You can fly to Canada in just over 7 hours so it's easy to visit for a few days or a week. A city break in Toronto is no further to travel than New York (and I think it's better!) Plus, Canada's cities are so friendly and welcoming.
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All Canada's top cities are serviced by handy airports. There are plenty of things to do in the cities and nearby. Take a look below to see the top attractions near Canada's city airports.
Get an inside look into the buzzing culture and iconic streets of Canada's vibrant cities.
Canada is known for its stunning natural landscapes, but its cities are just as spectacular. A Canada city break boasts some of the biggest shopping centres in the world, from the Eaton Centre in Toronto to the West Edmonton Mall. It boasts fresh foodie scenes with a global influence that remain uniquely Canadian (try the Pacific salmon sushi in Vancouver). With some of the world’s most iconic attractions, from Toronto’s CN Tower to the Montréal biosphere, a city break in Canada rivals the best cosmopolitan centres in the world.
A Toronto city break offers all the nightlife, dining and bright lights of NYC but with the charming warmth of Canadians – and a healthy interest in hockey. Montréal rivals Paris with its rich French history, rare art and culture in bucket loads. In Canada’s West, cities like Calgary, Banff and Lake Louise have everything from authentic cowboy culture to impressive mountain scenery and stunning glacial lakes. All our city breaks come packaged with return flights and a choice of the best hotels to suit all budgets, from Fairmont to Fourseasons, Hilton to Holiday Inn. Just let us know your interests and we’ll help you tailor an excursion-packed holiday to the most vibrant centres in Canada.
Pick your must-see city break experience from these amazing attractions.
The sky-high silhouette of the CN Tower in Toronto is one of the most iconic city skyline attractions anywhere in the world. You can get an incredible view of the city from 1,136 feet at the LookOut Level. The 360° revolving restaurant is a classic highlight. Plus, adventure lovers can strap on a harness and go outside on the EdgeWalk!
Ottawa, Canada’s capital, is home to the impressive Parliament Buildings which dominate the city with their Gothic architecture.
Ottawa is also home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Rideau Canal. Paddle in summer or skate on the world’s longest ice rink in winter.
The oldest area of Montréal has stunning French architecture and heritage, with sights like the Place d’Armes and the Notre Dame Basilica.
The most historic neighbourhood of Québec City is a UNESCO World Heritage treasure.
This stunning park in Vancouver is bigger than New York’s Central Park. It is filled with things to do, with a string of beaches, lakes and swimming pools. The 5-mile long seawall is a scenic haven for joggers, cyclists and even horse-drawn carriages. The park is home to a stellar aquarium, totem pole art and restaurants to dine in the woodland.