Canada: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 4/5



Canada: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar gives you all the info you need to explore this Northern nation like a pro. Learn some basics about the country, …

31 thoughts on “Canada: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 4/5

  1. Corinne McLeod says:

    A pretty well balance video that doesn't just focus on the bigger cities and the west coast. It's hard to cover everything but the Hopewell rocks, Cabout Trail and PEI's red sand beaches are all amazing.

  2. Brandy Lynn says:

    OH! Beautiful Canada! I absolutely love Montreal. I relocated here and have such a love for this place. I have lived and traveled all around the USA and love some of the places I have been, but nothing is like Montreal. I have created a channel called Brandy Lynn: Montreal and Beyond. This channel is great for anyone wanting to visit or move to Montreal or a local who just wants to rediscover a love for their city. Check it out. I always follow back.

  3. siggi zippan says:

    First of all, Ice Wine comes from Germany first. It is a very limited quantity in Germany and it has a lot more quantity here in Canada because it is colder and for a longer time. But nevertheless, the Ice Wine was invented in Germany as was the Ice Beer. Look it up.

  4. siggi zippan says:

    You only seem to concentrate your show to the Western Canada but nothing into Eastern Canada. I am upset and angry that you only describe the Western Canada but not the Eastern Canada. You should be ashamed of yourself.

  5. Danielle Johnston says:

    French is not a learning requirement in all public schools. That is more based on the province and area you live in. Many people in Canada do not speak both English and French. We also have a diverse population that speak other languages as their first language ie. Indigenous languages such as Cree, Dene, and Inuktitut; German, Mandarin, Punjabi, Tagalog, etc.

  6. muddylondon says:

    A really terrible overview of what Canada really is. Makes us look like a bunch of backwater numpties. So much more to our amazing country that is truly worth knowing about. This is just a summary of tourist cliches.

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