The best Canadian cities to visit in 2022
Nothing like a good trip to get away from work and discover new and exciting places. Not that COVID is finally starting to settle, people are packing their bags and hitting the road once again. Since international tourism now means a whole lot of paperwork and vaccine passes, some are considering shorter flights and road trips instead of intercontinental destinations.
If you are thinking about taking some time off, here are some of the best Canadian destinations you can visit in 2022.
The largest and most famous city in Canada. Toronto is the northern version of New York, only safer, cleaner, and with fewer musical performances at night.
There are many things you can do in Toronto, such as visiting the historic music garden in the harbourfront neighborhood, going to the famous Art Gallery of Ontario, taking a stroll through the Harbourfront Centre, shopping at St. Lawrence Market, and, if you are feeling like a real Canadian, you can go to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The city is also famous for its restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. No matter what you like, Toronto has something for everyone.
¿How good is Vancouver you ask? It has been called more than a few times “the best city to live in the world” by travel and lifestyle magazines. With a rich cultural life, diverse population, and high living standards, Vancouver is an example of what a good city should be.
If you are planning on going, you should consider cycling around Stanley Park, visiting their historic Chinatown, taking an Aquabus to Granville Island, visiting the Richmond Night Market, and hiking in Lynn Canyon.
Niagara Falls is located on the US-Canadian border. The three falls combined, the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls, form the highest flow rate of any waterfall...in the world!
While definitely a sight to see, there are many other things to do in Niagara Falls. You can take a journey behind the falls, visit the Skylon tower, ride the Niagara Skywheel, take the Whirlpool Aero Car, hike through the Niagara Parkway, and if you are feeling adventurous riding the Whirlpool Jet Boats for a shot of adrenaline.
If you enjoy winter sports, then Whistler is the place to go. It is one of North America's largest and most popular ski resorts and the host of the 2010 winter Olympics. From November to May, the city becomes one of Canada’s most visited attractions, with tourists from all over the world seeking an amazing skiing experience.
You can visit Whistler Mountain (2,182 meters) and Blackcomb Mountain (2,284 meters). The Whistler Blackcomb resort has the longest ski season of any resort in Canada, so you can relax and enjoy your trip even when all other places start to close.