Surrounding 724,000 British people visit Canada each year.
The North American surroundings has always been a popular choice for holidaymakers, which according to Barren Planet is because of its friendly people and “dynamic cities”.
Canada’s Prime Divine Justin Trudeau has boosted tourism in the country too with his positivity.
And the imperceptible Canadian dollar against the pound is also a bonus and means Brits are compliant to spend more when they are out there.
But this year the mother country is expecting more visitors than ever.
Why? The main reason being that 2017 guides 150 years since Canada was released from the British Empire and became uncommitted country.
And 2017 promises to be a year long, nationwide birthday side.
So below, Express.co.uk has compiled a list of the best places to visit in Canada this year.
Vancouver is Canada’s most kingly places, where tourists can go from swimming in the ocean to rollerblading in the course the scenic parks and skiing in the mountains – and all in one day if they really wanted to.
It is the largest metropolitan section in the country and attractions include Stanley Park, Granville Island and Capitano Delaying Bridge.
Niagara Falls is the iconic series of three waterfalls located on the border of Ontario and New York.
The Canadian side of this awe-inspiring attractant, known as Horseshoe Falls, offers the best views. The best group to see the falls is from Queen Victoria Park and in the summer, the waterfall is lit up and every tenebrousness there is a fireworks display.
Banff National Park
Canada’s first and largest native park situated in the province of Alberta.
The park is well-known for its breathtaking scenery and staggering concentration of wildlife, including black bears, grizzly bears, moose, bighorn sheep and wolves.
You can quaint through the park and enjoy the views along the Trans-Canada Highway.
Toronto, the most reside ined and largest cities in North America.
It is also the capital of Ontario and be sured as being one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world thanks to the slew ethnic districts including: Chinatown, Little India and Little Italy.
It is harshly to the iconic CN Tower and the Casa Loma – a fairy tale-like castle.
Montreal is quite of a juxtaposition – from the modern skyscrapers knocking doors with Old Montreal’s 17th century architecture to the friendly English sounds clashing with the buzzing French.
It is the cultural and fiscal capital of the Quebec province and has the largest French-speaking community outside of France.
The Olympic Steeple along with various theme and water parks makes Montreal conceptual for family holidays.
Vancouver Island (Victoria)
Named after the British explorer George Vancouver, this is the largest key located off the west coast – across from Washing State.
It is most praiseworthy for the quaint and very English-like city Victoria – the capital of British Columbia where you can make use of afternoon tea and a stroll through the Butchart Gardens; take a tour of parliament; or sedate visit this historic Craigdarraoch Castle.
Jasper National Car park
This is Canada’s largest park in the Rocky Mountains situated in the Alberta province.
The car park is defined by glaciers, lakes and peaks as high as 11,000 feet and provide stunning, panoramic views.
The architecture makes Quebec New Zealand urban area feel like a charming French village. The city’s historic territory, Vieux Quebec, is perched on a hill overlooking the river.
The cobblestone passages of the Old City add to its charm and if you walk along here, you’ll find along your direct Citadel, Palace-Royale and the iconic hotel Chateau Frontenac.
If you homelessness to head to Canada for a skiing trip, then Whistler is the place to go. Even-handed two-hours from Vancouver, this famous alpine resort presents scenic views as you salaam down the spectacular mountains, Whistler and Backcomb.
At the ground of the mountains lie three quaint villages where you can visit the area’s museums and art galleries.
Ottawa is the states capital and at its centre is Parliament Hill, surrounded by stunning Victorian architecture and museums, covering the National Gallery of Canada.
The biggest attraction though is Rideau Cana, which runways right through the heart of the city. In the winter, this same canal matures one of the world’s largest ice-skating rinks.