Canada comes into its own in the summer with thousands of festivals, epic urban bike trails, world-class beaches, and open-air art shows. Explore this interactive gallery and start planning your trip to Canada, where long summer days and even later nights are a given.
Street food. Live music. Giant parades. Street festivals are always amazing and no one does them better than Canada. From Calgary’s world-famous Stampede and North America’s biggest Caribbean festival, to the ultimate yoga celebration in Whistler and Ottawa’s epic dragon boat race, here are some of Canada’s biggest — and best — block parties.
With 125,567 miles of coastline – over 10 times more coast than the USA – Canada’s home to world-class beaches. Surf beaches. Pink quartz beaches. Golden beaches. Singing beaches. Lakeside beaches. There’s plenty to choose from. And in summer they’re scorching. Here are a few of our favorites.
Canada is nothing if it’s not diverse. Experience rich Aboriginal tradition, explore one of the most multicultural cities in the world, and listen to over a fifth of the population speak French. It’s time you experience Canada’s cultures.
One of the best ways to discover a city is on two wheels. Some trails stick to a single charming neighborhood, others take cyclists from city to nature. All are awesome.
Wwith outdoor installations in Vancouver, open-air street art festivals in Montreal, and groundbreaking art galleries across the provinces, Canada’s art scene is second to none. Here’s where to check out some of the most exciting developments in the country’s artistic offerings.
Canada’s home to amazing cities and some of the finest landscapes on Earth. Whether you’re trekking through rainforest, exploring Pacific islands, or climbing mist-cloaked mountains, the country is a beautiful place to revel in even the most simple experiences.
Rethink your idea of the typical museum in one of Canada’s unique cultural spaces. Whether you visit the biggest museum in the country, discover more about your favorite sport, or delve into Canada’s past, you won’t associate the word “museum” with the word “boring” anymore.