Canada, the largest country in North America, boasts peaceful cities and natural beauties, such as the Thousand Islands, the Canadian views of Niagara (Horseshoe) Falls, Island of Victoria, Parliament Hill, and museums in Vancouver and Montreal. Long-lasting winters offer great sports possibilities in skiing and hockey while salmon fishing and maple syrup are very popular.
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The best time to visit Canada is during spring, summer, and autumn, from April to October. Summer is considered the peak tourist season. You can witness warm days and cool nights with more humidity in the coastal areas from June to August. Winter months last from November to March with cold temperatures, snowfall and strong winds which are ideal for winter sport havens and ski resorts.
Vancouver offers lots of cultural attractions, sports facilities, outdoor markets, and museums. You can spend your free time in plenty of vivid pubs in Canada’s former drinking center.
The 17th-century architecture of Vieux-Montreal and skyscrapers next to each other symbolize Montreal, the bilingual cultural capital of Canada. Go and see the Basilique Notre-Dame and the Plateau Mont - Royal district filled with