Over the last few days all eyes have been on Canada and, whilst there’s no denying that Wills and Kate have handled their first foreign tour with impressively assured grace, the host country has looked equally great in the limelight. The Royal couple’s first tour has provided a global stage for Canada to show off its remarkably diverse array of attractions. In between the spectacular Canada Day celebrations in Ottowa and the famous stampede in Calgary the tour will take in a highlights reel of this vast nation’s stunning natural scenery as well as some of its vibrant, culturally distinct cities. As the world's most famous newlyweds draw attention to Canada's many charms travel experts DialAFlight have highlighted the great value for money offered by Canada right now. In an interview with Red Chair TV (available to view on DialAFlight's Canada Flights page), Nicolas Fournier of Canadian Tourism points out that plenty of cut price deals are available in the wake of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, meaning now is a great time to follow in Will and Kate's royal footsteps. There are countless ways to experience Canada and in many ways this diversity is what makes it such a great country to visit. A tour can encompass so many different experiences. Popular tour destinations with DialAFlight customers include the Rockies, where intrepid explorers will encounter some of the most awe inspiring mountain scenery in the world, and British Colombia, where visitors are granted abundant wildlife, staggering vistas and world class skiing. But don’t let Canada’s undeniably impressive natural attractions distract you completely from the varied charms of its vibrant cities. Quebec and Montreal, the two great cities of French Canada, stand out in particular with their distinct version of French culture, spiked with a truly unique cocktail of jazz, art and lively nightlife.