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Kayaking, nail-biting canyoneering and incredible breakfasts with the traditional local maple syrup: Alitalia flights to Canada will accompany you on a voyage of discovery to the second largest country in the world, whose symbol is a maple leaf.
Book your air ticket and reserve a place on one of our planes. Use the form to enter your departure and arrival airports, the dates you wish to travel and the number of passengers who will be coming on vacation with you. In just a few easy steps, you can buy your tickets for Canada directly online and visit the infinite spaces inhabited by unspoilt, wild nature.
The central area of Canada includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; to the West, beyond the great Lake Winnipeg and the Rocky Mountains, you can admire the Pacific and Yukon coasts; to the North, in the Arctic Tundra, the most important cities are Vancouver (where the international Greenpeace organization was founded), Victoria and well-known ski stations such as Lake Louise, Banff, Calgary and Jasper; the northernmost point of the Northwest Territories is only 800 km from the North Pole; for adventure lovers, don't miss the towns of Whitehorse and Watson Lake, along with the chance to move further north to Inuvik, in the land of the Inuit, close to the realm of ice and the magical aurora borealis; moving onward, you will come to the province of Quebec and its capital city Quebec City, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site; lastly, Ontario with the famous Niagara Falls.
The capital Ottawa in Ontario, close to the border with Quebec, is a popular tourist destination. The most densely populated city, Toronto, is a huge, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic metropolis. Montreal, known as the "World Book Capital," is the most intriguing, fashion-conscious and sophisticated city in North America.
Top events to see in Canada include the Quebec Carnival (in January and February), the Trappers' Festival in Manitoba, Canada Day (July 1), the Summer Festival in Quebec and the International Film Festival in Toronto.
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