2 May 07
I am very interested to visit canada.
@mosvph (97)
• Philippines
27 Apr 07
Maybe you want a true blue Canadian's choice so you will get only the most outstanding places but may I, a non-Canadian, say what I think? You can choose any province and will be happy. I have been to only three: Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec. And I also went to Ottawa. I have seen only good places to visit! In BC it was good to stay in Vancouver and to make the trips to Victoria and Whistler from there. You can even take the cruise to Alaska from there.(but that's USA, hahaha) In Ontario, of course there are many things to do and places to see like the Royal Ontario Museum, the Bata Shoe Museum, the Quay and the small islands, and Marineland with its collection of so many whales! There are also other places to access from there like Niagara village and Falls and the famous and amazing Welland Canal. The US is also a few hours drive from there. Quebec has Montreal, that's like Paris transported, where even the street names and signs are in French. Ottawa is another interesting place to see. The Canadians take good care of their environment so I bet in any province of Canada, the air is good.
• United States
13 Apr 07
Let me speak as a non-Canadian and say there are many places that are truly AWESOME in Canada. Canada does an amazing job with natural surroundings. They have parks and bike trails and long paved walking trails. As far as particular places to visit, I would recommend at a minimum seeing Ottawa. There is a ton there to see and a lot of it is very inexpensive. Also, Niagara Falls, Canada is nice of course. Toronto has all the beauty of a large city including amazing theater. Montreal's Casino and French area is NOT to be missed. Even smaller areas like Gananoque and Brockport have some nice attractions like boat rides through the thousand islands and small theaters. Wherever you end up in Canada, you will love it. If you have a passport, customs will be easier. Have a great time !