Canada and New England

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Canada and New England

Our Canada and New England cruises offer you the chance to visit New England in the fall.  This is one of the most picturesque and historically significant region of the USA.

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The fall (autumn) is when the majority of people choose to visit Canada and New England. Cruises are very popular during this season when the rich foliage found there is at its best creating a stunning natural beauty.


 

Places to discover

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Apart from being able to see the magnificent display of nature’s spectacular colours during your Canada and New England cruises you will be able to see a lot more. Depending on which itinerary you choose, you will visit such historic cities as Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax & Boston, along with Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island, Halifax and Sydney on Nova Scotia, Bar Harbour and Portland Maine, St. John’s New Brunswick, Saguenay.

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Halifax is set on the world’s second largest natural harbour and is steeped in seafaring history and tradition.  With excellent fresh seafood for you to try, why not try a lobster dinner at the famous Murphy’s restaurant overlooking the water.  There are numerous museums and art galleries for you to visit, along with historical buildings. Boston became a city in 1822 and is one of America’s oldest cities with a rich economic and social history.

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Charlottetown offers scenic pleasures with its bright red soil and brilliantly coloured clapboard houses.  Visit Prince Edward Island National Park, home of Cavendish and Anne of Green Gables.

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Old Town, Quebec, Canada

 

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The Historical French City that is Quebec City is home of the famous Chateau Frontenac Hotel which stands high on a bluff overlooking the mighty St. Lawrence River.

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There are a variety of walks and trails throughout the city.  The Freedom trail takes you to 16 historical sites in the course of 2 – 3 hours and covers two and a half centuries of America’s most significant past. 

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Another option to walking is to take one of the many trolley tours on offer.  For the more adventurous how about climbing the 294 steps to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument for great views of this city?

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Château Frontenac, Quebec City, Canada

 

Contact us today to book your Canada and New England cruise