Winter is the Best Season to Visit Vancouver, Canada

Winter. It is worth to remind why the most magical of four seasons is exactly this age of the year. If you want to experience the splendour and lavish holiday idyll of favourite tourist destinations, now is the time to pack the bags and to engage in a winter adventure dreams. If you are one of those people who like snow and love hockey, Canada must be one of your favourite holiday destinations. Our recommendation is to go there, to attend a great match and enjoy the beautiful nature.

Canada is just one more city worth visiting. If you have never been there, now is the right time for it. Go to this parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy to explore something new or just to feed up your need to travel. However, you will not regret.

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Vancouver opens its doors and offers an unforgettable experience. This place, officially known as City of Vancouver is the largest city mainland in British Columbia, Canada. It was also named the Top destination in Canada by traveller’s choice. Vancouver is the eighth largest Canadian municipality according to 2011 census which recorded 603,502 people in the city. But, The Greater Vancouver area with around 2.4 million inhabitants represent the third most populous metropolitan area in the country and the third largest city with a developed film industry in North America. It has the most active start-up businesses.

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Vancouver received the title of most beautiful city because of huge water area and the mountains that surround it. It is a city with a lot of greenery and the lowest rate of carbon dioxide emissions in the continent. Surrounded by water and snowy mountains, Vancouver is a city that most stands for “green buildings”, planning and technology, with ambitions to become the “greenish” city in the world by 2020. It offers many activities like practice of winter sports, hiking, camping to entertainment content. There are many theatres, museums, parks and beaches. You must visit the longest suspension bridge named Capilano Bridge, which is located in a national park in North Vancouver. It is 140 meters long and visited by over 800 thousand tourists.

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