Canada’s beautiful natural resources, lush scenery and bustling cities are ripe with spots sure to suit every couple. If you’ve just met your ideal match on eHarmony Canada or been introduced to someone by friends, you won’t be stuck when it comes to finding a great place for a date. From skating to sipping cocoa, Canada’s landscape is rich with ideal romantic spots for two…
Take in the staggering beauty of Niagara Falls from the remarkable Skylon Tower, which offers uninterrupted views of the waterfalls and their lush surrounds. Enjoy the nightly fireworks display on weekends and holidays, and watch the Falls illuminated in rainbow colours.
Enjoy a late afternoon cruise along Montreal’s picturesque St. Lawrence River, and watch the skyline glow in the sunset. Finish the evening in style at one of Montreal’s many beautiful restaurants, including the historic Café de Paris, which offers some of the city’s finest regional French cuisine.
Learn to skate – or teach your partner if you’re already a pro – at the Harbourfront Centre’s Natrel ice rink (check seasonal opening times before visiting). Warm up with a hot chocolate at the rinkside restaurant.
Spend a day enjoying a picnic in Queen Elizabeth Park, marvelling at the picturesque gardens. Pack a basket with wine, cheese and your favourite fruits. More adventurous couples can enjoy a sleigh ride through the snowy forest of Grouse Mountain, topped off with a mug of cider at one of the nearby chalets.
Named as one of the world’s top honeymoon destinations, the secluded Lake Louise offers breathtaking beauty. Buried in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, you and your date will be enchanted by the lake’s calm atmosphere.
Spend a night away in the lap of luxury at the historic DesBarres Manor. Dating back to 1837, this cosy getaway is perfect for couples looking for a romantic retreat. It’s a great chance to escape city life and completely unwind.
If Paris is too far away, why not spend a day exploring beautiful, historic Quebec City? Walk arm in arm through quaint cobblestone streets and satisfy your appetite with a candlelit dinner at Le Panache, inside the Auberge St-Antoine.
Prince Edward Island
Canada’s smallest province is also the setting for the children’s series Anne of Green Gables. Go camping along the cliffs of the West Cape, or spend a summer day on the pristine beaches. Enjoy some PEI mussels in one of the province’s world famous seafood restaurants.
Canada’s highest peak, Mount Logan, stands tall amid the surrounding mountains in Kluane National Park. If you and your partner are into hiking, you’ll be seriously enchanted by the breathtaking views and silent surrounds. Enjoy a canoe ride or mountain bike for some serious adventure. Alternatively, take a sightseeing tour and explore all this World Heritage Site has to offer.
Rent a bike and ride along both sides of the Rideau Canal. Visit the National Gallery in the nation’s historic capital and try a Canadian delicacy like Beaver Tail at the Byward Market.
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Prince Edward Island
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Hey! PEI made the list!