Short guide to Dartmouth for visitors

Short guide to Dartmouth for visitors

Dartmouth is a town located in the province of Nova Scotia in Canada. Located on the eastern shore of the Harbour of Halifax, Dartmouth is also known as the "City of Lakes", due to the large number of lakes located in the city. The city of Dartmouth was founded in the year 1750. The Halifax International Airport is located at about a half an hour distance outside of Dartmouth. It is the largest airport in the Maritime provinces, with daily direct flights from Toronto, Montreal, Newark, Ottawa... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Oshawa

Tourist guide to Oshawa

Oshawa is a city located on Lake Ontario, at about 60 km in the east of Toronto. It is the largest municipality in the Durham Region. The automobile industry, specifically the Canadian division of the General Motors has always been at the forefront of the city economy. Oshawa is also the birthplace of a famous race horse breeding, of which was born the famous racehorse, Nord Dancer. The city will also host the Pan American boxing, shooting and softball Games in 2015. We offer you a short tour... [ read more ]

Weather forecast from British Columbia

Weather forecast from British Columbia

The climate of BC is influenced by several factors and coefficients such as latitude, the topography of the mountains and even the Pacific Ocean. The diversity can cause variations between rainfall, sunshine and snowfall over short distances. Those who are looking for warm weather should head towards the south and those who prefer rain and the cold can head to the north. As British Columbia is quite a large region it has several different climatic zones: the first one is the Coast Mountains a... [ read more ]

Worth visiting places beyond BC’s borders

Worth visiting places beyond BC’s borders

British Columbia, also often mentioned as BC is a province situated in the western part of Canada and in its neighboring region there are several internationally renowned travelling destinations which draw many visitors throughout the whole year. Below you can read more about three wonderful cities, namely Banff, Calgary and Seattle. All three have something special about them that make them worth visiting. Try the national park at Banff, watch the rodeo in Calgary or visit the Emerald City ... [ read more ]

Best parks, lakes and trails at Toronto city

Best parks, lakes and trails at Toronto city

All towns need and have green areas and green spots where one can escape from the business of everyday city life. There is always a place where you can enter, rest and forget about the stress at work, breathe in some fresh air and try to tune out the buzzing urban noises. Toronto has several parks as such. Some have lakes others have trails. The common thing in all of them is that they make a perfect sanctuary and refuge for families and offer lots of fun and adventure on all levels. Visit th... [ read more ]

Neighborhoods of Toronto: Old Town, Financial district&Underground city and King West Village

Neighborhoods of Toronto: Old Town, Financial district&Underground city and King West Village

As a major city of Canada, Toronto offers a wide variety of cultural experiences. All over the town you can find a many little pieces from all over the world. So if you want to experience different cultures you don’t need to travel far, just visit Toronto and walk through all its fascinating and unique neighborhoods. If you are interested in Canadian history and you want to learn more about Toronto’s past, visit the Old Town district. For those who like architectural masterpieces we recom... [ read more ]

Neighborhoods of Toronto: Toronto Islands and Leslieville

Neighborhoods of Toronto: Toronto Islands and Leslieville

As a major city of Canada, Toronto offers a wide variety of cultural experiences. All over the town you can find a many little pieces from all over the world. So if you want to experience different cultures you don’t need to travel far, just visit Toronto and walk through all its fascinating and unique neighborhoods. Below you can read more about one of the hottest neighborhoods in town, called Leslieville and then travel a bit outside the city and visit Toronto Islands, which is only about... [ read more ]

The Giant Pandas of Toronto Zoo

The Giant Pandas of Toronto Zoo

There has been a partnership agreement between Canada and China which states that China will loan a couple of giant pandas for ten years to the country of Canada. The pandas will be bread at Toronto Zoo for about five years then later taken to Calgary Zoo. If the breeding is successful and there will be an offspring, they would get to remain in Toronto. Currently the zoo is renovating the space and making room for the pandas. The two pandas are called Da Mao and Er Shun. Da Mao is a male pan... [ read more ]

The greatest sitting area with natural assets in Toronto

The greatest sitting area with natural assets in Toronto

The largest park in Toronto is the Rouge Park, the capital’s well-kept secret and it is becoming Canada's primary national metropolitan park. It extends from the Oak Ridges Moraine to the coast of Lake Ontario and is located in an area more than 40 square kilometers surrounding Canada's biggest wetland, like the National Historic Sites, wild areas, farmlands that is historical, areas for fishing and a beautiful sandy beach. French discoverers gave the park its name. The history of this plac... [ read more ]

The most beautiful sightseeing attractions in Edmonton

The most beautiful sightseeing attractions in Edmonton

Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta. Sometimes it is called Canada's Gateway to the North and is the farthest north of Canada's big cities. Edmonton has important rail, road and air transportation links and became a city with a wide range of tourist attractions, sporting and cultural activities. Many people work in the trade industries and services. This beautiful capital city is located on the North Saskatchewan River. With over 30 festivals year-round celebrating the film, sports, a... [ read more ]