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Car Hire Winnipeg - Guide to Winnipeg
Winnipeg is the largest city in the province of Manitoba in Canada. It is a major transportation hub, serviced by Richardson International Airport and has rail and road links to the rest of Canada and the USA. Winnipeg has evolved from a small prairie town to a cosmopolitan city full of top class restaurants, high street shops and a thriving arts and culture scene.
Winnipeg is home to Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. In fact Winnipeg is known as the "Cultural Cradle of Canada" and annual festivals like Festival du Voyageur, Folklorama and the Winnipeg Folk Festival transform the city into a wonderland of colour and sound.
Shopaholics can get their fix at Osborne Village, Academy and the Exchange District which are dotted with top boutiques and craft shops. Head over to the Forks at the junction of the Assiniboine and Red rivers in downtown Winnipeg. It is described as a meeting place and is probably Winnipeg's number one tourist attraction. It is a shopping centre and a mecca for events and festivals with its unique natural and man-made features.
Other popular attractions in Winnipeg and its surrounds include Assiniboine Park Zoo, Manitoba Museum, and the Western Canadian Aviation Museum.