Whether you fancy canoeing on Lake Manitoba, relaxing in thermal pools, wandering through The Manitoba Museum, or tucking into steak at Maxime’s Restaurant, Winnipeg is a quintessential Canadian city full of charm
Photo: The Forks National Historic Site Winnipeg Manitoba Canada A location steeped in over 6000 years of history, The Forks, a designated National Historic Site of Canada is the number one tourist attraction in Winnipeg, the capital city of Manitoba.
Canada's Next Big Thing: What to See and Do in Winnipeg
Called Canada’s “most overlooked food destination” by Air Canada, Winnipeg’s food scene is having a moment. Much of it is happening in The Exchange District, home to the city’s highest concentration of independent shops, restaurants, galleries and cafes, and my personal favorite ‘hood in Manitoba’s capital.
Hiking the Spirit Sands and Devil's Punch Bowl Trail in Manitoba's Spruce Woods Provincial Park
Hiking the Spirit Sands and Devil's Punch Bowl Trail in Manitoba's Spruce Woods Provincial Park -> The Spirit Sands is a challenging yet rewarding trail that passes through a variety of unique and beautiful landscapes, including a sand dune desert!
Relax to the max at the Thermëa spa in Winnipeg, Manitoba