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150 properties in Niagara Falls

Welcome to Niagara Falls

Featuring the best views of the awesome waterfall sharing its name, Canada’s Niagara Falls is a small city promising more than just a stunning insight into the power of nature.

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370 properties in Toronto

Welcome to Toronto

Toronto is a sparkling city that stretches along 20 miles of Lake Ontario's shore and follows a regimented grid pattern of intersecting streets. The city is made up of many distinct neighborhoods, including the Entertainment District, which is home to the CN Tower.

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349 properties in Montreal

Welcome to Montreal

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada and the entry point to Quebec province via Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport. Montreal truly has it all. Divided into East and West by Boulevard Saint-Laurent, there are several districts to the city, each offering a distinct atmosphere.

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176 properties in Vancouver

Welcome to Vancouver

Vancouver is an outdoorsy city ranking among the world’s most livable, sheltered by Vancouver Island and the Pacific Range mountains. The most famous peak, Grouse Mountain, is a favorite spot for hiking and skiing. Take the cable car up for magnificent views of the city's skyscrapers and huge Stanley Park.

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Best places to see in Canada

Toronto Island Park – Toronto Islands
Looking for an island getaway? Well wake up and smell the rhododendrons! The russet tones of autumn leaves, the fun of family-friendly wildlife trails, not to mention Far Enough Farm and the Centreville Amusement Park, with its mascot Beasley Bear; yes, you’ve landed on the island! There's even a golf course if you want to get a few rounds in.
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Hockey Hall of Fame
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Run amok with the puck. Not the title of a long-lost Scooby Doo episode, but rather a place to uncover the mysteries of Canada's national obsession. See it all – the original Kings' Stanley Cup in the vault (think the Sistine Chapel of Hockey!), sport memorabilia and interactive displays. You'll probably see parents and kids equally excited about what’s on display here.
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Whirlpool Aero Car
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Whirlpool Aero Car: scaring the pants off people since 1916. For some, it’s the shaky, antique cable car that does it. For others, it’s the ferocious whirlpool that thrashes below. This thrill ride ekes its way across the Niagara River rapids that straddle the Canada-U.S. border. You’ll pass through each country twice in a brief 1 km round-trip – with no visa required!
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Terrasse Dufferin
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The views from this boardwalk are anything but “duff”. This walkway straddles the upper and lower old town. Hop on the city funicular, and zip up to the promenade. Stroll in sync with the St Lawrence River, from the famous Château Frontenac hotel to the Citadel – the home of Governor General Dufferin, who commissioned the terrace. Once there, spot the cornerstone he laid in 1878.
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Skylon Tower
“Beam me up, Scotty!”. There’s something “1960s sci-fi B-movie” about Skylon. Firstly, it’s those yellow elevator pods that nip up its concrete spine. Then, there’s the top that resembles a floating UFO. Visit its viewing deck to see 360-degree vistas, or order food and let the revolving restaurant do the work. If Martians did land here, even they’d be wowed by the Falls view.
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Stanley Park
A park with patrimony. The peninsula now known as Stanley Park used to be the traditional lands of indigenous peoples such as the Squamish and the Musqueam. Clusters of brightly coloured totem poles give a nod to the previous inhabitants and their culture. Hop on your bike and roll through the groves, and take a spin round the seawall, with the glistening bay at your side.
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