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Icefields Parkway is a 230 kilometers (143 mi) long route as a part of highway 93, which runs along Lake Louise in Banff National Park and Lake Jasper in Jasper National Park. It is one...
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If you happen to be travelling Canada and feel like just relaxing nearby a lake, then Lesser Slave Lake is the perfect spot for you. With its 1160 km² (448 sq mi) it takes its place among the largest lakes of Canada. There's enough...
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Lake Minnewanka is one of the largest waters in the entire Banff National Park and is also considered one of the most beautiful in the Canadian Rockies. The lake itself is surrounded by a multitude of mountain ranges and thus makes...
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Although the West Edmonton Mall is, according to its name, more a place for extensive shopping tours, you can also experience a lot of adventures in the cool...
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The bathing world in Banff Upper Hot Springs has many wonderful characteristics which make it worth visiting. You are able to bathe in the outside basin of the...
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Johnson Lake flows directly into the famous Bow River and is a little secret address especially for the local water rats. The mountain lake is accordingly still a little deeper and colder than the nearby Cascade Pond, but specially...
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Lake Louise is not just a means of transport that takes you high up to the mountain ridges of the Canadian Rockies, but to a greater degree an...
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Child CAD15.95
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Generally speaking, the Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada is one of the best known hubs for fine arts and aspires to create an active connection between...
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The museum accommodates more than 40,000 ethnographic samples from the Southern Pacific, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. In addition, there are...
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Glacier Skywalk, a unique observation platform, is located between Jasper and Banff National Park amidst the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Being accessible for...
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The Royal Tyrrell Museum totally lives up to its historical name, given that more than 125,000 fossils are accommodated here. The entire collection...
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If you want to experience Canada's stunning nature in the southwest, you're exactly right on the Hoodoo Drive. All rock formations along the way consist of lime stone and usually are...
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The Halifax Citadel Hill has a long tradition to look back to. In 1749 the first fort was built here, which can still be visited. It is one of the buildings that was built in the...
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Yearning for a breath-taking panorama, there's no better place to go to than Lake Louise if you want to spent an entire day outdoor enjoying the pleasures of a dreamlike turquoise...
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Canada is home to a variety of indigenous species and thus many Canadian animal parks try to keep a representative number of domestic animals as...
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Child CAD15
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The Art Gallery Nova Scotia is the largest Atlantic art museum in Kanada. It is located in two places, one in Halifax and the other in Yarmouth. The...
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The museum is a historical hub of this beautiful Canadian city and is nowadays a listed building. The collection encompasses the recent approaches in...
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Originally called the Husky Tower, the Calgary Tower is a free standing observation tower in Downtown Calgary in Alberta, Canada. The 190.8-meter (626 ft)...
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Canada - The True North

Canada is located in the north of America and is almost as big as Europe. It is the second largest country on earth and is best known for its vast expanses and iconic landscapes. From rugged coastlines, to the Rocky Mountains, to huge national parks where you can admire the northern lights - there is a lot to discover in Canada.

In contrast to the vast, unspoiled nature, cultural hotspots and lively cities such as Vancouver, Toronto, Quebec or Montréal await you. Wild animals and friendly people - that's the charm of the true north.

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