Toronto-Vancouver train – Cities en route

 
 

Toronto, OntarioToronto

This multicultural and dynamic metropolis is home to 20,000 boutiques, a lively theatre scene and some of Canada’s most renowned cultural centres.

Toronto train station | Tourist information

Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg

Winnipeg abounds with performing arts companies, theatres and festivals. Its charming neighbourhoods are easily explored on foot, with plenty of boutiques, museums, historical sites and art galleries along the way.

Winnipeg train station | Tourist information | ”Winnipeg à la carte” brochure  PDF logo (859 KB)

Edmonton, AlbertaEdmonton

Edmonton hosts over thirty festivals every year, including the Edmonton Folk Festival and the Fringe Festival. Shoppers will love the West Edmonton Mall, one of the world’s largest.

Edmonton train station | Tourist information

Jasper, AlbertaJasper

Ski hills, hot springs and Jasper National Park. Jasper is a premier destination for nature lovers and outdoor sports enthusiasts.

Jasper train station | Tourist information

Vancouver, British ColumbiaVancouver

Vancouver is renowned for its beauty. Stroll along beaches in the summertime, or grab an afternoon of skiing at nearby resorts in the winter.

Vancouver train station | Tourist information

Looking for a backcountry adventure? You can request special stops anywhere you wish between Capreol and Winnipeg.

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