Canada’s Top 5 Most Visited Cities



We all know that Canada is a popular tourist destination spot and it is not a surprise that the most visited cities in Canada are those who are the biggest ones as well. Why? because most tourists head the bigger cities to see the most popular attractions in them, all of the attractions that they have heard about before. If you are curious about what are the Canada’s top 5 most visited cities, follow our topic and find out more about them. Hope it helps you decide where to start your holiday.




Toronto is one of the best known cities in Canada, situated less than two hours from the U.S border and Niagara Falls. Toronto is at the heart of the Greater Toronto Area.  It is also the most populous city in the country, also known as one of the most diverse cities by percentage of non-native residents. Toronto has a rich cultural heritage and a wide range of attractions and activities for tourists. It is a true paradise for art lovers and for those who are interested about the tourist attractions which draw’s millions of visitors attention annually, some of the most representative sites are: The CN Tower, The Eaton Centre, Casa Loma, Centre Island, Royal Ontario Museum, etc.


Ottawa-Rideau Canal.


Ottawa is the capital city of Canada, also known as one of the most affordable cities for visitors. It is a real charming city with tourist friendly atmosphere and many fascinating historic buildings like the Parliament Building, Rideau Canal and other culturally important sites as the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Civilization. The list with the top Ottawa attractions is endless, so here are some of the must see sites of the city that every travelers should see on their vacation in the city: Parliament Hill, Chateau Laurier, Gatineau Park, Supreme Court of Canada are the ones that you shouldn’t miss out.


Vancouver is a real adventurous city, where every tourist could find the most suitable activities and adventures that they are wishing for. Being the place where the ocean meets the mountains, Vancouver offers a variety of things to do, so that is why it is the most popular Canadian city. In 2010 the city hosted the Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. It is a real cosmopolitan city with upscale shopping malls, great restaurants and vibrant nightlife. As we already mentioned a  range of things to do are waiting for you in the city such as visiting the Stanley Park, The Granville island, The Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Aquarium, English Bay and some extreme adventures in the Grouse Mountain and Capilano Suspension Bridge.




Having one of the largest French-speaking populations in the world, Montreal is the second largest city in Canada. It is also called as Canada’s Cultural Capital and it was also named as a UNESCO City of Design. The Old Montreal is a historic area of the city with one of most representative attractions of the city such as the Old Port of Montreal, Montreal City Hall, Notre-Dame de Montreal Basilica and Montreal Science Centre.  Other attractions in the city are: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal Biodome, Montreal Casino, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, La Ronde, Six Flags Amusament Park and a lot else.


Being the capital city of British Columbia, Victoria is a favorite tourist destination city located on the Vancouver Island. The city boasts plenty of historic buildings and fascinating museums. The city has an enchanting view to the ocean and to the majestic mountains. The flower gardens of the city are famous world-wide. Weather you are looking for a relaxing holiday or the one with full of adventures, Victoria has no ends of delights for visitors. Hiking, biking, fishing, shopping, dining, going to the museums and theater are some of the most popular activities available in the city. Some of the must see sites of the city are: Butchart Gardens, Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Craigdarroch Castle, Beacon Hill Park, Hatley Park and Oak Bay.

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