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Best Places to Visit in Canada While Studying

From the Rockies to the Falls

If you like to explore new places then you’ll love Canada; it has countless interesting, exciting and beautiful destinations to spend your study breaks.

Places to explore during your study breaks

The Rocky Mountains (Rockies) and Banff National Park

Millions of people visit Banff in the Canadian Rockies each year, drawn by its stunning mountain views, turquoise green lakes, snow-capped peaks, and glaciers. If you enjoy getting outdoors to hike, paddle, cycle or climb, or are a budding photographer, consider visiting Banff in your summer break.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is Canada's most famous natural attraction, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. Niagara Falls is actually made up of three different falls - the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls. Horseshoe Falls is on the Canadian side and the other two are located in the U.S. You may have seen photos of the enormous 57 metre drop, but it’s nothing compared to the real thing.

Old Quebec

Old Quebec was founded in 1608 and contains the city's most historic buildings, including the well-known Château Frontenac. As well as enjoying the beauty of these amazing buildings, you can find great food and unique shopping in Old Quebec.

Toronto's CN Tower

Sitting on the shores of Lake Ontario, the CN Tower is one of Canada's most famous landmarks. At 553 metres high, it is one of the tallest structures in the world. You can enjoy a spectacular view of the city of Toronto and its beautiful lake from the CN Tower’s revolving restaurant, or test your bravery by walking across its glass floor – 113 stories (342 metres) above ground.

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Money and living expenses

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Shops and restaurants

You have plenty of options for where to shop and eat in Canada, but opening hours can be totally different depending on where you live (or visit).

Transport

If you live in one of Canada’s bigger cities, you might prefer to walk, cycle or catch public transport rather than worry about potentially more expensive (and less convenient) private travel options.

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