Winnipeg travel guide

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You're Going to Love Winnipeg

As the capital of the province of Manitoba, Winnipeg is a regional business and arts center. During the day you can stroll historic neighborhoods or take in a gallery show, and at night enjoy a bursting dining and nightlife scene.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Winnipeg

What to do in Winnipeg

Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Top activities & attractions in Winnipeg

When to Visit Winnipeg

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With its cold winters, most visitors from outside the region come to the city during the warmer months from May through September, when temperatures average between 65 and 80 degrees. The city also hosts many festivals and events during the summer months.

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How to Get to Winnipeg

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Where to Stay in Winnipeg

The Mere Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel in a picturesque riverside location, with contemporary decor and attentive service. Enjoy modern comforts as you absorb the grandeur of the historic Fort Garry Hotel, a short distance from downtown.

Popular Neighborhoods in Winnipeg

Where to stay in popular areas of Winnipeg

Most booked hotels in Winnipeg

How to Get Around Winnipeg

The Cost of Living in Winnipeg

Shopping Streets

The Exchange District is full of shops and boutiques, with another scene of high-end shopping along Academy Road. For shopping malls, look to Portage Avenue in the downtown area.

Groceries and Other

Safeway and Lucky are two of the largest supermarket chains in Winnipeg. A quart of milk costs about C$1.60 and a dozen eggs C$3.50.

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Where to Eat in Winnipeg

Enjoy innovative fusion cuisine at Deer + Almond, where the menu changes constantly, and main dishes start at C$12. For a satisfying lunch as you explore downtown, try the hand-cut meat sandwiches at King + Bannatyne, starting at C$9.

Most popular restaurants in Winnipeg

Hermanos Restaurant - Exchange District
Excellent (5,312 reviews)
Carnaval Brazilian BBQ
Excellent (4,940 reviews)
Peasant Cookery
Comfort food
Excellent (4,242 reviews)
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Southside
Prime Rib
Excellent (789 reviews)
La Carnita - Winnipeg
Contemporary Mexican
Excellent (495 reviews)
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - St. James
Prime Rib
Excellent (484 reviews)