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The singular image of Quebec city is the hilltop citadel

hotel surrounded by cannons - representing the only

fortress on the North American continent. Built to evoke a

mountain castle, Chateau Frontenac sits atop a cape above

the St. Lawrence River. The hotel is part of the city's Old

Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with all the stone

buildings and winding streets, you'll think you're in Europe.

You can take the funicular or the zig-zag hairpin bends to

the cobbled streets of the Petit Champlain Quarter. Many

structures here date back to Quebec City's beginnings,

and highlights include Notre Dame des Victoires and the

Musée de la Civilisation. There are charming squares,

numerous churches, interesting museums and the Grand

theatre of Quebec. In addition to Quebec's architectural

beauty, you will have a chance to discover the Old Port

public market, where you will meet its sellers and explore

the wealth of artisan products made in Quebec such as

jewellery, goat milk, soaps, luscious liqueurs and renowned

Quebec cheeses.


Located on one of the world's great natural harbours,

Halifax is adorned with landmarks like the Citadel fortress,

Pier 21 (Canada's Ellis Island), and the Maritime Museum

of the Atlantic - which is well worth a visit to see the

artefacts recovered from the Titanic. Learn about the

formation of World War II convoys which gathered here

to run the gauntlet of U-Boats across the Atlantic and

the gun ship collision during World War I which caused

as catastrophic explosion and flattened the city. Another

interesting spot to visit is the graveyard of the victims from

the Titanic disaster which were recovered by the local

fleet. Beyond the city, you can discover the weather-beaten

landscape of Nova Scotia's south shore. See craggy

coastlines, and the German village of Lunenburg - a

UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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of Canadian hospitality and French Flair. You will even have the chance to visit Sydney... in Nova Scotia!


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