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The Most Romantic Driving Routes Through Canada

Canada is a country with a stunning landscape of rocky mountains and lakes. One of the most beautiful places in Canada is the Niagara Falls. Beautiful and charming glacial lakes, the most famous of which are Lake Louise and Lake Moiraine, are no less amazing than other sightseeings. Canada is also known as the country of elite ski resorts. Summer months are the best time to visit this country; winter is rather cold and snowy.

Although Canada is not as popular as average destinations such as France or Spain, it is still colorful, spiritual, cultural and somewhat passionate. Today, we will enlighten some if the romantic places in Canada, which you can drive through and stop wherever you want. If you are lonely and have no one to share all this beauty with, we suggest you to look through a few girls’ profiles, as such a beautiful journey is a shame to take alone.

But, first of all, what are the benefits of driving routes? Isn’t it easier to offer a suit in a hotel and enjoy well-directed destinations? Honestly, romantic getaways in Canada have so much to offer two lovers, that having a guide to decide your route will be just sinful. Besides that, Canada has great nature; it is picturesque, clean, fresh and endearing.

While traveling by car, an excellent option will be to divide the route to the East and West of the country, because a lot is really worth seeing during your romantic vacations in Canada.


Eastern driving route:


The bright and colorful landmark of Canada – Château-Laurier. This is the castle owned by Fairmont. It was located in the so-called downtown of Ottawa at the intersection of Sussex Passage and Rideau Street. This is the heart of the city – next to the Parliament Hill, the Tower of Peace and the Congress Center. The castle Laurier was built in the very beginning of the 20th century and received its name in honor of the country’s Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier. It was at the very place where many rich and noble gentlemen rushed to in the famous “Titanic.”


Montreal  is the largest city in the province of Quebec and one of the oldest city in Canada. The city is located on a river island, around the mountain of Mont-Royal (“Royal Mountain”) towering in its center, from where picturesque streets stretch, the names of most of which are given in honor of Catholic saints, for which the city received the nickname “City of Saints.” Modern Montreal is a city of skyscrapers, highways, a huge international transport hub, the sea and air gates of the country, but it is also an important historical and cultural center.


CN Tower

The CN Tower is a symbol of Toronto and the highest construction of the world in 1976-2007. The height of the tower CN Tower is 553.33 m. To date, the tower remains the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere; it is twice as tall as the Eiffel Tower in Paris. This tower opens a unique view of Toronto.

Western driving route:

Jasper Park

The picturesque Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada has long been known for its stunning mountain scenery with tranquil clear lakes in the majestic edging of peaked snowy peaks.

Nova Scotia and Cabot Trail:

A relatively small and  very picturesque Nova Scotia peninsula is washed by the waters of the Atlantic, the gulfs of St. Lawrence and Fundy. Along the first, the famous road Cabot Trail passes, which is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. A trip along it carries a lot of impressions and leaves no one indifferent. It passes through the territory of the highland Cape Bretton National Park.


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