Montreal, the world’s second largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris, offers a slice of Europe on the St. Lawrence River, with people-watching at an outdoor café on Rue St-Denis, shopping for gourmet treats at the vibrant Atwater Market on the Lachine Canal or enjoying a horse-drawn carriage ride in Old Montreal. Read about where to stay, dine and what to do at:
Toronto, the fifth biggest metropolitan area on the continent, is a vibrant a city of fashion and fancy, boasting top-of-the-line hotels, gussied-up museums, a multitude of theatres, hip neighborhoods and cool eateries and galleries. It is also home to the striking CN Tower, which celebrates its 35th anniversary in 2011. Canada's National Tower offers breathtaking views, an experience no visitor should miss. Learn more about how to explore Toronto, including tips on hotels, restaurants and the biggest attractions at:
Vancouver, with its waterfront setting and mild weather, is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors, whether they enjoy skiing on Grouse Mountain or bicycling along the Seawall in Stanley Park near English Bay. But Vancouver also has much to offer for sophisticated urbanites who appreciate eating at top restaurants along with exploring the city’s quaint neighborhoods such as Gastown, Chinatown, Yaletown and Granville Island. Find our 72-hour vacation guide at:
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