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146 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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388 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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404 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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185 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

Montmorency Falls Park
Poet John Keats once wrote about this park’s “monstrous steep”. In sheer height, Montmorency Falls topples the more famous Niagara Falls by thirty metres. Flanked by cliffs of evergreens, the cascade’s copious flow is felt from all angles. Ramble the park’s panoramic trails, take a cable car cruise, or traverse the suspension bridge above the falls’ rumbling waters.
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Queen Elizabeth Park
Long live the “Queen E”! This city park sits on a hill that pokes above the skyline, making it a vista-seeker’s delight. If you’re into fun and games, take your pick from roller hockey, lawn bowls and even disc golf (don’t ask, just try it). If you prefer escapism to exertion, duck into Bloedel Conservatory, a glass-covered jungle paradise where exotic birds flutter overhead.
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Citadel of Québec
It’s ironic that this military base is home to Canada’s only French-speaking army regiment – it was built by the British Army in the 19th century. Set atop Cape Diamond cliff, the star-shaped fort is a great vantage point for vistas over Old Québec and the harbour. In the museum, browse a raft of artefacts: from dusty 17th-century muskets to cherished collections of WWI medals.
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Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
Not soaked enough from the Falls? This waterpark plunges you into even more wet-and-wild fun. Here, kids and young-at-hearts zip down sixteen slides and splash around in the cool wave pool. Watchful parents perch on loungers to oversee the madness from a dry-ish distance. On the outdoor deck, beach bum-types lap up the sun over a cocktail.
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Hornblower Niagara Cruises
You’ve heard the Falls rumble, now feel their power first hand. Climb aboard a cruise boat to chug around all three gush-fests: the American, Bridal Veil and Horseshoe falls. Don your raincoat in good time – once you set off, waterworks soon follow! Even before you draw near the Falls, pounding pulses churn the boat and shower you in mist from head to toe.
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Place Royale
This cobbled square is the birthplace of French Canada. In 1608, explorer Samuel de Champlain opened a trading post here and founded Québec. Nowadays, the square’s quaint stone buildings house antique and craft shops. Wander the narrow streets until the bells of Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church ring. Then retire to Lapin Sauté to savour their rabbit stew and old-world ambiance.
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