Msc Cruises Canada / New England Cruises

A cruise to Canada and New England with MSC Cruises is truly an experience. No matter what time of year you visit, you are guaranteed to enjoy some of the freshest seafood, visit fascinating historical sites, view stunning architecture, experience nature at its finest, and much more. You can step back into Old Europe, explore the birthplace of the American Revolution and where loyalists fled in Nova Scotia and hike in one of the USA's most beautiful parks when you sail through Canada and New England with MSC Cruises. To learn more about MSC Cruises' Canada and New England cruises, contact The Cruise Web's experts at 1-800-377-9383.


Things to Do on a Canada and New England Cruise with MSC Cruises


You'll find plenty of fun activities to sink your teeth into with a cruise to Canada and New England with MSC Cruises. From the rich, natural tapestry of Acadia National Park, to the French-influenced, old world Quebec City, to the pure Americana of Boston, and beyond; you'll find plenty to see, taste and experience throughout Canada and New England. Please continue below for sample excursions on your cruise to Canada and New England with MSC Cruises:


Quebec City, Canada
  • Quebec City Walking Tour (Quebec City, Canada)
    Quebec City continues to hold on to its European influence, so take a step back in time to Old Europe with a walking tour of the city. Stroll the historic cobblestone streets, and explore the 17th and 18th century houses and stunning churches. Bring your camera to snap the perfect shot of the striking architecture, and bring your appetite to enjoy delicious French-inspired cuisine at the classic bistros and sidewalk cafes.


Lighthouse in Prince Edward Island, Canada
  • Explore Charlottetown by Bicycle (Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada)
    Explore the capital city of Prince Edward Island by bicycle; it almost seems like this quaint city was built to be explored by cycling. For visitors who like to stay active, rent a bike and explore both the beautiful city and the surrounding nature.


Acadia National Park in Maine
  • Hike Acadia National Park (Bar Harbor, Maine)
    Bar Harbor is not lacking in fun things to do, but Acadia National Park is definitely the shining star. Put on your hiking boots, grab your water bottle and spend some quality time in the great outdoors. Acadia has several hiking trails for every skill level. When you're finished connecting with nature, return to Bar Harbor to explore all the great museums, restaurants and shops the quaint town has to offer.


Lighthouse in Sydney, Nova Scotia
  • Take a Guided Historic Tour (Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada)
    Sydney has a fascinating history as it was founded by British loyalists fleeing the American Revolution. While visiting this charming cruise port, you can explore its interesting past by taking a guided history tour. Explore some of the oldest buildings in Sydney, including the Cossit House, which was built in 1787, and the Jost House, which features exhibits about Sydney's founding.


Faneuil Hall in Boston, MA
  • Shop at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace (Boston, Massachusetts)
    Boston is perhaps the most historic city in America. It's the birthplace of the American Revolution, and it's impossible to walk Boston's streets without stumbling upon a historic site. In fact, the Faneuil Hall Marketplace is where Johnathan Mayhew challenged the Sugar Act of 1764 with his proclamation of "no taxation without representation" - a phrase now synonymous with the USA. The marketplace is a great place to capture photos, enjoy a meal and find unique souvenirs.


Signal Hill Tower in St. Johns, Canada
  • Experience the Views at Signal Hill (St. Johns, Newfoundland)
    A trip to St. Johns, Newfoundland is not complete without a trip to its most popular landmark, Signal Hill. This is where the first transatlantic wireless signal was received in 1901. The hike up Signal Hill is more than worth it for the sweeping views of the town.


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Msc Cruises Canada / New England Departure Ports

Learn more about the possible departure ports for a Canada and New England cruise with MSC Cruises. Your MSC Cruises Canada cruise could embark from any of the following cities:

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