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Royally Curious? The Royals Visit Canada
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Follow in Royal Footsteps

Follow in Royal Footsteps

Red-haired Anne of Green Gables attracted Will and Kate to her home province of Prince Edward Island. Besides tickets to the famous musical featuring fictional Anne, you can catch lobster, eat like a king (or prince) and enjoy a spa treatment. Beginning June 30th, we'll be blogging our little hearts out surrounding any and all royal activity in Canada.  Be sure to check our "Royally Curious" Facebook page and meet our bloggers, a pair on a mission to cut through the paparazzi, and get the inside word on what the Duke and Duchess really do in Canada. 

Canada's Capital City

Canada's Capital City

The newlywed couple chose Ottawa, Canada’s capital, for day one of their royal tour. How strategic! July 1 is Canada Day and the city will be in full-on celebration mode with fireworks and great entertainment. Immerse yourself in culture at Ottawa’s museums and galleries, cruise the Rideau Canal or the Ottawa River and indulge in the Royal Wedding Inspired Tasting Menu at Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa.


Royals and Rodeos

Royals and Rodeos

The royal couple will also visit Alberta on their July tour of Canada. This western province is home to the Calgary Stampede, the Greatest Oudoor Show on Earth - with its heart-stopping chuck wagon races and wild cowboy antics, but don’t forget the national parks of the Rocky Mountains, which are heart-stopping for their beauty alone.   

 


Castles Fit for Royal Visitors

Castles Fit for Royal Visitors

Is it a hotel or a castle? A question many visitors might justifiably ask when arriving at the grand entrance of a Fairmont hotel such as the Fairmont Château Laurier in Ottawa, Fairmont Château Frontenac in Québec City or the renowned Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains.  Beyond the palatial exteriors and opulent  interiors, Fairmont Hotels are famous for their attention to service – so why not sign up for a special spa treatment or traditional afternoon tea.


Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC)
Suite 1400, Four Bentall Centre, 1055 Dunsmuir Street, Box 49230, Vancouver, BC V7X 1L2, Canada

Commission canadienne du tourisme (CCT)
Bureau 1400 – Four Bentall Centre, 1055, rue Dunsmuir, C.P. 49230, Vancouver (Colombie-Britannique) V7X 1L2, Canada
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