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Cruises to Canada

Book yourself on a Canada cruise and you'll be exploring the coastal highlights of the second largest country on Earth. Canada boasts beautiful scenery, incredible cities and a captivating blend of colonial and native heritage.

Some lines offer a complete cruise of Canada, while others offer voyages that travel to New England or Alaska too. All voyages take in a number of key Canadian ports along the way.

Halifax

Halifax, in the province of Nova Scotia, is a natural port of call for any Canada cruise. The city offers a rich maritime heritage and a wide variety of attractions, and it was once a gateway into the country for thousands of immigrants. Their stories can be heard on a trip to the Canadian Museum of Immigration, a great way to discover the roots of the city’s people. Alternatively, you could visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the HMCS Sackville, an old Navy corvette from the Second World War, to immerse yourself in the city's seafaring past. Elsewhere in the port you could take a wander through the beautiful Halifax Public Gardens, or see the Fairview Lawn Cemetery where many of the passengers of the Titanic were laid to rest.

St John

St John in New Brunswick is an attractive city which sits on the Bay of Fundy, famous for having the highest tidal range in the world. The city is the oldest settlement in Canada, and its more modest size reflects the largely untouched nature of the beautiful New Brunswick province. Key city sights include the Old City Market and Trinity Church, while the Reversing Rapids are perhaps St John's most popular attraction. The clue's in the name and this natural phenomenon is caused by the awesome tidal power of the Bay of Fundy, along which you'll also find another popular attraction – Fundy National Park and Hopewell Rocks.

Quebec

Quebec City is a sprawling historic capital, with hundreds of years of history to explore. The district of Old Quebec is a World Heritage Site which was founded in 1608 and is a delight to explore, as are the city's Upper Town and Lower Town. Explore the city and you'll uncover sights like the fortifications, the Place Royale, the Chateaux Frontenac and La Citadelle. One popular Canada cruise excursion is a trip out to nearby Montmorency Falls, which lie within the beautiful park of the same name.

Vancouver

Over on Canada's west coast lies another popular port of call, Vancouver, in British Columbia. The country's third largest city, this is a thriving cosmopolitan destination which sits between the ocean and dramatic mountains – and enjoys the best of both worlds as a result. Explore a little of the thousand-acre Stanley Park or head to downtown Vancouver, a great place to shop or just soak up the atmosphere of the city. False Creek is the best location to explore the city's harbour and offers some stunning views, while the Museum of Anthropology hosts a fascinating collection of cultural artworks from around the world.

 

 

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