Winnipeg- the multicultural and the largest city is the capital of Manitoba which resides in South Central Canada. The city gets its name from the Cree words meaning “muddy water” and “peg” is known for its hand-painted murals. English is the most spoken language in this city. The heart of this city lies in the Forks, a historic site at the intersection of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport is the closest airport at a distance of just 10 km from the city and operates many regular flights from both traditional and low-cost airlines.
Every season has its own charm and it all depends on your priority if you want a slightly cool environment then spring is the best time for you,summer is the busiest season for tourism, if you love rain and snow then fall is the time for you when hotels may be affordably priced and winter is the time for warm weather travelers when the environment is too cold. So, its good to go for advance bookings for your hotels and flights tickets to get some cheap deals.
There are many popular attractions to hang around in the city, the famous places are Assiniboine Park, The Forks, Legislative Building, Fort Whyte Alive and Manitoba Children's Museum. Each February, the city hosts the famous Festival du Voyageur - the annual 10 days winter festival. You can also visit one among the oldest civic galleries - Winnipeg Art Gallery here which is also among the largest art galleries in the country. To catch some religious history, the iconic St. Boniface Cathedral should be there on your list of to go places while in the city.