A cruise to Canada offers an abundance of breathtaking scenery, quaint ports and a wealth of history and character. From the French towns of Montreal and Quebec to the distinct Scottish flavours of Nova Scotia where it is not uncommon to still hear bagpipes! There is no better time to visit than in the autumn as the foliage is brilliant in every imaginable colour.
Quebec City is truly one of the most beautiful cities in Canada, you may have to remind yourself that you are in Canada and not France particularly as you stroll the streets of Vieux-Quebec (Old Quebec), with the lilt of the French Language in your ears. Small cafes, cosy restaurants and enchanting boutiques all add to the charm and ambience of historic Old Quebec. Visit Halifax, Nova Scotia the modern port city teeming with culture and heritage, the entire region delights with its impressive array of entertainment, fine restaurants, colourful gardens and lively nightlife.
Cruise into quaint seaside towns such as Charlottetown with its eclectic mix of restaurants, pubs and cafes, the town holds community and city-wide festival events nearly every week of the year, and Saint John, the only city on the Bay of Fundy with its restored historic waterfront, this area is very well known for its fantastic lobster and other shellfish, be sure to try the delicious traditional fish and chips, and of course don't miss the famous Reversing Falls Rapids!
A cruise to Canada not enough? How about a cruisetour? A cruisetour is a combination of a cruise holiday and a land tour and the perfect way to experience Canada. See the Canadian Rockies with its Snow-capped mountains and pure turquoise lakes, in Niagara Falls take a cruise on the Maid of the Mist to the base of the falls and enjoy a city tour of the French Quarter and Notre Dame in Montreal.