Canada has unexpected wonders dotted across the country, stretching from coast to coast, and you can discover them all by opting to hire a car in Canada.
The fact that the country has two official languages, English and French - means there is plenty of culture to take in. This is not to mention that each province is filled with natural delights, vibrant cities and amazing landmarks. Quite simply, Canada has something for everyone.
You can discover the entire breadth of Canada without a hitch should you choose to take out car rental with Economy Car Hire. Not only is our 24-hour support service free for you to use, but our unlimited mileage guarantee means there will be no hidden charges at the end of your getaway. There is also our full collision damage protection and full theft protection which covers you for unexpected problems on the road.
There are so many places you can base your holiday to Canada around. Fortunately, Economy Car Hire is never far away no matter where you set your sights on.
Base your getaway around the province of British Columbia and one city you should make time to visit is Vancouver. Here, you can discover the urban oasis that is Stanley Park, before taking a hike along the wonderful setting of Fraser Valley.
The province of Alberta which borders the entire eastern section of British Columbia, has two must-see districts. Step off the plane at Calgary Airport and you will be only minutes away from the beautiful haunts of Princes Island Park and Banff National Park. Land at Edmonton Airport though and you will pass through the gateway to Edmonton itself; Canada’s energetic Festival City.
Shifting across to eastern Canada, Ontario is definitely the province that stands out most for its variety. Here, you can discover the innate beauty of Mississauga, be in awe of the historical and cultural hub known as Ottawa, and marvel at the sprawling metropolis known simply as Toronto.
No trip to Quebec would be complete without a stop-off in Montreal. You can spend the entire morning exploring the city’s older district, with its row upon row of 17 and 18th century buildings, before heading down to Saint Lawrence River for a spot of river surfing – you will be surprised just how popular this pursuit is here.
This is just a tiny sample of what you can see and do in Canada. Have a read of our Canada travel guide for a more in-depth look at this enthralling country, as well as our handy guide to skiing in Canada. Find out more about driving in Canada too in preparation for your trip. Our guide to Canadian etiquette is another useful resource when planning your journey.