Canadian agents should take a look at this list released by Hotwire.com of the hottest travel markets for residents of the Great White North.
The top 10 markets are:
Visit the Festival of Fire firework competition or try over 250 beers at the Festival of Beer. The city is also great for music lovers who can check out the Waterfront Blues. There are also many cultural attractions like the Royal Ontario Museum or the CN Tower.
Check out the International Jazz Festival, the Botanical Garden and the Basilique Notre-Dame-de-Montreal.
Spend time outdoors in Queen Elizabeth Park or enjoy outdoor theater with Bard on the Beach. Vancouver is also home to the largest firework competition in the world, the Celebration of Light.
4. New York City
New York City has something for everyone. Enjoy a show on Broadway, the boardwalk in Coney Island and the restaurants during Summer Restaurant Week.
Visit Parliament Hill or bicycle on one of the many pathways and trails throughout the city. Ottawa is also home to one of Canada's last remaining authentic steam-trains.
There is more to see in Seattle during the summer than just the Space Needle and Pike Place Market. Seafair, one of America's biggest community festivals, calls Seattle home during the summer months. Enjoy parades and planes, including the Milk Carton Derby and the Fleet Arrival.
7. Niagara Falls
Besides the most notable attraction visit the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens or enjoy traditional music at the Irish Festival.
Catch a game at Wrigley Field, see Navy Pier or visit the city's many museums. There are also a variety of music festivals like the Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago Folk and Roots Festival or Viva! Chicago Latin Music Festival.
Harborfest is a big draw during the summer, offering over 200 events, most of which are free.
Visit Fort Calgary or Heritage Park Historical Village and learn about the history of Western Canada. Elliston Park hosts GlobalFest, a multi-cultural festival and international fireworks competition.