Quaint villages. Succulent seafood. Rich history. Cruise to Canada and New England for all of this and more.
Canada and New England offer lighthouses, lobster bakes and everything in between. Wouldn’t you love exploring the cultural treats and delicious ocean cuisine waiting in the harbors of New England? How about viewing the stunning fall foliage—a myriad of colors and leaves dancing merrily to the ground? Or, venture into the forests of Canada, where you can find historic towns and intriguing cultures. Cruise Canada and New England, and enjoy.
Things to Do on a Cruise to Canada and New England
During the late summer and fall, sailings along the New England and Eastern Canada Coasts become all the rage. These leisurely cruises give travelers the chance to see the splendor of fall colors, as the ship hugs the coastlines, packed with grand trees and quaint lighthouses. Featured below are some of the best ways to spend your time cruising through Canada and New England:
Spend an afternoon in the Boston Common, a large public park in the heart of the city. Here you can get a great view of the gold domed state house, ride the iconic swan boats and head off for a shopping trip down Newberry Street.
Visit the home that inspired Lucy Maud Montgomery to write the Anne of Green Gables novels in Charlottetown, Canada. Prince Edward Island is also full of beautiful rolling hills and charming lighthouses.
Climb the steps to the top of the Statue of Liberty. This iconic statue, representing the ideals of the United States, sits in New York’s Harbor and hosts thousands of visitors each year. Inside you’ll learn about the construction of this landmark.
Hike, climb, or drive up to the summit of Cadillac Mountain inside Maine’s Acadia National Park. The park is a collection of islands that spans 47,000 acres of raw natural beauty.
Taste the crown jewel of New England seafood. No matter how it’s prepared, lobster is a must when in New England.
Take a tour of Quebec’s Old City. This walled city is packed with cafes and views of the grand St. Lawrence River. Enjoy tea at the Chateau Frontenac, the city’s grandest hotel.
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