Canada: the real wonderland

Known as the peaceful sanctuary of national parks and nature reserves par excellence, Canada crowns itself day by day as a country that blends in perfectly the wonderful contrasts of modern cities with the world’s most imposing natural landscapes.


Cities that preserve the authentic European style and their deep-rooted customs, immense forests amidst advanced cities and impressive deep blue lakes surrounded by canyons and mountains, are just some of the attractions that make Canada one of the most beautiful countries, not Only of America, but of the whole world.

While the whole country offers amazing places and natural wonders, Canada shelters certain sites considered world heritage, for its unique beauty, history and cultural and natural richness. That’s why we will tell you about the 5 musts in this stunning country.


  1. Niagara Falls

Yes, it ain’t really a surprise that they are at number 1 on our list, but this natural wonder hides more fascinating secrets than those shown to the naked eye. This imposing waterfall is the most voluminous in North America and the most photographed in the world. Niagara Falls are shared by Canada and the United States, as they are located on the border between Ontario and New York. With a height of more than 64 meters, Niagara Falls receives 30 million tourists a year.

They are divided into 3: Canadian Cataract, American Cataract and Bridal Veil. In addition, in the middle of them is found the Goat Island, which is accessible by boat only to admire the waterfalls from the inside. Without a doubt an unequaled experience in the world that allows you to witness the imposing strength and beauty of nature.


2. Stanley Park

Stanley Park is the largest urban forest in the country and one of the most beautiful in the world. Located in the beautiful historic zone of Vancouver, this place is a real oasis among the cityscape.

With 400 acres of green forest surrounding the winding west coast, Stanley Park offers panoramic views of the sea, as well as activities such as biking or hiking. It is possible to have picnics or enjoy a brunch at one of the quaint restaurants.

In addition, this park has lots of wildlife that coexists with visitors in a peaceful way. It is also possible to admire the Stanley Park in one of the boats that tours the nearby beaches.


3. Old Quebec

Québec is the only walled city in North America, with a European style, the result of the French conquest, of which authentic beauty prevails. Narrow alleys full of small cafes and typical food restaurants. Souvenir shops, small villas and seasonal attractions are part of what makes Quebec a charming and nostalgic city.

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Old Quebec was created as a fortress city, where the first churches and museums were built. Among the most beautiful and important colonial buildings that it preserves, are the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, or the impressive Basilica of Notre Dame, visited by thousands of tourists for its spectacular construction taht remains almost intact.

Another of the most historic sites in Old Quebec is the Chateau Frontenac, the most photographed and filmed hotel in the world. In addition to being one of the most beautiful and ancient constructions of the city, it offers a panoramic view that includes in the forefront the nostalgic St. Lawrence River and the famous Dufferin Terrace.


4. Parliament Hill

This majestic building is also one of the most beautiful monuments in all Canada. Built back in 1877 by the French Crown command, it is the oldest historical site in Quebec and seat of the Canadian parliament up to date.

Its architecture is inspired by the Palais de Louvre in Paris, under the French constitutional style of Canada and Gothic Renaissance influences. The building protects architectural elements of both, national and symbolic importance, having also been a main military base.

Parliament Hill receives more than 3 million visitors per year and is undoubtedly a place with unique beauty that should not be missed when visiting Quebec.


5. Saskatchewan

Perhaps one of the most magical places in the world, because despite appearing inhospitable, gives some of the most special phenomena that can exist in nature. Saskatchewan is one of the only 2 sites in North America where you can admire aurora borealis, a beautiful agricultural province known for its immense wheat fields.

In addition, Saskatchewan is home to the largest dune in North America, which boasts an imposing and unique spectacle in the world. Few places have the magic of this place that shows the grace of nature only to those who are able to wait to see the true beauty of this secluded place.


The above are some of the most beautiful and impressive places in Canada, which make this country a mystical and secretive site. However, it is only part of the charm of this country, admired by others because of its hospitality, culture of respect and harmony. Visiting Canada means to enter a world that looks straight to the future, never quitting their guarded natural roots that are one of its greater treasures.

For this and more, Canada is positioned as one of the trendiest destinations this year and should be among your plans in the upcoming months.