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Port Credit Is A Hidden Gem In Ontario

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 12.19.2016 | Canada Travel
Sacha DeVoretz

Port Credit is a neighbourhood in Mississauga, approximately 25 kilometers from Toronto or about a 35-minute drive from downtown Toronto. You can also take a train from Toronto to Port Credit or Uber as transportation to this lovely lakeside area.

Magnificent Mont-Saint-Michel Beckons In 2017

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 12.16.2016 | Canada Travel
Adrian Brijbassi

Mont-Saint-Michel is one of those places. A revered attraction whose allure has been built for centuries and made all the more legendary because it requires some commitment to reach. It took me three trains and more than four hours to make it to this spot that had been lingering on my bucket list like an itch.

What's In My Travel Bag

Lindsay Jang | Posted 12.15.2016 | Canada Travel
Lindsay Jang

Whether by car, plane or maybe even train, traveling can be a surefire way to get off the wagon with your regular healthy routine. From disrupted sleep to airport and airplane food, gas station stops and constantly being on the go, it's easy to get caught up in grabbing whatever's most convenient.

Top Travel Style Trends For 2017

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 12.14.2016 | Canada Travel
Sacha DeVoretz

I have been travelling a lot lately, and I realized that just because I am in a new place, does not mean that my style has to go out the door. In fact, it is possible to look and feel great when you're travelling with a few easy tips.

Get Warm And Cozy With These Wintertime Patios

Tiffany Leigh | Posted 12.13.2016 | Canada Travel
Tiffany Leigh

When "Winter Is Coming," these spots do not fret about the chilly air -- they are armed with amenities and offer guests plenty of coziness such as wool blankets, robes, roaring fireplaces, and patio heaters. And let's not forget about specialty cocktails and comforting treats that are sure to warm you from the inside out.

Travelling Solo Is So Important

Deepi Harish | Posted 12.14.2016 | Canada Travel
Deepi Harish

While living solo in Bali, I was able to throw in a five day trip to Thailand or take off on a mapless scooter adventure in search of natural infinity pools overlooking postcard landscapes, when I wanted to. Traveling alone allows you to change your circumstances on a whim, where the only thing that matters is making yourself happy, and growing a pair to do something bold on your own.

Spice Up Christmas Shopping At Popular Souks Around The World

Booking.com | Posted 12.12.2016 | Canada Travel
Booking.com

Endorsed for their popular souks, these six cities are a great choice for travellers who want to escape the traditional Christmas shopping and explore some of the oldest markets in the world. You're sure to appreciate the lights of the suspended lanterns and the colourful stalls.

Best Sights, Dining And Attractions In Winnipeg

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 12.12.2016 | Canada Travel
Sacha DeVoretz

I love uncovering hidden gems and when someone told me about how Winnipeg has so many amazing restaurants, a flourishing art scene, a fabulous shopping district and one of the most famous museums in Canada, I know I needed to visit.

Thank You, Canada, For Teaching This Emigrant True Patriot Love

Cheryl Muir | Posted 12.12.2016 | Canada Living
Cheryl Muir

Seven years ago, I emigrated from England and headed for the Great White North with nothing but two suitcases, a dream in my heart and a fire in my belly. Tomorrow, I'll return to England exactly as I came. Oh, Canada - thank you for the beautiful experience.

Europe's Top Destinations For Après-Ski

Booking.com | Posted 12.07.2016 | Canada
Booking.com

If you're heading on a ski (or snowboarding) vacation in Europe this winter, we know the first thing that comes to mind is whether you'll have access ...

The Tips You Need to Travel More This Winter

Flight Network | Posted 12.07.2016 | Canada
Flight Network

Many avid and aspiring travelers make New Year's resolutions to travel more often in the coming year. However, research from the University of Scranto...

Things To Do In Munich: All The Classics

Cédric Lizotte | Posted 12.07.2016 | Canada Travel
Cédric Lizotte

The capital of Bavaria is known for its beer festival, Oktoberfest. Every year people drink hundreds of litres of good beer, eat kilometres of sausage and scarf down thousands of roast chickens. But does Munich, during the rest of the year, resemble the city that we see in the news each year? Well, a little bit, yes...

Where To Rent A Cottage This Winter

Mara Sofferin | Posted 12.05.2016 | Canada Travel
Mara Sofferin

With so many winterized cottages, cabins, chalets, and yurts (yes, yurts) across Canada, cottage "season" can be a thing of the past. This winter, keep your hair smelling like campfire even when there's snow on the ground with this list of the coziest and coolest all-Canadian getaways.

An Insider's Guide To Capri

Amanda Blakley | Posted 12.05.2016 | Canada Travel
Amanda Blakley

Capri, the blue island, is a Mediterranean magnet for celebrities, jet setters and global nomads alike. It's inhabitants are Caprese first and Italians second. Everything about Capri's lifestyle and pace reinforce it's unique beauty and appeal to such a well-travelled tourist.

8 Of The Cheapest Destinations For Canadians This Winter

The Huffington Post Canada | Arti Patel | Posted 12.02.2016 | Canada Living

Imagine spending Christmas under the sun!

L.A.'s Best Hikes

Discover LA | Posted 12.02.2016 | Canada Travel
Discover LA

Hiking is known as one of Los Angeles's most popular outdoor activities - and for good reason. With some of North America's most scenic views and an abundance of natural beauty, any one of L.A.'s numerous trails are the perfect place to lace up and set out on an adventure.

Columbus Ohio City Wellness Guide

Christine E. Laprade | Posted 11.30.2016 | Canada
Christine E. Laprade

Ohio has been making headlines recently. I was in town last month for my very first time and I can't believe how little publicity Columbus is getting,...

How To Host A Wine Tasting Party

Shannon Skinner | Posted 12.01.2016 | Canada Living
Shannon Skinner

If you enjoy wine, why not expand your palate? For wine enthusiasts, a terrific way to try a variety of wines - without breaking the bank -- is to host a wine tasting party with friends in your own home. It is a fun and educational way to try different styles of wines, while spending quality time with friends.

How To Stay Healthy While Travelling

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 11.30.2016 | Canada Travel
Sacha DeVoretz

It can be tricky (and tempting!) to stick to your normal eating routine and daily dietary habits when traveling. The first thing to remember is to stay hydrated and reach for water wherever you go! It's super easy to forget to drink water while we're rushing to our destination not to mention the dry airplane air that you'll find if you're flying.

You May Want To Start A Travel Bucket List

Lyda Mclallen | Posted 11.30.2016 | Canada Travel
Lyda Mclallen

Canada is a natural theme park. It hosts endless mountaintop vistas, dark skies perfect for stargazing, and beautiful waterfalls. Canada's natural wonders are scattered across each province and are usually just a couple of hours away.

Earthquakes In Italy's Mountains

Tamara Griffiths | Posted 11.29.2016 | Canada
Tamara Griffiths

Although mountains are always moving imperceptibly, what happens in a national mountain park -- when the earth moves under your feet? The series of e...

Welcome To Bhalil: Morocco's Hidden Gem

Shanelle Kaul | Posted 11.29.2016 | Canada Travel
Shanelle Kaul

Morocco is a curious traveller's dream. As you follow the aroma of spicy kebabs and vegetable tagines ahead, you can't escape the vendors selling handicrafts who ask you to stop for a peek into their shops. The souks in these old cities surely excites the senses, but there is more to Morocco than what's found in these commonly-travelled areas.

4 Insane Winter Experiences That Can Only Be Had In Canada

Flight Network | Posted 11.29.2016 | Canada Travel
Flight Network

Canadians are no strangers to outrageous winter adventures. They're used to playing ice hockey on frozen lakes, skiing down steeps in chest-deep powder, and soaring downhill on plastic saucers. These four insane winter experiences are just a handful of the bucket-list-worthy, snow-based thrills you can find on a trip to Canada this winter.

The Sumatra Wildlife Sanctuary

Jessie Golem | Posted 11.28.2016 | Canada
Jessie Golem

Photo by Danielle Da Silva. Anybody should be lucky enough to encounter a situation that causes enough conviction to actively change life's course of...

Five Ways Quebec City Can Give You A Fairytale Holiday

Posted 11.28.2016 | Canada Living

Five reasons we're spending the holiday season in Quebec City. From the AOL Partner Studio