Canada, home to a wide and native land of natural beauty—such as mountains, meadows, rivers, and great lakes—while hosting some of the world’s most buzzing metropolis—like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. From the urban to the outdoorsy, Canada has something for every visitor.

Let’s take a look at Canada’s top most famous and fascinating landmarks…

Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

During a trip to Old Quebec City, a stop at the prestigious 19th Century-built Chateau Frontenac is worth the gawking. The elegant hotel and its watchtowers and stunningly decorated drawing rooms overlook the Saint-Lawrence River and the entire cityscape.

Parliament Hill

Canada’s famous parliament buildings, located on Parliament Hill in the nation’s capital of Ottawa, are perched on the picturesque Ottawa River. In impressive Gothic Revival-style, take a guided tour of the structure that’s actually made up of 3 separate buildings—the East Block, the Centre Block (with its majestic Peace Tower), and the West Block.

CN Tower

The Canadian National Tower is a concrete communications and observation tower in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
It reich the 553,33 metres high, it was completed in 1976, becoming the world's tallest free-standing structure, now a days is the 6th.

Niagara Falls

There are located in the international border between Canada and the United States. 
Niagara Falls is the collective name for three waterfalls that were formed when the Wisconsin glaciers melted, the water create the Great Lakes and this amazing waterfalls.

Stanley Park

It is 1,001-acre public park that  borders the downtown of Vancouver, Canada and is almost entirely surrounded by waters of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay. 
This giant park  has about 8 million visitors every year. 
It was created in 1888.

Banff National Park

Banff National Park is Canada's oldest national park, established in 1885 in the Rocky Mountains. 
The park, located 110-180 km west of Calgary in the province of Alberta,  it has 6,641 km2 of mountainous terrain, with glaciers and fields.

Canadian Rockies

This compose the Canadian segment of the North American Rocky Mountains. 
They are the eastern part of the Canadian Cordillera, which is a system of multiple ranges of mountains which runs from the Canadian Prairies to the Pacific Coast.
The Canadian Rockies have numerous high peaks and ranges, such as Mount Robson (3954m) and and Mount Columbia (3747m).

Lake Ontario

Lake Ontario is one of the five Great Lakes of North America. 
It is bounded on the north and southwest by the Canadian province of Ontario, and on the south and east by the American state of New York. 
It is the 14th largest lake in the world. When its islands are included, the lake has a shoreline that is 1146 km long.

Capilano suspension bridge

The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The current bridge is 140 metres (460 ft)  long and 70 metres (230 ft) above the river. 
It is part of a private facility, with an admission fee, and draws over 800,000 visitors a year.
The bridge was originally built in 1889 by George Grant Mackay, a Scottish civil engineer. 
It was originally made of hemp ropes with a deck of cedar planks, and was replaced with a wire cable bridge in 1903.

Montreal Botanical Garden

It is a large botanical garden in Montreal, Quebec, Canada comprising 75 hectares  of thematic gardens and greenhouses. 
It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2008 as it is considered to be one of the most important botanical gardens in the world due to the extent of its collections and facilities, it has more than 22,000 species.

The Northern Lights

The Northwest Territories is Canada’s largest and most pristine natural wilderness. Home to wood bison, moose, beaver, muskrat, caribou, grizzly bear, foxes, black bear, and whales, the most awe-inspiring element remains the “Aurora Borealis” or the Northern Lights, a natural light show that can most commonly be seen in September to October and from March to April, at night.

Hopewell Rocks

Hopewell Rocks, located in the stunning Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, are unique rock formations pounded and shaped by tidal erosion, which shaped the lower parts of the stones much thinner than the upper, which has plants and trees growing atop. Go during low tide and walk among the maze that Hopewell Rocks creates or sit back and watch the sun disappear and illuminate through the rocks at sunset.