Canada is the world’s second-largest country by total area with approximately 9.98 million square kilometers. However, the country has only a total number of 37,602,103 inhabitants.
However, the country is not just perfect for every nature lover (the wildlife is amazing – you can see bears and whales for instance) but also the cities are perfect for gourmets and shopaholics.
Especially autumn is the perfect time to travel to Canada as it is not too hot anymore, but also not too cold. Further, nature will enchant you with its magic – the woods look are as colorful as in picture books and the golden October sun let’s shimmer everything in beautiful colors. Following, there are the five best places to go in October when in Canada.
It’s the country’s largest city and can be described as Canada’s New York City. Toronto is characterized by multiple skyscrapers in downtown, glitzy shopping in Yorkville, and Bohemian districts in Queen Street West. You should go and see the CN Tower, which was once the world’s tallest tower
2. Niagara Falls
Located at the US border the Niagara falls are probably the world’s most famous waterfalls. They are consisting out of three falls, namely: the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Fall. Together they form the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world (around 2,400 m3 per second). Believe us – it’s spectacular!
3. The Canadian Rockies
One of the world’s most impressive mountain ranges spans British Columbia and Alberta. The scenery provides mind-blowing views and contains a number of Canada’s highest peaks. The region is a paradise for explorers and not just perfect for skiing, (e.g. Banff) but also for hiking which is very nice in October due to the beautiful colors of the woods).
The French-speaking city is the second-largest city in Canada and can be described as the cultural and financial capital of the Quebec province. The metropolis combines everything a city needs to have: a downtown district with skyscrapers and great shopping and gourmet places, a historic quarter, entertainment district and several distinctive neighborhoods.