Flanked by the ocean and majestic Rocky Mountains, Vancouver is a city with the ‘wow’ factor. Gaze up at the snow-capped peaks of the Rockies while shopping downtown. Cycle along a meandering sea path or picnic amid the serene acres of glorious Stanley Park. Then drive by hire car to the spectacular Jasper National Park, taking in a jaw-dropping landscape of turquoise lakes, glinting glaciers and tumbling waterfalls en route. Continue to the vibrant city of Calgary – best visited in July.
Whizz by elevator to the top of the iconic CN tower in Toronto. Or cycle under a canopy of cherry blossoms in High Park. Drive by hire car to the Niagara Falls and gaze in awe at this mighty curtain of cascading waters. Continue to cultural Ottawa and wander around state-of-the-art museums before feasting on dynamic world. cuisine. Hit the ski slopes around majestic Mont-Tremblant Then stroll past the pretty 18th-century buildings of Old Montreal, stopping for lunch at a quaint terraced cafe.
Glimpse the majestic peaks of the Rocky Mountains between the shimmering high-rises of downtown in beautiful Vancouver. Wander around the cobblestone streets and pop into quirky boutiques in historic Gastown. Stretch out on the sands of Kitsilano Beach, or breathe in the sweet flower scent while strolling through stunning Stanley Park. Hire a car in Vancouver and drive to the idyllic mountain village of Whistler. Take to the ski slopes of this former Winter Olympics venue or out of season go mountain biking.
Immerse yourself in Toronto’s thriving cultural scene, or embrace its laidback pace. Stroll through parks filled with colourful blooms in summer. Or sip craft beer in a cosy pub in winter. With a hire car, the spectacular Niagara Falls are within easy reach. Stop at Niagara-on-the-Lake and take a horse and buggy ride through the tree-lined streets of this historical village. Discover the incredible natural beauty of Ontario – from the breathtaking Blue Mountains and magnificent Muskoka lakes, to the awe-inspiring Algonquin Provincial Park.
Culture and fine food are the calling cards of Montreal. Wander around sprawling food markets and indulge in ‘poutine’ - gravy-soaked fries with cheese curds – at one of the city’s abundant restaurants. Stroll past beautiful 18th century buildings and gaze at the glinting golds of the Notre-Dame Basilica’s ornate interior in Old Montreal. Then travel by hire car to Mont Tremblant – a haven for outdoor pursuits. Take to the snowy ski slopes in winter and bathe in the azure waters of Lake Tremblant in summer.