Canada is a country of extremes, wonderful scenery and infinite recreational opportunities, making it ideal for an adventurous holiday. With a surface area of almost 10 million square kilometers, Canada is the second biggest country in the world. Its rugged 24-thousand kilometer coastline is certainly worth a trip. The capital of Canada is Ottawa, but Quebec, Ontario and Montreal also have much to offer visitors.
Please note that all passengers travelling to Canada and connecting onto a domestic flight need to clear their baggage through customs at the first airport of entry in Canada and hand it over to the transfer desk. This requirement is mandatory, even if the baggage has been tagged with its final destination in Canada.
eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization)
As from 15 March 2016 visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to or transit through Canada will need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid visa. If you are planning to transit in Canada or intend to stopover on the way to your destination, you will still need to apply for an eTA.
Please note that if you transit through or stopover in Canada to travel to the US (or viceversa), you will need both an eTA and an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel authorization for the US).
Calgary is the largest city of the province of Alberta in Canada. It is located in an area of foothills and prairie near the Rocky Mountains and has been voted one of the top cities to live in worldwide.
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Capital of the province of Alberta, Edmonton is Canada’s fifth largest municipality and located on the North Saskatchewan River. Edmonton is a perfect getaway for a combination of nature, sports and entertainment.
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Capital of the province of Nova Scotia, Halifax is the largest city in Atlantic Canada. The city possesses one of the world’s finest harbors, deeply connected with the Titanic disaster.
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Moncton is one of the largest cities in the province of New Brunswick and is situated at the geographic centre of the Maritime Provinces in Eastern Canada.
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The Canadian city of Montreal is a mix of French and English influences imbued with a typical Canadian atmosphere, making it ideal as a stimulating holiday destination.
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Ottawa is the capital of Canada and the political and technological centre of the country. This dynamic city, home to more than one million people, treasures Canada’s proud heritage.
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Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Quebec City is surrounded by beautiful nature. The city offers a variety of cultural, historical and architectural highlights, as well as excellent food and internationally renowned events.
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St. John’s is the largest city and capital of the province Newfoundland and Labrador and the most eastern point of Canada. It is considered to be the oldest English-founded city in North America, which is clearly reflected in many major buildings.
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The capital of Ontario, Toronto is the fifth biggest city in North America, and the largest as well as liveliest city in Canada. Home to a successful mix of tourist attractions, outstanding museums and theatres, and an amazing musical scene, as well as offering a host of possibilities for outdoor activities, Toronto is a cosmopolitan and ever-evolving city that will certainly lift your mood.
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Vancouver is a coastal seaport city in the province of British Columbia. The city is named among the top cities worldwide for livability and quality of life, and is ethnically and linguistically one of the most diverse cities in the country.
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Winnipeg is the capital city of the province of Manitoba and is the seventh largest municipality in Canada. The city is named after nearby Lake Winnipeg and is situated at the crossing of the rivers Assiniboine and Red, often referred to as The Forks.
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