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These 5 Canadian Cities Are The Most Expensive Places To Vacation This Summer

The most expensive places to spend your summer in Canada.

Canada is known for our beautiful beaches, impressive mountain ranges and rushing waterfalls. It's a place where people travel to because we have so much to offer.

During the summer, travellers come from all over the world to vacation across the country, just to get a glimpse of our most beautiful cities. Of course, it's not always so cheap. There are definitely some Canadian cities that are a bit more expensive than others. 

According to new survey conducted by CheapHotels.org, these are the top 5 most expensive places to stay during the summer in Canada. This survey was conducted by comparing the hotel rates of 30 Canadian destinations for August 2018. 

Surprisingly, the top 5 spots are all on the west coast.

The most expensive spot goes to #1. Banff, Alberta. Where Canadians spend on average $336 CAD per night. 

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If you didn't already know, Banff is literally one of the most beautiful places on Earth. There's no surprise that it took the top spot on this list. If you're staying in Banff, then you may have opted to stay overnight at the historic (and very expensive) Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel which is located in Banff National Park and overlooks the Bow Falls.

The views from the iconic hotel are literally breathtaking. 

#2. goes to Vancouver, BC. ShockingTravellers spend approximately $324 CAD per night. 

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We're not that surprised that Vancouver took the second spot in this list, especially considering it's more expensive to live there than Los Angeles

Not only is Vancouver drop-dead-gorgeous, it's also the temporary home to tons of celebs. The stars of Riverdale are currently filming their latest season and they've been spotted all over the city! If that's not reason enough to visit Van, then we don't know what is. 

The #3. spot goes to Canmore, Alberta. The average cost per night is $316 CAD. 

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Canmore is located in the Rocky Mountains, which is situated west of Calgary. It's known for its huge summits like the Three Sisters and Ha Ling Peak. Close by are also serene turquoise blue lakes that are totally #InstagramWorthy. This town is also very close to Banff.

#4. is actually Richmond, BC coming in at $235 CAD per night.

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Richmond is just south of Vancouver and has become a major metropolitan area in recent years. The area has really developed and real estate in this area is a hot commodity. It's also home to the Richmond Night Market where you can try tons of crazy and delicious foods. 

#5. is Niagara on the Lake, Ontario. Per night, staying at Niagara will cost you $235 CAD.

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Niagara Falls is one of the most well-known landmarks in all of Canada, so we're not surprised it took fifth place. People travel from all over to come see the amazing falls. It's definitely worth the trip, but it will definitely cost ya!

Source: Newswire

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Jasmine Girn Born and raised in Vancouver, BC. I spend my time creating content, reading poetry, perusing social media, playing with kittens and drinking an excessive amount of black tea. When I’m not writing, you can find me taking photos for Instagram or dreaming up my next adventure. @jgirn