Antigua. Travel to the country of Wadadli
Antigua and Barbuda is locally called Wadadli, and much of the island also includes this “Wadadli” as part of the name. The local Wadadli beer is reminiscent of the Dominican…

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Whistler Blackcomb - Ski Resort
Whistler blackcomb Whistler Blackcomb is located in the city of Whistler, a hundred kilometers from Vancouver. The resort occupies an area between two very high peaks. The highest point is…

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Streets of montreal
Monland Land Monkland Avenue is one of the largest streets in Montreal, and in addition, it is the most important trade artery of the Monkland Village area. On the street…

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Diving in Canada

Vancouver Island Dive Tour (14 days)

One of the best places in the world for diving besides the Red Sea is the cold waters of Vancouver Island, in particular, Port Hardy and Hornby Island. Here you will not find Caribbean fish and corals, but 24 species of cetaceans, sea lions, seals and seals, killer whales, giant octopus and squid, white sharks.

Tour program
Day 1: Meeting at the Airport, transfer, hotel accommodation

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Museums in Montreal

Museum of Canadian Railways

The Canadian Railroad Museum is located in the southern suburbs of Montreal. Here are collected more than 250 thousand exhibits on the history of this type of transport.

Canada is a country whose history is inextricably linked with the development of vast territories through the creation of new railway routes. A museum was created in the depot of the city of Saint-Constant, which contains the most famous steam locomotives, diesel locomotives and wagons that plowed the expanses of the country throughout the 20th century. Continue reading

Cathedrals of montreal

Notre Dame Cathedral

In the heart of Montreal, on Arts Square, is Canada’s national historic landmark – Notre Dame Basilica – one of the most beautiful buildings in the world.

The cathedral, containing up to nine thousand parishioners, was erected in 1829 according to the design of James O’Donnell, an architect who revived the Gothic style. Therefore, from the outside the cathedral looks somewhat gloomy with its seventy-meter pointed peaked bell towers, which are directed upward. It is noteworthy that the ringing of one of the ten-ton bells, called Jean-Baptiste, is heard at a distance of 25 kilometers from the temple. Continue reading

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Treasures of British Columbia
This is a unique expedition trip, formed on the basis of a five-year study of the nature and history of the beautiful Canada. One journey combines a unique layer of…

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Museums in Montreal
Museum of Canadian Railways The Canadian Railroad Museum is located in the southern suburbs of Montreal. Here are collected more than 250 thousand exhibits on the history of this type…

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Blame Canada! - or New Year in Ontario and Quebec
It so happened that I rarely traveled in the winter to another winter. From winter to summer - yes, often. And from winter to winter - literally several times: to…

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Travel to Quebec City
So our plans came three years ago. When we were just going to the province of Quebec, we decided to soon visit the capital of French Canada. But things are…

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