ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

 First Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Departure from Toronto to Quebec city. Evening walking tour. Accommodation at the hotel.

Second Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Tour of Quebec city. Place D'armes - the main square of the Upper Town ,the Cathedral Notre Dame de Quebec, the first parish Church in North America, the famous Breakneck stairs, excursion around  the Lower City ,Petit Champlain quarter, the Royal square. Departure to Fredericton.

Third Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Tour  to Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick. Historical and modern city center, Parliament building, Beaverbrook Art gallery, Christ Church Cathedral. Visit the town Hall and the tapestry exhibition. Lunch. Departure to Halifax.

Fourth Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Tour to Halifax, the capital of New Scotia. The historic quarters of the city; the Parliament of the province is the oldest legislative building in the country; the Citadel of Halifax; Pier 21 — national historic site, the doors to the New world for more than 1.5 million immigrants; the cemetery, where are buried the victims of the Titanic; embankment; the modern city centre. Visit to “Peggy's Cove”, the most popular photographers in Canada. Departure to Bedeck.

Fifth Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Tour  around Mountain National Park and the Cabot Trail along the Atlantic coast with one of the best guides of the island of Cape Breton. Lunch in the park. The night in new Glasgow.

Sixth Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Ferry. Tour of P. E. I. Returning to New Brunswick across the Confederation bridge to the Bay of Fundy, the place with the highest tides in the world. One Night in Moncton.

Seventh Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Walk along the seabed during low tide near the famous Hopewell rocks. Depart for Riviere-du-Loup. During the move : a visit to the Park Magnetic Hill and drive through the most of the world's longest covered bridge in Hartland.

Eighth Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Ferry.Walk along the Canyon named after Saint Anna at the famous hanging bridge over the rapids. Arrival at the hotel in the Laurentian mountains.
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Last Day

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Free time at the picturesque mountain lake. Moving to Toronto with a stop in Ottawa.

ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA

Sightseeing tours in Canada are represented by a wide variety of programs. This may be a historical route through the places of residence of the country's indigenous population and the European colonists, viewing the natural attractions, acquainted with the cities of Canada. Excursions can be on foot, bus, water, air, and in winter there is the opportunity to travel on skis or snowmobiles.

The company CanadaOpen invites you to discover the amazing beauty of the ATLANTIC PROVINCES of CANADA. Together with you we will walk along the ocean floor during low tide in the Bay of Fundy. We will visit the national Park “Cabot Trail”. This is a unique place where the St-Lawrence river connects with the Atlantic ocean. We will visit Halifax, Fredericton - the cities that were founded by the first settlers and learn their history.
This extraordinary combination of beautiful nature and rich history makes this province one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Canada... so see you soon. 

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