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Best Places To Visit In Canada This Fall

Let’s face it, when the weather starts cooling down and fall quickly replaces summer, many of us start thinking of bringing out our warmer clothing and preparing ourselves for the winter ahead. Vacations and day trips are a thing of the past, and our minds skip straight into snowy landscapes and icy sidewalks. The thing is though, fall in Canada is one of the most beautiful times of the year, and there are plenty of places you will want to visit before it does get too cold. Here are our favourites. 

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Beautiful Canadian Destinations To Visit This November

Don’t be ashamed to be a tourist in your own country, and delve into the most surreal sites and gain a new perspective of our home and native land. In light of Canada’s 150th birthday, Real Style has cultivated a list of travel opportunities to explore across the True North this month. 

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Canada’s Top Amusement Parks

Looking for a thrill or two before the summer is over? Or perhaps your kids are bugging you to take them to an amusement park so they can tire themselves out riding roller-coasters and ferris wheels all day long, getting them not only out of the house but away from all their electronic gadgets. Whatever the case may be there is still time while the weather is warm to head out and visit one. Here are the top amusement parks to visit in Canada.

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The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park In Vancouver Is A Canadian Travel Must See

Walking among the trees can be much easier than you think, especially if you visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver B.C.. The bridge was on the first of its kind in North America, and it gives you a birds eye view of the coastal forest. The bridge itself is 140 metres long (460 ft) and is 70 metres (230 ft) above the Capilano river.

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Bay Of Fundy, New Brunswick Is A Must See Canadian Travel Destination

Although eventually not chosen, The Bay Of Fundy in New Brunswick was one of the finalists for the new 7 Wonders of Nature. It’s not surprising either, after all it has the largest waves in the world. It’s truly a spectacle that everyone should see at some point in their lives.

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Niagara-On-The-Lake Is A Fabulous Canadian Travel Destination

Everyone has heard of Toronto, after all it is a world famous city, but did you know that it wasn’t the original capital of Ontario? That distinction lies with Niagara-On-The-Lake, or Newark as it was known back in 1793. This small town of 15,000 is located in Southern Ontario where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario, and has played an important part in Canada’s history.

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Canadian Travel: Take A Hike On The Trans Canada Trail

The Trans-Canada trail will be one of the longest network of trail’s in the world when it is completed. Four out of five Canadian live within 30 minutes or the trail, so no matter where you are odds are you can make your way to part of it.

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Canadian Maple Syrup Festivals To Visit Across The Country

Quebec is the biggest producer of Maple Syrup in Canada, with Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia a near second. Each year in march and april these provinces hold annual festivals celebrating it, with local producers opening their farms to the public so people can learn how it’s all made. Here are our favourite festivals.

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