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  • 1

    Old Montreal

    96 reviews

    The perfect rustic European feeling in Old Montreal. It is a popular tourist spot packed with restaurants of great quality and many shops along the roads. It is also right next to the Old Port, a great place to take a stroll and admire the St. Lawrence.

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    St. Lawrence Market

    52 reviews

    The best market in the world! There's such a variety of food, ensuring that there's something for everyone regardless of culture and personal taste. What a fantastic maze of food.

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  • 3

    CN Tower

    314 reviews

    What a fabulous view! People of all ages can entertain themselves for hours, enjoying fabulous food, staring at the fabulous Toronto skyline and aerial view of the city from all angles, and standing on the glass floor to feel as if you're floating. A must-see, over and over again.

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  • 4

    Distillery Historic District

    35 reviews

    The Distillery District is home to the Gooderham and Worts Distillery complex. The cobbled streets and 19th century brickwork is a fine example of Victorian-era industrial architecture, and the setting was coveted in the mid to late 90s by numerous film and television productions. The district is also home to Toronto's own Mill Street Brewery, craft beer specialists who have ...

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  • 5

    Old Port of Montreal

    31 reviews

    Really nice place to walk around especially during sunset. You can get picturesque views of Old Montreal from the wharfs.

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  • 6

    Granville Island Public Market

    68 reviews

    When on Granville Island you must go to the Public Market. The stalls contain fresh seafood, bakery and lots of other tempting things - go on, you owe to yourself

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    Yonge-Dundas Square

    38 reviews

    This square in the heart of the city is often called to the Times Square of Toronto. This is a fun area with plenty to see and lots of shopping and restaurants.

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    Yonge Street

    66 reviews

    Located in the heart of the city, this is an easy place to spend a few hours. There is so much to see and really something for everyone with great restaurants and cute shops.

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  • 9

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    79 reviews

    Gorgeous, historic church that can't be missed on your visit to Montreal! If the stunning architecture doesn't take your breath away, the elegant interior will. Great light show at night that tells the history of this place.

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  • 10

    Toronto Islands

    178 reviews

    Very peaceful compared with the bustle of the city, and full of great trails.

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  • 11

    Rogers Centre

    169 reviews

    Great stadium in a fun part of town! Even if you don't have tickets, you can wander by for the party atmosphere and hit the nearby sports bars.

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  • 12

    Royal BC Museum

    35 reviews

    Our local museum is the best honestly! Great service, great exhibitions, great quick bites (there's a cafe downstairs), great coat check, great great great! you know you have to visit the museum when the locals tell you its the best! Go there!

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  • 13

    Mount Royal Park

    58 reviews

    ok first: you have to climb up the hill. it's not a big deal, but I went there in winter, so everything was full of snow and slippery. But the hike is really worth it when you're up there. You'll have the best view over the city!

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  • 14

    The Plateau

    15 reviews

    The perfect mix of green space and trend - the two things that would sum up The Plateau district of Montreal. My place is located right in the heart of this great neighbourhood, with its numerous restaurants ranging from Argentinian to Zambian food and artsy and artisanal boutiques not found in other parts of our glorious city. Take a stroll ...

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  • 15

    Stanley Park

    110 reviews

    The perfect view of the Vancouver skyline. Amazing at night.

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  • 16

    ByWard Market

    12 reviews

    Love this place. First on my list of things whenever I visit the Ottawa area. Lovely European feel to it, great cafes and restaurants. Great for people watching and just relaxing. There's also lots of fresh food stores here and you can easily spend 1-2 hours walking around the market and sitting down for some grub.

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  • 17

    Niagara Falls

    162 reviews

    $6.99 all you can eat breakfast served until 2pm. The selection of the buffet is the standard American style breakfast, bacon, sausages, eggs, waffles, French toast, Greek yogurt, oatmeal, and toast. I was disappointed that there was no fresh fruit. The only type of fruit was fruit cocktail...

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  • 18

    Chinatown

    45 reviews

    Quite rare to find such an extensive Asian neighbourhood in North America. They also have amazing food.

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  • 19

    Granville Island

    74 reviews

    We explored Granville Island on a Sunday morning and wish we had allocated more time here, there is just so much to see and so much to do. Located in the False Creek region across from downtown Vancouver, the island boasts its own atmosphere and flavor. Formerly an industrial area, the historical reminisce of its past is still visible in ...

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  • 20

    Vieux-Québec

    25 reviews

    This was my favorite area in Quebec City! Mainly this was due to the great feel of a small European town due to the small shops and architecture. It almost had me fooled! So if you're looking for European scene without the pricey ticket, this would appease you for a bit!

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