Top 40 Tourist Attractions in Canada — #6-10

Canada is a huge country, the second largest in the world. It is replete with incredible natural areas, and, as it has grown in population, its cities have taken their place among the world’s greatest. In this series, I will explore the top 40 tourist attractions in Canada as we tour this wonderful land.

Most of the destinations included in this installment of the top 40 tourist attractions of Canada are located in the country’s westernmost provinces of Alberta and British Columbia.

10. Gastown, Vancouver, British Columbia — The oldest part of the cosmopolitan city of Vancouver is a charming enclave of well-kept architectural treasures.

Steam Clock, Gastown

9. Parliament Buildings, Ottawa — The Canadian capital is an impressive city with many landmarks. But the most elegant spot in the city is Parliament Hill.

Parliament Building, Ottawa

8. Parliament & Bastion Square, Victoria, British Columbia — Two of the most beloved landmarks in Canada’s most-British city can be found near its fabulous Inner Harbor.

Parliament Building, Victoria

7. Icefields Parkway, Alberta — Canada’s most spectacular scenic drive takes visitors from Banff National Park to Jasper National Park with over 100 miles of incredible mountain scenery.

Peyto Lake, Icefields Pkwy

6. Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick — Recognizable all over the world, these tree-topped offshore rocks are surrounded by water during high tide and totally accessible on foot during low tide.

Hopewell Rocks at Low Tide


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