On a Cunard cruise to Canada, you will have the chance to visit the historic and picturesque towns of Halifax in Nova Scotia and Bar Harbor in Maine. Halifax will delight you with its strong nautical history and culture. Halifax was also the main entryway for immigrants traveling to Canada from Europe, considered Canada's equivalent to Ellis Island.
Cunard's Canada cruises also feature major cities in Canada like Quebec, but also include stops in Boston and New York City. All of these cities offer a wide range of excursions and attractions that will leave you wanting more. In New York City you can catch a musical on Broadway or head to the Statue of Liberty for a spectacular view of the city. In Boston, travel back to colonial times as you explore the city's amazing history on the freedom trail, which explores Boston's role in the American Revolution. Some of these itineraries also include a stop in Newport, Rhode Island where you can take a peek into the beautiful mansions, built in the 1800s for the country's richest families like the Vanderbilts.
If you want to experience these amazing destinations on a superb ship like the Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2 or Queen Elizabeth, then you need to consider making your booking sooner rather than later. For 2013 & 2014, Cunard only offers a small number of Canada cruises that take advantage of the beautiful fall surroundings. If you are looking for a longer adventure, Cunard has several of their famous transatlantic crossings that either begin or end in Europe, which is a fitting way to see the New and Old World in one fabulous vacation.
Take this trip for the beautiful views, riveting history and to be treated like a member of the royal family. Call your Cruise Web consultant today at 1-800-377-9383 to begin the booking process and claim your spot on one of these popular Canada and New England sailings.
Canada & New England Itineraries with Cunard Line: