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Halifax • Charlottetown • Tadoussac • Quebec City • Montreal • Niagara Falls • Port Colborne • Cleveland • Detroit
These highlights have been hand-picked by our Travel Planners, based on their intimate knowledge of the destination and their conversations with our travelers.
Explore Peggy’s Cove, an authentic fishing village during your time in Halifax
Discover Prince Edward Island, site of the famous "Green Gables" farmhouse
Embark on a picturesque whale-watching adventure in Tadoussac
Embark on a cable car ride to the top of the majestic Montmorency Falls
Sail into the mists of Niagara Falls on a cruise aboard the Hornblower
Spend the afternoon in one of Montreal’s natural gems, the Montreal Botanical Garden
Explore the highlights of this fascinating city, including a visit to the Basilica of Notre Dame
Explore the magnificent churches and chic boutiques of Québec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Savor a wine tasting at lovely Chateau des Charmes, a state-of-the-art family-owned winery
Customize your sightseeing itinerary in Cleveland as you embark on a Hop On, Hop Off trolley tour
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Halifax: Discover the port of Halifax, the provincial capital of Nova Scotia. The city’s landscape is dominated by the hilltop Citadel, a star-shaped fort completed in the 1850s, but its vibrant waterfront areas host everything from contemporary works of art to colorful festivals. You'll have a change to explore this vibrant area, as well as pay a visit to the iconic Peggy Point Lighthouse.
Prince Edward Island: Prince Edward Island, Canada's tiniest and most charming province, is famous for its green fields, red earth, and white-sand beaches. Among its gems are the farmstead that inspired L.M. Montgomery’s beloved Anne of Green Gables, and its charming capital, Charlottetown. You’ll also follow a trail through the same historic streets the delegates walked when they gathered in 1864 for the conference that led to the Confederation of Canada.
Montréal: The second-largest city in Canada, Montréal takes its name from Mount Royal, a hill in the center of the city with three distinct peaks. A UNESCO City of Design (one of only a few in the world), Montréal boasts over 50 national historic sites, including numerous churches, and a lively downtown arts and cultural scene. The official language of the city is French, though, at home, many speak a version called Québécois French.
Québec City: Hailed as the "most French city outside of France", Québec is a spectacle of history, architecture, and activity. You’ll immerse yourself in the charm and character of Old Québec (Vieux-Québec), the last remaining fortified city north of Mexico and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as visit the Plains of Abraham, once the site of an epic battle.