Canada’s cities are diverse, each offering their own exciting twist on nightlife, culinary fare, music, art, and so much more.
These are the best cities to visit in Canada if you’re looking for a fun and unique night out.
Real estate in Toronto is attractive to people who find the likes of New York City fun, as this Ontario city has often been compared to The Big Apple.
Here you will find world-class theatre productions, high-end eateries, boutiques that sell a variety of wares, and something to do no matter the time of week, month, or year.
Over fifty percent of people living here were born outside of the country, making for a veritable melting pot of cultures that are reflected in the arts, entertainment, and culinary realms.
You’ve got Little Italy, Little India, Little Portugal, and Koreatown within the city limits.
Victoria, British Columbia
Victoria is often thought of as the most forwardly British cities on the continent.
It’s filled with galleries, architecture, tea rooms, and antique shops that are reminiscent of England.
Newer business and happening in the town put a twist to the age-old British feel with hip coffee bars, cafes, and boutiques.
If you like to bike you’re in luck, as Victoria has the most bike routes of any other place in Canada.
Nature lovers rejoice – it’s hard to beat the natural sights in Banff.
The glacier-fed Lake Louise is a stunning turquoise that can be seen from shore while hiking or biking, or can be glided along by kayak or canoe.
The small downtown area is packed with entertainment, shops, and places to eat when you aren’t getting physical in the great outdoors.
This is the second-largest city in the country after Toronto and is often thought of as the capital of culture.
It’s French-speaking with the that culture’s influences laced throughout more than the language
There are cobblestone streets that horse-drawn carriages take riders down, charming cafes, and grand buildings.
Though urban, there is a historic district in the city limits that takes you on a trip to the past.
If you love the nightlife of clubs, bars, and live entertainment, Ottawa will quickly become a favorite.
It’s home to many bars and nightclubs that double as entertainment destinations.
Mulligans Golf Bar has golf simulators among the bar food and drinks you can enjoy. The Loft Board Game Lounge is a two-level bar that provides patrons with their choice of 1,200 board games and 1,000 video games to enjoy.
Alberta’s capital city is one of the fastest growing in the country with much to see and do.
This cosmopolitan city has year-round events that showcase the mix of native and foreign-born residents. It’s even known as the Festival City.
It’s also the home of North America’s second largest mall, West Edmonton. Fort Edmonton Park is Canada’s largest living history museum.