Canada Trip Itineraries
Top 10 Nightlife in Canada
Nightlife in Canada runs wild, and your biggest challenge will be choosing from the best places to stop for an evening. Looking for a sophisticated night out? Why not take in a show at the Tarragon Theatre? Though committed to the works of Canadian playwrights the theatre thoughtfully balances their works with those of international artists. The Mod Club Theatre is a dance club featuring the best in live music, such as Brit Indie, rock, pop, and electronic. One of the most popular nightclubs in Quebec City, Chez Dagobert, is located in a three-story mansion and features live music, an energetic dance floor, and a party atmosphere. After attending a show at the Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts, drop by Auborn Saloon for a late night snack or to sip on a martini. When a full day of skiing at Whistler leaves you hungry and parched, Dubn Linn Gate Irish Pub fixes what ails you with its full menu of Irish cuisine, large selection of beers, and Celtic music. Check out as many of these as possible, but try at least one to guarantee a fun and exciting Canada vacation. read more about Top 10 Nightlife in Canada... Read More
Green Travel in Vancouver
Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the world's most livable cities, and it's definitely one of the greenest as well. Even the new Olympic village is as eco-friendly as it gets. Vancouver is also full of restaurants that have a strong commitment to using regional and sustainable ingredients, and the city is full of parks, gardens, and other open spaces to explore on foot or by bicycle. read more about Green Travel in Vancouver... Read More
Top 10 Things to Do in Canada
When planning your vacation to Canada, you likely want to experience some of the top ten things to do in the country. We highly encourage sports fans to visit The Hockey Hall of Fame which contains exhibits, opportunities to test your hockey skills, and an impressive Wayne Gretzky tribute. Don't forget to call ahead to see if the Stanley Cup will be on display at the time of your visit. A trip to the top of CN tower affords you magnificent views of the surrounding landscape, and if you're brave enough, you can look straight down through the glass floor. On a beautiful Canadian day, pack up a picnic and plan an afternoon at English Bay. Here you can walk along the beach, join the many cyclists along the seawall, and take in the glorious sunsets. Athletic travelers should plan a visit to Grouse Mountain or Canada Olympic Park Ski Hill for various opportunities to hike, mountain bike and, of course, ski. Whatever interests you, Canada can provide an experience to suit your taste. read more about Top 10 Things to Do in Canada... Read More
A Whistler Weekend Romantic Whirlwind
Whistler is one of those cities that lends itself to entertain a variety of trips. Whistler's beautiful scenery, world class restaurants and deluxe hotels provide a perfect canvas for a romantic weekend away. After a day out in the cool air, there's nothing better than eating a delicious warm meal and relaxing in your cozy hotel room. read more about A Whistler Weekend Romantic Whirlwind... Read More
Business Travel to Toronto: Around the corner from Metro Convention Centre
If this afternoon's session of "Zen desk organization with an eye on the bottom line" isn't revving your engine, take the afternoon off and explore the area around Metro Convention Centre. You won't go too far, but we'll get you far enough away to forget about synergy and get to see a bit of the city. Nothing is more than 6 blocks from the Convention Centre, so it's easy for the savvy business traveler to take a mini-vacation.
One easy way to immerse yourself in Torontonians is to check out a sporting event, whether it be hockey with the Maple Leafs or baseball with the Blue Jays. If nothing's in season, you can satiate the fan in you with a trip to the Hockey Hall of fame - follow that with a trip to Wayne Gretzky's Restaurant, and you'll have the full off-season treat.
Not a sports fan? The Toronto Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art offers a uniquely Canadian fine art experience. Follow your visit with dinner at swanky Japanese restaurant Ki, or trendy Indian Joint Ultra Supper Club.For those who'd like to see the lay of the land, head up the CN tower and dine at the top of Toronto (and North America, really) at 360 Restaurant.
Once you're ready to loosen your tie a bit, immerse yourself in local brew at C'est What. For those hoping to return to their college days, check out the mayhem at Crocodile Rock - you won't be disappointed. read more about Business Travel to Toronto: Around the corner from Metro Convention Centre... Read More
Top Ten Nightlife in Ontario
Ontario nightlife is all about relaxing, meeting people and having good drinks and laughs in the company of your friends. There are plenty of laid back places that are usually frequented by the locals, but where they always welcome everyone with the best they have to offer. One such place that comes with high recommendations from locals and tourists alike is the Andy Pool Hall, homage in name and atmosphere to the famous pop artist Andy Warhol.
The night scene in Ontario wouldn't be complete without the local live entertainment available in the area, so make sure you catch a show at Rivoli, where they organize spoken poetry and comedy evenings, or Oh Canada Eh?!, a super famous award winning comedy show. There is also an unconventional theatre with shocking and controversial performances at the Buddies In Bad Times Theatre, while one of the hippest places for cocktails and young crowds is Mash. read more about Top Ten Nightlife in Ontario... Read More
Top 10 Restaurants in Alberta
Alberta offers a whole range of exquisite restaurants that use locally sourced ingredients and prepare them the international way, with tasty contemporary influences that will have you coming back for more. However, we don't want you to miss the diverse cuisine in Alberta, so make sure you don't settle for just a couple of places and try as many delicious menus as you can from the list we have prepared.
The Blue Pear is one of our favorite culinary destinations, that was turned by family owners into one of the best restaurants in the country with the refined and healthy dishes they prepare. The Bison Restaurant & Lounge is known for the locally sourced ingredients and the comfortable atmosphere, while the CHARCUT Roast House is all about contemporary style cooking with inventive French and Italian influences. In fact, the best food in Alberta is always about the combination of local culture and international twists, so make sure you have a meal at the wonderful Rouge for the perfect experience of diversity. read more about Top 10 Restaurants in Alberta... Read More
The Calgary Stampede brings in more than 1 million tourists a year and it's not hard to see why it's grown into a world-class show. The rodeo, the chuckwagon races, the food, the parties - there is plenty to keep you entertained, no matter what you're looking for. But one weekend is usually enough to experience the essence of Stampede, and that's probably all you can handle. read more about Stampeding Calgary... Read More