Expert Travel Advice to Canada

Top Answers To Canada Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Take a look at Google Maps or Microsoft's new Bing tool if you don't like Mapquest. Or just buy an atlas or order a TripTik if you're an AAA member.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Most would argue close to the border... at least, that's where about 90 percent of the population lives. But if you're into the outdoors, far flung places to the north have the most wildlife and scenery, so long as you don't mind the isolation. Vancouver consistently ranks as one of the best cities to live in. And Toronto has more in common with East Coast cities than it does with, say, Calgary.
  • Alistair answered:
    Both cities should be a lot of fun. I haven't actually been to Montreal, but have visited Vancouver a couple of times. Lots to do there, including some outdoorsy stuff if you head over to Grouse Mountain or around Stanley Park. Granville Island has a nice little market and outdoor stalls and cafes for browsing. The Museum of Anthropology over on the University of British Columbia campus is quite impressive (though it's a bit of a hike to get there). The nightlife happens around the Gaslight District, though must say I felt a few of the areas nearby were a bit sketchy at night. Another Canadian option to consider would be Toronto, which has loads going on and an eclectic mix of cuisines and ethnic neighborhoods. There's some nice little galleries and bars over in the Distillery District, plus St. Lawrence and Kensington markets are both fun to browse. Enjoy!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Check out the Voyageur Heritage Network's website (http://www.visitamuseum.com/en/index.asp), which lists various related museums, historic societies, and organizations around Ontario.

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