4K Stock Footage of Canada
Canada is such a large country in terms of geographical size, and there seems to be no limit to the lovely stock footage that shows off the country’s charm and rugged beauty to people who long to visit this land. There is so much variety in Canada, from one city to another, and from one coastline to another. Whether you long to be walking the rugged, rocky Nova Scotia beaches or wandering through Montreal, 4k footage gives you the feeling that you are already there.
Montreal is such a diverse city, and stock footage from VideoBlocks.com captures the essence of the locale and the people who live there. Montreal offers nightclubs, shopping districts, historic sites and museums. Vieux-Montreal is an area of small museums that takes you back to the 18th century, and royalty free images take you there, as well. The local people escape winter’s icy grip by heading to the museums and shopping malls in the Underground City.
Who among us has never wondered in awe at the beauty of Niagara Falls? The Canadian side of this marvel includes the city of Niagara Falls, which offers an array of activities for families traveling there. 4k footage captures the raw power of this stunning waterfall in a way that makes you feel as if you’re there. The city itself has walking and bike trails, and the well-known Niagara gorge.
Toronto is a popular tourist destination in its own right. You can view stock media at VideoBlocks.com that shows the variety of attractions that lure in visitors. If you want to be wowed, visit the CN Tower, which happens to be the tallest freestanding, manufactured structure in the hemisphere. The new attraction there is EdgeWalk, which gives you a chance to walk hands-free along the outside ledge of the CN Tower.
Quebec City is a popular tourist attraction in Canada. The wall surrounding Old Quebec stands solid in stock footage, as Quebec City is fortified by 4.6 km of gates and walls. The city is beautiful in the daytime or at night, with some of the original defenses developed under the English and French still in place. The fortresses, Artillery Park and the Citadel can all be seen on tours of Quebec City and in royalty free images that you may use in any way you like.