Canada isn’t all stunning mountain views and snowboarding, it has a flourishing music scene and shockingly delicious food to please your taste buds.
The second biggest nation on the planet isn’t just about wildlife spotting and peak experiences, there’s a fluctuated nightlife and brilliant food scene. Whether you need to dance the night away or be amazed at a Broadway reprisal, you won’t be disappointed!
It also happens to be the birthplace of many of nightlife greats such as Tiga and Deadmau5. The clubbing scene is beaming with new talent especially in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.
Toronto tops the list as it’s notoriously known to have the greatest and best nightlife scene in the country. As of late, the clubbing scene has moved to West Queen West, Parkdale and Ossington. So if it’s clubs you’re wanting head that way and take after the crowd for an incredible night out. Parkdale is your best bet as it has as of late become home to numerous underground dance clubs.
Montreal gives guests an essence of Europe with a touch of urban chic and has become home to top of the line downtown hotels, luxurious parks, and a completely delightful casino. The Montreal Casino is on Ile Notre Dame and hosts poker competitions, unrecorded music occasions, betting of numerous kinds, and the sky is the limit from there. Montreal boasts cutting edge nightlife and with their 3am home time, Montreal is quite possibly Canada’s party capital. With over 300 bars and clubs to opt into, it’s clear to see why thousands gather here every year.
Vancouver is celebrated for its nightlife. If you’re dolled up, then Yaletown is brimming with lovely people to socialize with. It is easily the favourite place for many to bar hop. Vancouver’s nightlife picks up around the summer and fall as this is the time most people are on holiday. The main strip for bars downtown is Grandville Street which is for Vancouver’s younger crowd, so to say. Many compare it to the Vegas strips with its neon lights, live music, vibrant atmosphere and college crowd who party well into the early hours of the morning.
When planning out your nightlife itinerary, keep in mind that Canada is pretty big and unless your stay is a long one, it’s pretty unrealistic to think you’d get a chance to visit every city. Every city has a booming clubbing scene, so what will you be doing after dinner?