December 15, 2017

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Vancouver Named Among the Best Cities in Canada by Travel + Leisure Magazine

Canada’s cities are modern metropolises, but locals (and visitors) love that even in the heart of urban living, you’re never too far from nature.

The romantic, 55-acre Butchart Gardens are just outside Victoria. In Montreal, cyclists can pedal along hundreds of miles of dedicated paths. Readers who voted the two cities as among the best in Canada made note of both features.

Each year in our World’s Best Awards survey, we ask our readers to rate their travel experiences with hotels, resorts, cities, islands, cruise lines, spas, airlines, and more. Readers rated cities on their sights/landmarks, culture, food, friendliness, shopping, and overall value.

The urban centers that topped the list are very different—Toronto, No. 5, is an unmistakably modern city, while Quebec City has a Parisian feel, with narrow cobblestone streets and European-influenced architecture. It’s been on the World’s Best Cities list for more than a decade, thanks in part to its friendly locals who don’t laugh at tourists’ attempts to resurrect their high-school-level French.

But in addition to natural resources, all these winners offer a wealth of experiences for visitors, not to mention dynamic food scenes. Toronto (or the City of Neighborhoods) is especially diverse, with its Greektowns, Chinatowns, a Koreatown, and even a Little Portugal.

Whether you’re close to the border and looking for a weekend getaway, visiting from the far reaches of the world, or a Canadian eager for a staycation, this is your reader-curated list of the cities that belong on your bucket list.

Read More Here: http://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best/cities-in-canada#vancouver

Post source : Travel + Leisure Magazine

About The Author

Rick has lived in Vancouver since 1991 – first off Commercial Drive and now in Renfrew Heights – with his husband of 34 years, Dan. He has a background in travel, an interest in LGBT history, and a fondness for all that is geek.
As co-publisher of Davie Village Post, he looks for stories and news which are relevant to LGBT Vancouver, and invites you to submit your items and ideas.

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