Did you know Chateau Frontenac…
…is one of the world’s most elegant and luxurious hotels? Designated a National Historic Site of Canada and a United Nations Heritage Site, Le Château resembles an enchanting European castle. Since its inception in the late 19th century, the hotel has welcomed many esteemed guests, including King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Charles Lindberg and Princess Grace of Monaco. Film director Alfred Hitchcock adored the Château so much that he featured the hotel in his 1953 Hollywood thriller, I Confess.
Did you know the Canadian Rocky Mountains…
…have earned the nickname the “Serengeti of North America?” The mountains hold the distinction of being home to a spectacular array of wildlife including grizzly bears, black bears, foxes, wolverines, coyotes, lynx, wolves, moose, mountain goats, elk, mule deer, caribou, bison and white-tailed deer.
Here are more awe-inspiring views of the Canadian Rockies.
Did you know Confederation Bridge…
…spans 12.9 km, making this engineering marvel the world’s longest bridge constructed over ice-covered waters? Before the bridge’s unveiling in 1997, the only way to reach Prince Edward Island was via ferry or airplane. Now crossing the Northumberland Strait is a breeze—it only takes drivers 10 minutes to get to the other side.
Check out 10 more attractions that make Canada great.