Press Release: March 05, 2010
Canada is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World the Niagra Falls. A visit to the natural phenomenon is a stupendous, breathtaking experience; with attractions present both day and night. The evening illuminations are a particularly spectacular sight. Over 20 million visitors were thought to have visited the Niagra Falls over the course of 2009, underlining its vast appeal to a worldwide audience.
Canada remains a half-English, half-French speaking nation, with the city of Quebec the predominant French quarter, with its heritage and lifestyle still largely French orientated. In fact Quebec is one of the only remaining cities in North America to have preserved its Francophone culture, having been a French colony for more than two centuries.
Similarly Vancouver and Toronto are the two other most popular metropolitan Canada vacation rentals visited by tourists. Vancouver is ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world, with its breathtaking scenery and modest climate combining with a welcoming atmosphere for all. Toronto is also a great place for holidaymakers to base themselves for an Ontario Canada vacation rental, with its wonderful heritage and sporting culture a joy to behold.
Nevertheless, if the great outdoors particularly takes your fancy then Canada vacation rentals offer a great selection of activity holidays from camping to skiing, or hiking or kayaking your way across the country. Canada also boasts a number of festivals throughout the year including music and film festivals to the Calgary Stampede in July, which has a rodeo, chuckwagon races, grandstand shows and more.
For British holidaymakers, a Canada vacation rental can seem like a home from home in many respects, but the glorious landscape and scenery is worth the trip alone.
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