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The Top Five Cities to Swap Home in Canada

Canada is the second largest country on earth and a home to people from different parts of the world. This mix of culture has made both Canada’s big cities and small towns a very interesting place to visit. 

Below we give you Canada’s top cities and the must-visit places in each city. 

Vancouver – this beautiful city has a lot to offer even for the most discriminating home exchangers. You can find one of the world’s largest and most impressive urban parks here –  the Stanley Park. And if you want to have a closer experience with the rich marine life of Canada, all you have to do is visit the Vancouver Aquarium. 

Want to scratch your shopping itch? Head over to the country’s shopping Mecca at Robson Street. 
Looking for the perfect souvenir to take home? You should get one from Gastown. 
Other places you don’t want to miss in Vancouver include the Canada Palace, Granville Island, the Harbour Centre, Vanier Park and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. 

Toronto – the country’s largest city and one of its major economic and cultural centres. This mega-city attracts both local and foreign tourists because of its rich and diverse culture. Another attraction that draws tourists is the iconic CN Tower – one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. Other places to visit in Toronto includes the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) – where architecture meets art, the hilltop Castle of Loma, the Edwards Garden, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Harbourfront Centre. 
And for those looking for nightlife buzz and shopping centres, Dundas square is the place to go. 

Ottawa – this is the country’s capital, a dynamic home to over 1 million people. Discover the country’s rich heritage and culture by visiting impressive historical landmarks as well as word-class museums and galleries showcasing stunning local collections and exhibits from across the country and from all over the world. 
If you want to do more than just sight-seeing and museum tours, Ottawa will not disappoint you. The city is alive with festive celebrations all year round. Some of the most famous being the Winterlude held every February, the Tulip Festival on May, the unending music festivals and the nightly sounds and lights show. The grandest Canada Day celebration is also held in Ottawa every July 1st . 

Ottawa is a really beautiful place – an urban centre in touch with the greenness of nature. This is the perfect destination for tourist who loves to enjoy the great outdoors and still want to experience a good cosmopolitan vibe whenever they want to. 
Montreal - Here are the top 4 attractions you don’t want to miss in your visit to Montreal, Canada:

The Biosphere – the world’s largest geodesic dome with fun and interactive exhibits inside. 
Habitat 67 – a uniquely designed housing complex built more than 4 decades ago. 
Notre Dame – one of the most visited landmark in the city. This world renowned church has magnificent, ornate interiors. 
Montréal’s Botanical Garden – with its dramatic landscaping and full greenness, you can retreat to this garden for some peaceful relaxation time anytime of the year. 

Quebec City – with its natural local charms and medieval French flair, Quebec City lures tourists to its bosom. The city has all the elements for a perfect travel destination – a stunning metropolitan life, a historically rich culture, old world architecture and some of the most romantic sceneries in North America. One of the city’s major tourists’ spot is the Historic District of Old Quebec which was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985. 
No visit to Quebec City is complete without a stopover in one or more of these places: the Plaza Royale, the Citadel and the Battlefields Park.

We could have listed several more cities, but we know the human brains works well with a short list, so there, our 5 top picks.

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