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Excursions Canada

Canada is geographically the second-largest country in the world. Due to its size, Canada's sights are particularly difficult to visit in just one holiday. Despite the magnitude of the country, urban cities are located only in the south, of which quite a few are certainly worth a visit. Vancouver is mostly known for its hosting of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Tourism-wise, the city presents itself with many facets. Mountains meet the ocean here, where the Harbour Center Tower with its panoramic view calls home, as well as Grouse Mountain, which is able to be reached with North America's largest cable car, taking you to the most beloved sights. Stanley Park, along with the Vancouver Aquarium, is not only the largest park in the city, but all of Canada. Want more superlatives? The spectacular Capilano hanging bridge, of which you can walk across, is the highest and longest in the world– and is also home to the world's largest private collection of totem poles.

Of course, Toronto also attracts with its CN Tower, the highest free-standing building in North America with a height of 553 m, and the largest zoo (280 hectares, around 5,000 species of animals). In Calgary, visitors experience an Olympic history close up, just as in Vancouver- after all, the sporting facilities for the 1988 Winter Olympics are still standing here. An overview of the city can be best seen from the 190 m high Calgary Tower. The capital of British Columbia, Victoria, is the "City of Gardens". And Chemainus is also known as the "City of Painted Houses". 39 large murals on various facades, tell a history of city and land. Shopaholics should head towards Edmonton, where the West Edmonton Mall can be found, the largest shopping and entertainment centre in the world. 800 shops, cafés and restaurants are waiting to be discovered, in addition to 26 cinemas and 7 attractions, such as indoor bungee-jumping.

For nature-lovers, a worthwhile visit to the Jasper National Park is a must, also because here is where you can go back in time. The biggest connected ice field south of the Arctic circle, the Columbia ice field, stretches over a distance of 325 square metres. A relic from the last ice age, the ice field feeds into 8 large glaciers. However, annual figures taken from the surface of the ice also point out the decline of the mass.

Resorts in Canada

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