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209 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.

What Travelers Love About Niagara Falls

  • Waterfalls

    20,531 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    17,190 recommendations

  • Scenery

    16,374 recommendations

  • Nature

    10,731 recommendations


778 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.

What Travelers Love About Toronto

  • Shopping

    12,842 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    12,789 recommendations

  • Restaurants

    11,184 recommendations

  • Food

    9,948 recommendations


714 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.

What Travelers Love About Montreal

  • Restaurants

    11,963 recommendations

  • Culture

    11,221 recommendations

  • Food

    11,098 recommendations

  • Shopping

    10,211 recommendations


311 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.

What Travelers Love About Vancouver

  • Scenery

    11,066 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    10,419 recommendations

  • Nature

    8,668 recommendations

  • Food

    8,558 recommendations

Best places to see in Canada

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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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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Lynn Canyon Park
Hiking heaven. Lynn Canyon Park is made up of 617 hectares of walkable woodland. There are trails for all levels, from rookie ramblers to hard-core hikers. Pop on your comfiest shoes and wander the woodland, among the thick, grizzled trunks of Douglas firs and Western red cedars. If you’re feeling particularly daring, head to the 30-foot pool and plunge into its icy waters!
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Science World
This science museum gets inquisitive minds whirring. Through its array of hands-on exhibits, visitors of all ages engage with science while having rip-roaring fun! Connect your heartbeat to a bass drum, build your own skyscrapers out of wood and run on an energy-measuring kinetic wheel. Then sit down to an immersive experience at the on-site IMAX cinema.
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Art Gallery of Ontario
The city's most refined spot. Hang with the art-savvy in the city's most cultured venue. Come here to see continental paintings, from the French salon to the old Flemish and Dutch masterworks of Rubens and Ruysdael. Past and future exhibitions include Art Spiegelman and Basquiat. An impressive cache of African sculptural and figurative works are also on display.
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Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
Wall Street isn't the only place known for its sharks. Take a swim (or more precisely, don't) in one of Canada's best-known aquariums. All manner of marine life—from clown fish to crustaceans—swim by behind reinforced glass. Don't miss a chance to play in the “ray bay” and run your hand over a slippery stingray breaking the water's surface.
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