Canada Travel Guide
North America is more than just the USA; Canada is the second largest country in the world and its southern border with the states is the longest common border in the world. Canada is made up of ten provinces and three territories and government by a democratic parliament which acknowledges Queen Elizabeth II as the head of state through a constitutional monarchy. It has a diverse economy based on natural resources and trade and has one of the highest standard of living indexes worldwide.
Canada has two official languages; English and French. Road signs in Canada are generally in English although in some areas, they use both languages. The currency of Canada is the Canadian dollar, (signified with the $ or C$) it’s divided into 100 cents and notes come in denominations from 1 dollar up to 100 dollars.
With ten different provinces, it’s no surprise that Canada has a huge variety of attractions, experiences and events to offer. Take a drive on the wild side with a road trip through the Rockies; encounter a natural wonder with a visit to Niagara Falls; tick the Northern Lights off your bucket list with a tour in Northern Quebec; or simply enjoy the sites and culinary delights with a city break to one of Canada’s diverse metropolises. Beautiful in every season, Canada will open your eyes to a world of wonder, wildlife and waterfalls.
The Netflights top destination in Canada is Toronto; home to a wealth of museums and galleries as well as jumping nightlife, Toronto gives the best of both cultural and social experiences. If you’re looking to holiday in Toronto, just check out our cheap flights pages below.
Here are our suggestions for a Canada holiday
Alberta : Discover Alberta, home of the Canadian Rockies. Visit Alberta for it's breathtaking scenery and vibrant and exciting cities. Whether it's sun or snow you are looking for, Alberta has it all. DON'T MISS - Lake Louise, Jasper - one of the most photographed lakes in the world.
Quebec : A vast territory bordered by ocean and the Saint Lawrence Seaway with endless tracts of wilderness that are made for adventure, interspersed with colourful cities that blend the old and the new.
Toronto : Toronto offers awe-inspiring sights, such as the CN Tower, one of the world's highest free-standing structures, at 1815 feet. The city itself is a great place to explore and a short ferry ride across Lake Ontario will take you to the 600-acre Toronto Islands.
Vancouver : From whale watching to museums, ski slopes to water sports, Vancouver has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for the ultimate outdoors adventure or a trip bursting with history, culture and sightseeing, this spectacular destination has it all.