Fall colors in Gatineau park
Hidden Gem Cities To Add To Your Canada Bucket List
This capital city of Nova Scotia remains relatively unexplored by international visitors, but there's plenty to do, including wandering the adorable waterfront.
Halifax is right on the sea and features many coastal walking trails. Foodies will enjoy the broad range of restaurants, and the city hosts the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
Edmonton's crazy weather is part of the fun. In summer, travelers can enjoy long days that are great for hiking in the morning and a lengthy drink in the evening.
The winters are great for catching the Northern Lights, while the fall brings underrated foliage, and spring is perfect for hiking and enjoying the seasonal blooms.
Edmonton's festival scene is robust, from the International Street Performers Festival to the Fringe Festival and Jazz Festival. There are also lots of sports teams in the city.
British Columbia's cute little capital city will transport you to Europe thanks to its cobblestone streets, adorable pubs, and cozy cafes.
Victoria is also incredibly walkable, ideal for relaxing and taking in the atmosphere without the stress of traffic or finding a place to park.
Kelowna is well-loved by Canadians looking for active holidays. In the summer, the lakefront is ideal for walking, jogging, or enjoying nature.
Knox Mountain, Wildhorse Canyon, and Myra Bellevue Provincial Park provide a plethora of trails for hikers. The latter park is full of jaw-dropping colors in the fall.
In winter, skiers and snowboarders will delight in the nearby runs on Big White and Apex Mountain. Kelowna is also a great base for any B.C. wine-tasting tour.
This town can be more enjoyable than Kelowna thanks to the lack of traffic and better, unobstructed views. Additionally, the stunning Naramata Bench is nearby.
This famous wine-growing area is also a hotspot for amazing breweries. A popular thing to do is rent bikes and tour the area, stopping in at various vineyards or breweries.