Winnipeg, Manitoba's capital city, has survived uprisings, battles and floods. It has come a long way since its days as a trading post to become one of the most diversified economies in Canada. The city has a variety of heritage sites that won it the 2010 title of Cultural Capital of Canada. You'll find most of Winnipeg's restaurant scene within the mid, mid-high price range. This city is searching for delicious food that sticks to your ribs.
There are several ways to get around Winnipeg including riding the public bus, renting a car, calling ride share and hailing a taxi. In the summertime, rent a bike and enjoy the great outdoors. Many public buses are equipped with bike racks as well. Click here for more information on how to get around.
Get around Winnipeg’s major downtown attraction with their free bus called Downtown Spirit. There are three different spirit routes and is a great way to explore downtown for free. This bus runs everyday of the week, for more information visit their website.
Did you know Winnipeg’s train station was designed by the same architects as New York City’s Union Station? Also, the Winnipeg Art Gallery has the largest contemporary Inuit art collection, make sure to check out this attraction!