It is the capital city of Manitoba, a Canadian province. This city has well preserved 20th century architecture and many art galleries. The name is derived from the Lake “Winnipeg” meaning muddy water. It is also known as the “Gateway to the west” and is a transportation Hub.
Places to visit:
- The Forks–The Forks is a large riverside community hub with a variety of shopping, dining & recreational activities. Literally, a hub with all that can be asked for. It offers perfect shopping place, great food and fun activities.
- Canadian Museum for Human Rights- It is a National museum of Winnipeg and a place to know and learn about the Human Rights in the Manitoba.
- Assiniboine Park Zoo- Assiniboine Park Zoo is a zoo that was established in 1904. A wide range of animals resides in this zoo.
- Manitoba Museum- It was previously known as the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature. It is the largest museum in the city.
- Manitoba Legislative Building- It is the meeting place of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, in central Winnipeg.
- Fort Garry-It is a landmark Park in Winnipeg and organizes light shows.
Places to stay:
- Holiday Inn- It offers a place with great food, restaurant, free Wi-Fi and an indoor pool.
- Fairmont- This hotel comes with polished rooms, refined dining, a bar & a pool
- Radisson Hotel- It provides a scenic restaurant and bar and a free shuttle in the area.
- Delta Hotel- This hotel provides contemporary rooms with skywalk access and 2 pools along with a health club and on-site pub.