10 freebies for visitors to Canada


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There are many activities and excursions to enjoy when traveling in Canada that are completely free. When you're planning your next trip to the Great White North, make sure to include these 12 free things to do in Canada on your schedule.

1. Travel Guides

It's always a good idea to travel with a trusted guidebook no matter where you go in Canada to help you locate the greatest things to see, see, and eat along the journey. Many tourist areas, such as those in Nova Scotia, Alberta and Newfoundland & Labrador, offer visitors  free tourist guides.  

2. Tours of breweries and wineries

Have you ever wondered how some of your favorite alcoholic beverages are made and packaged? Free brewery tours and tastings are available at a number of Canadian breweries, including Beau's Brewery and Amsterdam Brewery in Ontario, Quidi Vidi Brewing Co.in Newfoundland and Rebellion Brewing in Saskatchewan. Vineyards like as Magnotta in Ontario, Little Straw Vineyards in British Columbia, and Magnetic Hill Winery in New Brunswick provide free winery tours and tastings.

3.Parks Canada Admission

Have you really traveled across Canada without at least one trip to the great outdoors?
Parks Canada, the same people who gave away free admission to all Canadians in 2017, is still giving away free passes to any of their parks to youngsters aged 17 and under.

4. Walking Routes  Walking around a city is the best way to get to know it. While many towns charge for walking tours and haunted walks, certain cities, such as Halifax Free Tours and Ottawa's Capital City Tour, offer free walking tours.

5. Yoga classes are available.
Yoga is fantastic since you don't need much to get started—just some stretchy clothes and a yoga mat, which you can generally rent or borrow. Complimentary yoga lessons are offered at distinctive places such as Parliament Hill in Ottawa and Ontario Place in Toronto, as well as at Lululemon stores across Canada, for yoga enthusiasts who want to keep up with their fitness routine while traveling.

6. Transportation for disable persons

Several transportation firms, including Air Canada, VIA Rail, and GO Transit, provide complimentary airfare, rail passes, and bus passes to support persons who accompany people with disabilities.

7. Tours behind the scenes

With a fascinating behind-the-scenes tour, you can peel back the curtain on iconic buildings.
Tourists to Canada's Parliament and Senate buildings can book a complimentary tour in Ottawa, while visitors to Pearson International Airport in Toronto can learn what it's like to work at the country's busiest airport. Visitors to Montreal can tour Maison de Radio-Canada to see their studios, high-tech equipment, and more.

8. Free museum visit

If visiting a museum at a specific time throughout the week is not a concern, many Canadian museums provide free entry at certain periods during the week.  The Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is now free for guests aged 25 and under, and the Glenbow in Calgary is free for all ages on the first Thursday of every month from 5 to 9 p.m. On Thursdays from 5-8 p.m. , many of Ottawa's world-class museums, including the Museum of Nature and the Canadian Museum of History, are free, and the Bank of Canada Museum is always free.

9.Fishing Days  

Free Fishing is a fantastic way to relax and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors.Free fishing is available in several Canadian jurisdictions, including Ontario, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island.It's a great thing to do on your next cross-country trip!  

10.Canada Wi-Fi Hotspot  

When traveling in Canada, disconnect from your data plan by connecting to one of these free Wi-Fi hotspots.To find the closest WiFi hotspot to your destination, go to wifiSPC.com/canada. Are you planning a trip to another country?This website will also provide you with information about free Wi-Fi locations around the world.Are you considering staying with HI Canada? WiF is available for free at all HI Canada locations.

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