Due to the geo-political distribution of the planet, there are certain countries that the mere fact of having more power than others becomes popular tourist destinations. As a result, little consequence neighbors are relegated to the background. This situation occurs in North America, where Canada is the nation that receives fewer visitors, despite having beautiful cities.
For those who want to begin to know the American country, nothing better than visiting Regina, a small but modern and lively city in the south, specifically in the province of Saskatchewan. One of its main characteristics is that they have lower taxes across Canada, so there are many companies settle renowned in high and gigantic skyscrapers that provide a framework for the urban megalopolis which integrates with the style English of its oldest buildings.
In contrast to recently said, Regina has a lot of parks and public gardens where you can enjoy life in the wild in the middle of the city. The highlight is the Wascana Center, Considered the largest in America thanks to its nearly thousand hectares. It can enjoy the lake and several museums, including the Royal Museum and Science, among other attractions.
The outskirts of the city are also very interesting, especially for the lovers of the adventure. In the northeast of Regina is located in Valley of Qu´Appelle where you can see the glacier melting in the Prairies and enjoy activities that is can perform in the provincial park of Katepca, as well as also visit the historic park in Cannington Manor, built in the late 19th century.
Regina is a very good city for shopping, as it has over 700 stores. The malls of the city are Cornwell Center, Cowtown, Sears Outlet Store and Northgate Mall Where there are shops of the main fashion brands.
On the other hand, the Canadian city boasts shopping areas where you can find numerous boutiques, in Cathedral Village where you find very elegant shops or the downtown area of Regina with a mixture of different style and stores the Warehouse District with 500 premises of all kinds of products.