St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The largest city in the province is also known to be one of the most colorful towns in the world! Usually one would expect vibrant colors and vivid houses someplace, which is always warm and sunny. However, climate in St. John’s is usually chilly and sullen. But it doesn’t stop the locals from painting their buildings brightly.
The unspoiled environment provides various outdoor activities for the visitors. Pippy Park is one of the biggest Canadian urban parks and features gold courses, skiing as well as hiking trails, versatile fauna and flora. Victorian-style Bannerman Park hosts a swimming pool, a baseball diamond, events and festivals. The town is also famous for having a lively cultural life, numerous galleries and museums.
Why to go there?
It is an attractive destination indeed. From unique architecture and rich culture, to versatile outdoor activities and events – St. John’s is a great city to visit once in Canada.
When to go there?
Summers are warm and winters are mild here. Meanwhile visitors will find various amusements all year round – from the fun outdoor activities to a hip cultural scene.
How to get there?
St. John’s International Airport connects town with Canada, USA, the Caribbean, London and Dublin. You can also get here by bus or boat from various Canadian cities.
Lead photo by Elena Elisseeva