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Created at August 08, 2020

Most Instagrammable Places in Canada

Charge your phone, grab your selfie stick, and make sure your hashtag game is strong. If you’re headed for one of these incredible Canadian travel destinations, your Instagram account is about to become way hotter.

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Nathan Phillips Square
Nathan Phillips Square
4.8
(4)
100 Queen St W, Toronto
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You can’t get more central than this European-style holiday market and fair at Nathan Phillips Square. Now in its third year, the Holiday Fair in the Square builds on its central skating rink with artisan crafts, gourmet snacks, a Holly Jolly Midway as well as festive drinks at the ice bar
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
4.8
(4)
3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver
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Suspended bridge and tree walk
Calgary Stampede
Calgary Stampede
4.8
(4)
1410 Olympic Way SE, Calgary
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S
Events include a big parade, rodeo competitions, thrilling chuck wagon races, an authentic First Nations village, concerts and stage shows, a fun fair, pancake breakfasts, as well as agricultural shows.
Graffiti Alley
Graffiti Alley
4.7
(3)
Graffiti Alley, Toronto
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This is where he filmed his controversial news rants. Even if you have never seen this show, this is an incredible area that seems to go on forever.
Granville Island
Granville Island
4.7
(3)
Granville Island, Vancouver
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S
The Granville Island Public Market is one of the most popular attractions selling fruit and vegetables, seafood, and a great variety of other specialties as well as ready-to-eat items.
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Don't miss out on taking a few Instagram-worthy photos of Vancouver’s grand central library that is reminiscent of a Roman amphitheater. You can also spot this location in many Hollywood films.
Clock Tower
Clock Tower
4.7
(3)
1 Rue Quai de l'Horloge, Montréal
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Constructed in 1922, The Old Port’s Clock Tower sits at the end of a pier, offering spectacular views of both the St. Lawrence River and the Jacques-Cartier Bridge.
Calgary Tower
Calgary Tower
4.7
(3)
101 9 Ave SW, Calgary
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At the top of the Calgary Tower, a viewing platform with a glass floor and revolving restaurantenables sightseers to enjoy the thrilling sensation of being 191 meters above the city in one of its landmark buildings.
Prince's Island Park
Prince's Island Park
4.7
(3)
698 Eau Claire Ave SW, Calgary
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Natural oasis near downtown Calgary. Large open green spaces with multiple paths through the natural, peaceful setting along the river. Multiple, easy access points with nearby street parking. Interesting, unique Peace Bridge nearby. Restaurant with outdoor patio.
Inglewood Bird Sanctuary & Nature Centre
Inglewood Bird Sanctuary & Nature Centre
4.7
(3)
2425 9 Ave SE, Calgary
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S
The lush trees, cool waters, and abundant wildlife make for some great shots — and all right here in the city.
Kensington Market
Kensington Market
4.5
(2)
Kensington Market, Toronto
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S
There are so many great places to snap a picture in Kensington Market. Whether it be in front of a graffiti plant-filled car, a colourful house, patterned steps on a patio or the famed Kensington sign (located on the top outdoor level of a Baldwin St. parking garage), you’re sure to get a good ‘gram (especially if you grab a churro cone while you’re there).
Evergreen Brick Works
Evergreen Brick Works
4.5
(2)
550 Bayview Ave, Toronto
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S
Just a short bus ride away from Broadview station, Evergreen Brickworks is a restored brickwork factory that has the same aesthetic appeal as a Brooklyn loft. Bonus: head down on a weekend morning and grab a snack at the farmer’s market to fuel your ‘gramming.
Village of Yorkville Park
Village of Yorkville Park
4.5
(2)
115 Cumberland St, Toronto
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In the heart of Yorkville is where you’ll find this urban park, which transforms depending on the time of the year. While the scenery will change slightly throughout the seasons, what you can always count on is a good snap in the award-winning area
Edwards Gardens
Edwards Gardens
4.5
(2)
755 Lawrence Ave E, North York
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Just West of the historical Bridle Path lies Edwards gardens, a floral oasis right in the North of the city. Swing by in spring to see the cherry blossoms bloom
Sanko Trading Co.
Sanko Trading Co.
4.5
(2)
730 Queen St W, Toronto
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S
This Japanese grocery store is a favourite in the ‘hood, and while the inside is full of delicious treasures and pretty knick knacks, the outside is pretty special, too. Along the west side of the building on Claremont, you’ll find a brilliant graffitied wall, perfect for your next backdrop
Commerce Court West
Commerce Court West
4.5
(2)
199 Bay St, Toronto
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Located in the Financial District, Commerce Court is where architecture and business meet. Its North Tower features a vaulted gold-coffered ceiling in a classic Art Deco style that is rich in history.
Allan Gardens
Allan Gardens
4.5
(2)
160 Gerrard St E, Toronto
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S
Closer to downtown, the Allan Gardens greenhouse is open to the public and is home to tropical flora and fauna (they even have a cacti garden).
Liberty Market Building
Liberty Market Building
4.5
(2)
171 E Liberty St, Toronto
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S
Splashed across a brick wall in the heart of Liberty Village is the Hustle mural, designed by Canadian artist Ben Johnston. If you’re hustlin’ for the ‘gram, you’ll want to hit up this spot, which is an homage to the entrepreneurial spirit of the area
Crown Flora Studio
Crown Flora Studio
4.5
(2)
1233 Queen St W, Toronto
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S
Avid Instagrammers will know the internet-famous Paul Smith wall in L.A., but did you know that we have our own in Toronto? And we’ve gotta say, with beautiful greenery outdoors courtesy of Crown Flowa, the pink wall is pretty cute (dare we say, even cuter than L.A.’s?). For a double-whammy of ‘gram-worthy shots, head inside and check out Crown Flora’s collection of plant life.
June Callwood Park
June Callwood Park
4.5
(2)
636 Fleet St, Toronto
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S
Right in the heart of City Place is the June Callwood park (also known as “the Pink Park”). This cotton candy-hued space makes for almost otherworldly Instagrams.
CF Toronto Eaton Centre
CF Toronto Eaton Centre
4.5
(2)
220 Yonge St, Toronto
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Bridging together the Hudson’s Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue flagships with CF Eaton Centre, this bridge twists and beautifully transitions into a historic Victorian facade. The glass panelling allows light to shine through gorgeously, and in the evenings, lighting strips illuminate the bridge, making it a picture perfect spot for photos at night when there’s less foot traffic
Sugar Beach
Sugar Beach
4.5
(2)
Sugar Beach, Toronto
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From the pastel pink umbrellas and the warm sand to the chunks of Canadian shield, there are lots of photo opportunities. This beachy getaway is located right in the heart of the downtown core.
Humber Bay Arch Bridge
Humber Bay Arch Bridge
4.5
(2)
Martin Goodman Trail, Toronto
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Built in the mid-90s, the Humber Bay Arch Bridge is located just south of Lake Shore Boulevard West. As part of the Martin Goodman Trail, you’ll find lots of pedestrians and cyclists here, but if you’re lucky, you’ll get the bridge (mostly) all to yourself for the perfect picture
Prospect Point Picnic Area
Prospect Point Picnic Area
4.5
(2)
6200 Stanley Park Dr, Vancouver
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Even though it took me the best part of a year to make it up to Prospect Point I’ve now been up there a bunch of times. Trust me when I say you’ll be wanting to add photos of this spot in Vancouver to your instagram.
Queen Elizabeth Park (Town Square)
Queen Elizabeth Park (Town Square)
4.5
(2)
Henry St, Miramichi
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When we first arrived in Vancouver we were living in our van Elvis right outside Queen Elizabeth Park. I’d often climb to the top of the park to take in this view! It’s definitely a great place to grab a new Vancouver instagram photo!
Lions Gate Bridge
Lions Gate Bridge
4.5
(2)
Lions Gate Bridge Rd, Vancouver
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the perfect spot for photo taking in Stanley Park, near Prospect Point.
Siwash Rock
Siwash Rock
4.5
(2)
Vancouver, BC
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Technically this is known as Siwash Rock but it’s Pineapple Rock to me and you’ll see why when you look at it. This rock is in Stanley Park and whenever I’ve run past it I’ve always been impressed. It’s definitely one of the unique instagram spots in Vancouver.
Bloedel Conservatory
Bloedel Conservatory
4.5
(2)
4600 Cambie St, Vancouver
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The Bloedel Conservatory is a picturesque indoor tropical garden located in Vancouver's Queen Elizabeth Park. Meet exotic birds and take beautiful pictures of exotic plants and flowers.
Fun Alley
Fun Alley
4.5
(2)
Fun Alley, North Vancouver
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Fun Alley, a colourful alley in North Vancouver's Lower Lonsdale neighbourhood is an interactive space that provides the most perfect mural background for your Instagram photo.
Digital Orca
Digital Orca
4.5
(2)
Vancouver Convention Centre West Building, 1055 Canada Pl
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Located next to the Vancouver Convention Centre, this pixel art killer whale is frozen mid-leap in a modern sculpture that was designed by Douglas Coupland.
Engagement
Engagement
4.5
(2)
West End, Vancouver
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G
the sculpture depicts two diamond engagement rings and stands nearly 30 feet tall - simply can not miss this one for your Instagram gallery.
Hotel Europe
Hotel Europe
4.5
(2)
43 Powell St, Vancouver
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Incredibly picturesque and quintessential, you can't miss capturing this iconic photo for your feed.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
4.5
(2)
578 Carrall St, Vancouver
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this garden is the first classical Chinese Garden in Canada and is a great spot to capture the beauty of an oasis in the middle of the city.
Vancouver Art Gallery
Vancouver Art Gallery
4.5
(2)
750 Hornby St, Vancouver
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If you're looking for an artsy and dramatic backdrop, make sure to take photos of the exterior and interior space of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Belvédère Camillien-Houde
Belvédère Camillien-Houde
4.5
(2)
Voie Camillien-Houde, Mont-Royal
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Perched atop Mont Royal, the spot offers city-wide views of the entire island and beyond. With the city’s trees, flowers, and colours blossoming, springtime atop the mountain is primetime for photo ops.
Maison Pepin
Maison Pepin
4.5
(2)
378 Rue Saint-Paul O, Montréal
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G
a boutique at the end of a narrow, stone-walled alleyway that looks like it’s right out of a Harry Potter film. If the magical alley isn’t your cup of tea, Old Montreal itself is oozing with picturesque spots.
Farine Five Roses
Farine Five Roses
4.5
(2)
Montreal, QC H3C 1Y3
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G
Whether photographed at night, or during the day, the flour mill’s sign is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
Ville-Marie
Ville-Marie
4.5
(2)
Ville-Marie, Montreal
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G
PVM is an exceptionally located esplanade in the heart of downtown Montreal, offering majestic sites of the city landscape
Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal
Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal
4.5
(2)
110 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal
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G
This 190-year-old basilica takes over the skyline of a historic district of Old Montreal and is exuding with photo opportunities, both inside and out.
Montreal Convention Centre
Montreal Convention Centre
4.5
(2)
1001 Jean Paul Riopelle Pl, Montreal
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G
Built above the Ville-Marie Expressway, this gorgeous and colourful structure has 200,000-sq-ft of exhibition space and is an absolute treat to the Instagram eye.
Olympic Stadium
Olympic Stadium
4.5
(2)
4141 Avenue Pierre-De Coubertin, Montréal
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G
The Olympic Stadium, the largest amphitheatre in the province, cost Quebecers a boat-load of money so you might as well get snapping (because let’s be honest, it’s not being used for much else).
Jacques Cartier Bridge
Jacques Cartier Bridge
4.5
(2)
134 Pont Jacques-Cartier, Montréal
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G
the Pont Jacques-Cartier is a magnificent steel structure that crosses the island of Montreal to the South Shore over the St. Lawrence River.
Pastel Rita
Pastel Rita
4.5
(2)
5761 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
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G
make a quick pit stop at cafe and wine bar for some drinks and grub. And, while you’re at it, keep that camera snapping because Pastel Rita’s colours and style will make you feel like you’re inside a Barbie Playhouse.
Square Saint-Louis
Square Saint-Louis
4.5
(2)
R. Saint-Denis, Montréal
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G
The square is architecturally rich and will make you feel like you were teleported to 19th-century European homes, primetime for IG.
Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal
Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal
4.5
(2)
3800 Chemin Queen Mary, Montréal
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It is the largest church in Canada and claims to have one of the world’s largest domes. Along with spectacular views of the city at the oratory’s top standing, the spot is covered in gorgeous colours, trees, and flowers – all in bloom during springtime.
Mount Royal Cross
Mount Royal Cross
4.5
(2)
Chemin Olmsted, Montréal
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G
As a background filler, or as the main, the cross is a Montreal symbol and has some serious value in the Instagram game.
Jean Talon Market
Jean Talon Market
4.5
(2)
7070 Avenue Henri-Julien, Montréal
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G
From a wide variety of produce, flowers, fish, meat, and desserts, go snap crazy at the Jean Talon Market for detailed-heavy posts.
Atwater Market
Atwater Market
4.5
(2)
138 Avenue Atwater, Montréal
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The market features both indoor and outdoor vendors from a vast variety of local options: meat, bread, cheese, fruit, vegetables, flowers, candy, pizza, and ice cream.
Lukes Drug Mart
Lukes Drug Mart
4.5
(2)
112 4 St NE, Calgary
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S
While the Drug Mart is pretty stylin’ in itself (and has some great soft serve), it’s the wall around back that makes our list. The gigantic mural makes for a perfect backdrop, whether you want to keep it simple with black and white lines or add a pop of colour by zooming out just a bit.
Scotsman's Hill
Scotsman's Hill
4.5
(2)
Ramsay, Calgary
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S
What’s unique about this view is that you can hit the perfect angle of the Scotiabank Saddledome and Stampede grounds while also getting Calgary’s skyline as your backdrop.