Start your morning in the historic Exchange District at one of Winnipeg's most acclaimed brunch spots. Clementine's international menu includes dishes like Turkish eggs, served with hummus and chili butter, or Spanish-style oatmeal.
Walk over to the Manitoba Museum to learn about the province's human and natural history. Be sure to board the Nonsuch, a life-size replica of a 17th-century merchant ship.
Cross the Red River via the elegant Provencher Bridge, which links downtown with St. Boniface, Winnipeg's French quarter. Order café au lait at Café Postale before stopping at Bothwell Fromagerie, which stocks Manitoba-made cheese. Make your way to the Musée de Saint-Boniface. Originally a 19th-century convent, the museum details the history of French-Canadian and Métis communities in Western Canada.
For some downtime, try the Nordic spa, Thermëa, nestled in a lovely wooded area south of the downtown core. Do the full circuit of treatments including outdoor pools and saunas.
Wrap up your time in the 'Peg on a flavourful note with a helping of sugar cane shrimp and pho at Vietnamese eatery Pho Hoang in hip Osborne Village. It'll keep you craving a second visit to this vibrant city!
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