Canadian Cities and their Treasures
Next, a quiet stroll in the Governor General’s grounds and gardens is not only beautiful but also an excellent chance to see a changing of the guards at the Gates. Across the bridge into Hull and you will find the Canadian Museum of Civilization with its exhibits and displays. Then wander down towards the Parliament Buildings and enjoy the panoramic views of cliffs across Ottawa River.
The Niagara Falls is just as famous as the Rocky Mountains. Canada holidays give people the opportunity to see up-close the world famous landmark. You can take an all-round tour that takes you to both sides of the falls: Niagara is shared by the US and Canada.
The luxury trip, on the famous Maid of the Mist boat, can take 8 hours as you take in other sights and attractions. They include the Table Rock an area that is excellent vantage point to see the Niagara. Then there is the Niagara River Gorge where you can see how the rushing water of the fall have eroded and shaped the rocks beneath. Other spots are the Goat and Luna Island, the Floral Clock and the Mighty Whirlpool.
Then there is Victoria City and its world famous Butchart Gardens. In this botanical garden, one of the most beautiful in the world, you will see several types of gardens. There is the Japanese and Italian Gardens, the Sunken Garden, the English Rose Garden and of course the lovely Ross fountain. The various gardens and their flora are all linked together through streams, ponds and wide open lawns.
Walks through these gardens make Canada holidays truly unforgettable.