So you're young and bored and basically broke. Flights to Europe are expensive and so is everything you want to do when you get there.

Lucky for you, you can get to most places in Canada via train or bus. Also, it's so damn beautiful here, so you don't need to spend a fortune entertaining yourself. All you have to do is strap on some sneakers, go outside and explore the natural beauty this country has to offer.

I've avoided listing the more expensive cities in Canada, instead featuring locations where you can get more bang for your buck, and have a great time despite your mostly-empty wallet.

1. Lake Louise, Alberta


2. Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia


3. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island


4. Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon Territory


Photo cred - @beautifuldestinations

5. Niagara Falls, Ontario


6. Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories


7. Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia


8. London, Ontario


9. Avalon Penninsula, Newfoundland


Photo cred - @photojbartlett

10. Jasper, Alberta


11. Fogo Island, Newfoundland


12. Banff National Park, Alberta


13. Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia


14. Sea-to-Sky Country, British Columbia


Photo cred - Cherry Beach Resort

15. Prince Edward County, Ontario


16. Tofino, British Columbia


17. Collingwood, Ontario


18. Haida Gwaii, British Columbia


19. Charlevoix, Québec


Photo cred - @landscapeoftheworld

20. Baffin Island, Nunavut


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