canada

Transport

              

Canada is huge so if you want to travel to different provinces don’t want to spend too long travelling, flying by air is your best bet. All main cities in Canada have an airport. The national airline is Air Canada but there are a few smaller airlines, such as WestJet.

 

Domestic flights in Canada are generally quite expensive so don’t expect fly and travel on a budget.  

 

Other options include bus and car travel. There are a number of buses that leave at various times and are very safe. Two of the main bus companies are Greyhound Canada and Megabus. You can also get buses from Canada into the US. However, travelling from one coast to the other will be pretty difficult – and extremely time consuming.

 

Car travel is very expensive for solo travellers, but the smartest option for viewing areas outside of the major cities. On top of that, you will be charged highly for dropping off the car in another location. You’ll also need to be over 21 and have a full driving licence to rent a car.

 

If you want a more scenic route, then train travel might be best suited to your taste. A ride from Toronto to Vancouver will take 5 days.

 

Public transport is recommended within the major cities.

Added by MelaninTravel
Last updated on the 4 August 2017

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