The New York Times has released their annual 52 Places to Go, and two notable Canadian destinations made the cut.
Ontario Ice Caves made number 10, while Calgary, Alta., came in at number 20.
Calgary is getting praise for its new Central Library, and acclaim for its architecture from Snohetta. The Times citing recent improvements has revitalized and brought new life to the city.
Meanwhile, in Ontario, Lake Superior’s ice caves near Sault Ste. Marie are receiving positive reviews from the American newspaper. It is reported that climate change is putting its future into doubt, but it remains a sight to be seen.
Other international cities that made the cut include Santa Barbara, Calif., Hampi, India, and Puerto Rico.
See the full list below.
Source: The New York Times