Top 10 Beautiful Small Towns in Canada
Canada hosts some amazing landscapes, parks, mountains, etc. The atmosphere of Canada is as thrilling as its people. It also has some amazing beautiful small towns that must be visited to explore the true beauty of Canada
Here is a list of the top 10 beautiful small towns in Canada.
10: Churchill, Manitoba
Churchill is the best town to host polar bears, beluga whales, and northern lights. It is known as the capital of polar bears. It also has an Eskimo museum.
9: Dawson City, Yukon
The town was created as a result of First Nations Camp in 1897 as a result of the Klondike Gold Rush. The town has an architecture of the 19th century. The Downtown Hotel is quite famous and has a mummified human Toe.
8: Goderich, Ontario
It is a beautiful, small town along a beautiful beach. Tourists can spend their holidays enjoying the beauty of the beach and outdoor activities at the beach and enjoy some amazing food here.
7: Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
The village is popular for Moose Jaw Tunnels, where Chinese immigrants hid in the 20th century to escape persecution. The town has a large symbolic monument of Moose and the best springs to take a warm and nice bath.
6: Banff, Alberta
It is an amazing little town to spend a weekend. It has Banff Upper Hot Springs to relax. It is the gateway to the National Park of Banff. There are some great Railway Hotels in the town.
5: Brigus, Newfoundland, and Labrador
It is an amazing little historic village. It has magnificent Convent of Mercy that was made for Irish nuns, Church of St. George Anglican, and the famous Brigus Tunnel.
4: Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
It is a beautiful town that hosts a lot of beauty. It is famous for its Gothic architecture. It has the best seafood especially lobsters.
3: Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec
It is an amazing historic town. It has narrow streets, numerous art galleries, boutiques, and eateries.
2: Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia
It is a small fishing town on the coast of the Atlantic. It was built by 6 German families who settled here in the 17th century. It has a picture-perfect scenery.
1: Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
It is a beautiful 18th-century town that has a Quaint colonial style. It has many preserved old buildings as Catholic and Anglican Churches and theaters.