Guide to Top Castles in Canada

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Some of the oldest castles in Canada date as far back as the 1700s, which create an absolute joyful experience to revisit the times and the ways of living from the industrial era with restored artworks and costumes interpreters ready to welcome its visitors. You might be familiar with Canada's tallest buildings and skyscrapers, but do you know much about the country’s royal heritage? Just as good as Canada’s modern architecture and natural landscapes, the centuries old castle-like structures in the country become a reminder of the roots of the colonial era in North America.

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Desserts that tourists love in Canada

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People who have a sweet tooth, only understand the true importance of desserts. While others have dessert as an after a meal or for the sake of it, people who are sweet enthusiasts take great pleasure in tasting and understanding different desserts across the planet. If you are such a person who respects and explores a variety of desserts, then Canada will be a heavenly journey for you. The country is known for its exquisite serving of desserts, ranging back to the ancient days of French and British settlers. The recipes have evolved with time and ingredients have been added, but the rolled down the idea of some desserts remain the same. In fact, for certain recipes, the procedure or ingredients have not changed even a bit! In most of the cafes and restaurants in Canada, you will find a wide range of baked/non-baked desserts to explore. Make sure you get your hands on the best ones! Different regions of Canada specialises in different desserts. Here is a curated list of all those desserts that recognise Canadian culture and tradition. If you happen to come across any of the desserts mentioned below, give them a try. Bon Appetit!

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Must See Places in Calgary, Canada

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Home to numerous skyscrapers, Calgary is renowned as one of Canada’s wealthiest cities. The city is blessed with year-round sunshine unlike many other cities in North America. Located at a good distance from many world class resort towns, amazing glacial lakes, astonishing mountain landscapes and the United States border, there are more than just a few reasons to visit this city.

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La Canada- Magdalen Islands of Quebec

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At a first glance the archipelago might appear as remote as another planet, but with culture and festivals of its own, including the island’s being host to the largest sandcastle competition held in the country, it would more easily become a highly recommendable travel destination. The breathtaking views of the islands of Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, also known by this longer name, is nothing less than spectacular, where while walking on its wide open white sand beaches you might get the feeling of having escaped this planet and landing in your craziest imagination!

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Top 10 Hidden Gemstones of Canada

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The Land of the Maple Leaf has many delightful attractions but with these attractions come thousands of tourists. If you are searching for less-frequented quiet but serene locations to visit in Canada, look no further. In this guided post we cover the ten secluded locations. The Grotto inside the Bruce Peninsula National Park in Tobermory is nature’s beauty at its best. The breathtaking sea cave formed over thousands of years by erosion and has the most striking turquois colour. The sea cave can be reached by a 30 minute downward hike through the Bruce trails.

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Tourist Guide to famous Beaches in Montreal

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The largest city in Quebec is a beautiful setting for many beaches in the city and many others which are less than an hour away. The river Saint Lawrence meets the city at various junctures to form most of the beaches in and around Montreal. The humidity of the summer months makes localites and tourists alike throng the beaches and lakes around Montreal. As there is nothing that beats a relaxing day with the sun in attendance, walking on the sand, and going for a dip in the shores.

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