Travel in Canada

Canada's transport system is very good. The vast distances between cities should not be underestimated when planning your trip. Travelling around Canada can be an excellent way to experience what the country has to offer.

Canada's air transport network is extensive but can be expensive, especially when travelling north. Bus is the most common method for travelling short distances due to the cost and efficiency of service offered. The less well connected, but more comfortable train network connects most of the major cities from east to west. Driving in Canada is the most flexible, and for families, the cheapest way to travel. Other ways to travel around Canada include bicycle, hitchhiking, walking or organised tours.

Information and advice for women, gay, disabled and senior travellers and those travelling with children is available in this section.

Travel maps and a chart showing the distances between cities in Canada are provided to aid planning your trip to Canada.

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