Capitals Of Canada

The most popular tourist cities in Canada and those that includes all travel to Canada are Vancouver, Calgary and Victoria, in a coast West of Canada, and Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Quebec City and Halifax on the East coast of Canada. Vancouver is considered to be one of the three cities with best quality of life in the world. It has been home to the 2010 Olympics and enjoys the most important port in Canada. It deserves the title of cosmopolitan city due to the great ethnic diversity that we find here. For example, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Iranian, and Indian communities of great importance, apart from British, German immigrant and former Yugoslavia. Calgary is the largest city of Alberta, in an environment of hills and plateaus and approximately 80 km east of the Rocky Mountains. It is the third most populous city of Canada.

Here is held in July the Calgary Stampede, the most important competition of Canada of rodeo and everything that has to do with the old West. Victoria is the capital of British Columbia. It is graceful for a good climate and its numerous points of interest include the Butchart Gardens, romantic gardens of great beauty. Toronto is capital of the province of Ontario, the city bigger, globalized and the financial centre of Canada. One of the most important film festivals in the world, the Toronto International Film Festival is celebrated here. It is from this festival that arise the Oscars. Ottawa is the capital of Canada and the fourth largest city in the country.

Here each spring celebrated the Canadian Tulip Festival, event in which the city receives hundreds of thousands of tulips, as a gift from the Royal family of the Netherlands. Tulips planted in several areas of the city. Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec, the second most populous in Canada, and also the second most populous of the world francophone city. It is considered the most European city in North America. Quebec is the capital of the province of Quebec, purely French-speaking, its historic center, a walled enclosure, the 18th century French style It is world heritage of humanity by UNESCO. Halifax is the capital and largest city of the province of Nova Scotia. One of the gateways to the coast of the Atlantic of Canada.