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Cheap flights to Canada
If spotting fascinating wildlife, wandering through vast open tracts of wilderness, and trekking up mountains all add up to a great holiday for you, then now is the time to book your next flights to Canada. The second largest country in the world offers all this plus a multicultural vibe in cosmopolitan cities and year-round sports entertainment, from ice hockey to rodeo, so get on those flights to Canada as soon as you can.
Toronto is a bustling metropolis with skyscrapers at its heart, as well as plenty of urban green spaces including the Queen's Park and 400-acre High Park, with a zoo and walking trails. Being a tourist is easy here, with plenty of great things to see and do. Torontonians are known for their friendly, easy-going nature, meaning it's easy to meet and make new friends here.
Vancouver is a seaport city in British Columbia, and the third largest city in Canada. Located roughly 50km north of the US border, it is a relatively young city compared to others. Vancouver has a colourful history and its population is made up of many nationalities with different customs and cultures, meaning various events take place across the city rich in diversity.
Although Montreal is clearly in Canada, it has a very European feel. Hear locals switching between French and English...often mid-sentence! The second largest city in Canada has a lot to offer from modern skyscrapers to historic cathedrals, from an urban feel to a wildness just beyond the St Lawrence River, and from a cosmopolitan vibe to corners of parochialism.
Canada is the land of Maple Syrup, ice hockey and of course the overwhelmingly beautiful nature! It is also called the "Land of a Thousand Lakes", and rightly so. Here are, in our opinion, the five most beautiful Canadian lakes.