Canada and its big cultural cities

Visiting Canada today is unique and unrepeatable because we can immerse ourselves in a boundless space made of natural parks, wild rivers, vast forests, waterfalls, great lakes and coasts with no end. Visiting Canada means visiting the Cascate Falls with their majestic size and scope of more than 168.000 m3 of water per minute. In addition to the pristine nature there are the various cities such as the beautiful city of Montreal, Quebec and Toronto.

Canada

Canada

Montréal is located on an island bathed in the St. Lawrence River which divides the city into two main parts, the west English speaking, wealthy suburbs and the central business district, east speaking neighborhoods and factories. It is full of museums such as the Fine Arts, Contemporary Art, Archaeology and History of Arts, Cinema of Quebec. Among the most curious is the Museum Juste pour Rire dedicated to humor. To see the Parc des Iles, the largest park in Montreal for sports and leisure and the Planetarium Down with an interesting spectacle every day. Also interesting is the Biocupola inside which are reproduced the four ecosystems of America.

Montreal Rain

Montreal Rain

Montreal at Night

Montreal at Night

Quebec is an ancient city which is very beautiful and full of atmosphere, very livable with all the historical center held as a pedestrian area. The birth of the city is told in the diorama of the Quebec Experience and the view is observed by the Observatory of the capital. Following the ramparts we reach the Citadel. To see the Basilica of Notre Dame du Québec, the oldest parish in the North American continent and the Château Frontenac in the French Renaissance style which is big enough to remind you of those fairy tales. Finally there’s the Galerie aux Multiples Collections that is completely dedicated to Inuit.

Quebec Coast

Quebec Coast

Quebec City

Quebec City

Toronto lies on the shore of Lake Ontario. The town’s landmark is the CN Tower, the tallest building in the world. Even Toronto is a city strongly multiethnic. It is the largest Canadian metropolis and offers all the cultural and recreational activities of the major world cities. It boasts the most prestigious museums of North America such as the Royal Ontario Museum or the Art Gallery of Ontario. It is also there that most of the theater and television productions and many musical events are performed.

Toronto Greenery

Toronto Greenery

Toronto at Night

Toronto at Night

For more on Canadian cities: What to see in Vieux Montreal, Canada.

Canada Cities photos: Nino H, Anirudh Koul, Fantasia63, archer10, filam61, tomms, GlacierTim.

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