Canada includes ski resorts, English and French classes, and noteworthy national parks. The capital with dignity – Ottawa, colorful Quebec and framed by the mountains of Vancouver, maples and hockey – all about Canada: visa and cities, maps and photos.
Ski resorts in Canada with their excellent in quality and very diverse slopes, as a rule, are chosen by those tourists who have already visited many European countries, and now want to combine unusual skiing with an interesting “excursion”. A separate segment is students traveling to study in Canada. If it were not for the long and expensive flight, as well as the very complex process of obtaining a visa, there would be much more Russian tourists on the mountain slopes and in the national parks of Canada.
Cities and regions
The capital is Ottawa, major cities are Vancouver, Quebec, Montreal, Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton.
The main snow and ski resorts in Canada
Big White, Whistler – Blackcomb, Kimberly, Silver Star (Silver Star), Solar Peaks (Sun Peaks), Tremblant, Fernier.
Banff, Jasper, Mount Robson, Wood Buffalo, Waterton Lakes, Glacier and Clane, Pacific Rim, Kutney, Yoho, Ouyuttik Reserve.
For a complete list of cities in the country, see the page cities and resorts in Canada.
Canada has 6 time zones at once. This is North American Pacific Time (UTC − 8), Mountain Time (UTC − 7), Central Time (UTC − 6), North American Eastern Time (UTC − 5), Atlantic Time (UTC − 4), and UTC − 3 time zone: 30 . At the same time, some parts of the country translate clock hands in the summer, which adds Canada two more time zones – UTC − 3 and UTC − 2: 30.
How to get to Canada
Aeroflot flies four times a week from Moscow to Toronto (approximately 10 hours in flight). Many European airlines – KLM, British Airways, Finnair, LOT, Air France, Alitalia, CSA, Lufthansa, Austrian and others – fly to different cities of Canada with transfers in Europe. Often these are the cheapest options. For example, Lufthansa flies to Ottawa with a daily flight through Frankfurt.