I know you are thinking we’d have Toronto as our number one city in Canada, but we actually love Ottawa, Ontario.
Toronto is our home town so I will admit that we are a bit bias when it comes to The 6ix.
Nova Scotians are some of the friendliest people in Canada and you’ll feel right at home when visiting Halifax.
Vancouver is definitely the hippest city in Canada. Dave and I lived in Vancouver in the 1990s and have been back several times since.
Quebec City is only one of two urban centers in North America to be given the distinction as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It’s one of our favourite places on the East Coast of Canada with a hip downtown filled with chic eateries, boutique hotels, and a thriving art scene.
Niagara Falls makes nearly ever list of our favourite and best places in the world. And it is up there as one of the best cities in Canada too!
Winnipeg is a city that has a lot going on. The gateway to the Hudson Bay, Winnipeg was once the fastest growing city in North America.
While browsing other people’s best places in Canada lists, I saw that a lot of them mentioned Banff City in Alberta.
Located in the French Speaking province of Quebec, you’ll find a lot of Anglophones in Montreal as well, so English is not a problem.
When Dave and I first visited Victoria BC, we said “I could live here if it were on the mainland.”