The sun sets as you walk along the Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge. The white beams of modern architecture bounce off the light, and there is nowhere else you’d rather be during a visit to Manitoba. In Winnipeg, there’s a limitless amount of beautiful things to see and check out. See them all on your next trip to the capital city.
Just because you’re in one of Manitoba’s most populated cities, it doesn’t mean you have to overspend to enjoy your stay.
Follow the locals to The Forks. This downtown area is where residents and visitors meet at Johnston Terminal to sample local foods and check out artisanal crafts. Got your camera on you? Just walk a little bit outside of the hustle and bustle to the riverfront for some picturesque views. Another thing Winnipeg is known for is its long history, and luckily, it’s surprisingly affordable to get to know the city’s past up close and personal. The Police Museum is always free and features 1880s prisoner weapons and a jail cell preserved from the 1910s. For more modern law-making, simply head to the Manitoba Legislative Building. The stone and marble marvel offers free self-guided tours throughout the week.
Once you’re ready to rest those travelling feet, return to your Winnipeg 3-star hotel. Enjoy all the amenities you crave on holiday without draining your wallet. Enjoy more to spend on souvenirs and treats than on accommodations.
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