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WINNIPEG TRAVEL GUIDE
LANGUAGEOfficially English and French
WHAT TO EATManitoban staples like smoked goldeye fish from Lake Winnipeg, bannock, bison-based First Nations dishes and local produce from The Forks Market or the Downtown Winnipeg Farmers’ Market.
WHAT TO BRING BACKCapital K Distillery’s Tall Grass gin or vodka made with Manitoba grain, a book about Winnie the Pooh’s origin from the Assiniboine Park Zoo gift shop, a Manitobar from Chocolatier Constance Popp and a Winnipeg Jets hat.
FUN FACTDuring WWI, a Canadian soldier bought a bear cub in England and named her Winnie after his hometown of Winnipeg. Donated to the London Zoo, the bear inspired author AA Milne to name his beloved, fictional teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh when he spotted her there. Pose next to the statue of Winnie the bear and her first owner, Lt. Harry Colebourn, in Assiniboine Park Zoo!
IMPORTANT INFOFor more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page.
TRAVEL YOUR WAY : FLIGHT & HOTEL BUNDLES
Best Western Plus Winnipeg Airport Hotel
Four Points by Sheraton Winnipeg International Air
Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown
Days Inn and Suites by Wyndham Winnipeg
Country Inn & Suites Carlson Winnipeg
Hilton Suites Winnipeg Airport
Super 8 by Wyndham Winnipeg East
Travelodge by Wyndham Winnipeg East
Four Points by Sheraton Winnipeg South
Fairfield Inn & Suites Winnipeg
Humphry Inn & Suites Winnipeg
Best Western Pembina Inn & Suites
Hampton Inn Winnipeg Airport
Courtyard Winnipeg Airport
Best Western Charter House Hotel Downtown Winnipeg
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