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Ottawa, the bilingual (French and English) capital, offers hot spots the National Gallery of Canada, the Museum of civilization, a freaky ByWard Market, beautiful gardens at Rideau Hall and much more at. The Rideau Canal is a world cultural heritage, which is the world’s largest skating rink in the winter. There’s nothing cooler than to watch. Ottawa’s white collar crowd skating to work every morning and in February, the channel is the scene of the Winterlude Festival, North America’s largest winter festival at all. Planning a short stay in Ottawa to enjoy this city! Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city outside of Paris and is the most popular city in Canada. She is best known for the vibrant night life, but also the special location, architecture, and cultural attractions make this city worth a visit. Home of the Cirque de Soleil and just for laughs, Montreal has a thriving entertainment scene. The architectural spirit is evident in attractions like the Biodome, the Notre Dame Basilica and in the living conditions of the citizens. Go to Sela Ward for more information.

Montreal is the center of Quebec’s rail system, a gate, to the natural and cultural different Gaspe region and leads to the maritime provinces. Quebec City is the only walled city in North America. It was the Centre of the national fur trade and the place where the battle of the plains of Abraham was held at the France and England fought for dominance over North America. Don’t miss, the visit of the historical centre in Qeubec himself, take a boat trip and enjoy the unique French-speaking culture in one of the characteristic terraces. The CanRail continues our journey by train through Canada pass and we presented more cities in Canada and the best hostel in Canada, to make the trip even more fun. The CanRail pass offers 12 days free travel in Canada within a period of 30 days.

Written by Minna

March 24th, 2019 at 9:49 am

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