For travelers, Canada is a land of dualities: old-world and high-tech, raw beauty and urban charm, relaxing hot springs and world-class skiing. It's also home to two official languages – English and French. This aspect of the culture is prominent in the Province of Quebec, where storefront and public signs are in French - and most, though not all, shops have English-speaking staff. Whether you’re looking for a slice of nature or an oasis of modern charm, Canada has a destination you'll never forget.
Montreal will transport you back in time to 18th-century Europe at the center of Old Montreal and the Basilique Notre-Dame. Nature buffs can hike and ski to their heart’s content before heading back to the spa in the mountain town of Banff (via Calgary International Airport). Or If you're into urban sightseeing, be sure to check out Gastown-Chinatown in Vancouver - itself a top romantic getaway.
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Editor's Note: U.S. citizens should be aware that while documents such as an Enhanced Driver's License or a birth certificate may be sufficient to enter Canada by land or water, a passport is required to enter Canada by air - and is strongly recommended for all travel types.