Whether you've always admired the beauty of the True North or are looking to add some destinations to your wanderlust wishlist, there are some top Canadian spots you should know about.\nIf you're making a bucket list of places to go, you can ditch the pen and paper because we've already done the work for you!\nU.S. News compiled quite the list of Canada's dream spots, and it names destinations from coast to coast.\nThese locations are so sought after that even The Bachelorette could not escape the charms of the Great North and chose it as a filming spot for the show.\nHere are Canada's top 15 locations you have to cross off your bucket list one day.\nEditor's Choice: Here's How Canadians Are Modifying Their Tim Hortons Orders So They Taste Better\nJasper National Park\nLocation: Alberta\nWhy you need to visit: Jasper National park isn't just the best place to visit in Canada, but it was also voted as the best national park in the country, too.\nIt doesn't get better than mountains and canyons in the north, am I right? Fall in love with these breathtaking views — I mean, even the Bachelorette did. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jasper National Park (@jaspernationalpark)\nView Here\nBanff\nLocation: Alberta\nWhy you need to visit: Found in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, visiting Banff is a must during the wintry months.\nIt's a great destination if you love hitting the slopes and skiing your heart out, or want to hike some epic trails. It also features jaw-dropping lodges and hotels, too. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Banff National Park (@banff.national.park)\nView Here\nNiagara Falls\nLocation: Ontario\nWhy you need to visit: If you've visited Niagara Falls too many times to count it's easy to forget how magical it really is.\nTo the rest of the globe, this spot is an absolute world wonder and at the top of many bucket lists.\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Iphone traveller Janic (@iphone__traveller)\nView Here\nVancouver\nLocation: Vancouver, B.C\nWhy you need to visit: It has all the wonder of a city made even more beautiful thanks to its seemingly never-ending mountains and beaches.\nVancouver has been said to have the best of both worlds as it is "an urban and a natural playground." \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by TRAVEL 🌎 EMMETT SPARLING (@emmett_sparling)\nView Here\nMontreal\nLocation: Montreal, Quebec \nWhy you need to visit: Described as two worlds colliding, both old and new, this city is a no-brainer when visiting Canada!\nIt's also known across the globe for its famous food options such as Montreal bagels and poutine.\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by montreal heart 🇨🇦 (@montreal_heart)\nView Here\nQuebec City\nLocation: Quebec\nWhy you need to visit: Described as France that isn't quite France, Quebec City is charming yet still vibrant, old-school but still hip! \nThe report describes it as "a world straight out of a European painting." \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Québec, Québec, Canada (@quebeccite)\nView Here\nVictoria & Vancouver Island\nLocation: B.C\nWhy you need to visit: This spot 'exudes a quainter atmosphere' as it is somewhat of a small city and is located on the southern part of Vancouver Island.*\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by H͙Y͙U͙N͙ G͙ (@congzzzzi)\nView Here\nPrince Edward Island\nLocation: P.E.I\nWhy you need to visit: Whether you love seafood or a walk by the water, P.E.I is a great place to settle down and enjoy the best of what mother nature has to offer.\nThat includes beaches, hills and stunning cliffside views. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Linda Matheson - Ford (@lindamathesonford)\nView Here\nGros Morne National Park\nLocation: Newfoundland\nWhy you need to visit: According to the province's website, it took 485 million years for mother nature to create this national park.\nIf you visit, get ready to climb mountain tops, hike sprawling landscapes, travel through glaciers and go past waterfalls. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Canada in Pictures (@canadainpictures)\nView Here\nWhistler\nLocation: B.C\nWhy you need to visit: This town north of Vancouver is an adventurer's dream with its snow peaks, gorgeous lakes and powerful waterfalls. \nThe best way to take it all in is on a hike. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by MarineRL (@marinerssl_)\nView Here\nToronto\nLocation: Ontario\nWhy you need to visit: You simply can not visit Canada without making a stop in its biggest and busiest city.\nThere are endless things to do, like getting a snapshot of yourself standing by one of the tallest towers in the world. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by fromvxx (@fromvxx)\nView Here\nCape Breton Highlands National Park\nLocation: Nova Scotia\nWhy you need to visit: Said to be one of Canada's 'most enchanting places, where the mountains meet the sea,' Cape Breton Highlands National Park is not one to miss.\nIt's also along the world-famous Cabot Trail, boasting stunning coastal views.\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jason Petersson (@jsn.ptrsn)\nView Here\nMont-Tremblant\nLocation: Quebec\nWhy you need to visit: If you're looking for fantastic skiing options and a fabulous resort, Mont-Tremblant is a sure bucket list item during Canada's famous snowy season. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Your Host 💬 Alexandra (@anxiousmillennialpodcast)\nView Here\nWhitehorse\nLocation: Yukon\nWhy you need to visit: 94% of citizens believe Whitehorse to be a great place to live so it's fair to assume it would also be a great place to visit.\nThis city is also known across the country for its breathtaking views of the Northern Lights. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by live love canada (@livelovecanada)\nView Here\nOkanagan Valley\nLocation: B.C\nWhy you need to visit: If you're a wine lover look no further! Okanagan Valley is home to 84% of B.C's vineyards and has almost 200 wineries.\nYou can also enjoy the beautiful views that Naramata Beach has to offer too.\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by OK Local (@oklocal.ca)\nView Here\n*Editor's Note: This story has been updated.