Winnipeg – The White City

This city is the capital of Manitoba, and it represents the culture really well. The citizens in this city speak over 100 different languages, and each of this culture is maintained exclusively. Winnipeg is the largest city all around Canada. The kinds of arts and crafts born in this city are unique and cannot be matched or looked upon. The Royal Ballet is the most famous about the Winnipeg and other related festivals they hold including the Folklorama. There are very popular destinations for food and shopping in here. Some of them are here.

The Forks Market

This is the most popular destination all around Canada for shopping and food experiences. And all these shopping and food chains are hosted in historical buildings that Winnipeg owns. At an earlier stage, this worked as a repair facility for railways and gradually came many restorations leading it to become the most popular leisure destination. Several foods and vegetable vendors stock up here and some of them cook exquisite tasting meals for their customers. The market also has a lookout tower through which you can receive a bird’s eye view of Winnipeg. The market though is reasonable when it comes to costs.

Assiniboine Park and Zoo

This is the oldest park that Winnipeg houses. The land is built upon 445 hectares of plush lawns and old trees and also provide for an English lawn inside. It is home to a variety of flora and fauna. The best I witnessed was the Polar bears, they are absolutely magnificent. A steam train attraction is run through the park. There’s also a nature reserve adjoining the park. The park opens from 9 am to 7 pm and the entry fee is 165 Canadian dollars.

Festival du Voyageur

This is their most important and popular festival of winters. It takes place in February as an appreciation for the traditional voyageur, the ones who used to trade in fur. You can be a part of the festival for free, setting up tents on the outskirts of the park and involve yourself in various music and dance programs.