Canada / New England
Visit History in Canada and New England
When you embark on a Canada and New England cruise, you’re in for some impressive history, and excellent seafood. From cobblestone streets to national parks and lighthouses to magnificent fjords, you’ll have a magical experience.
Book a Canada and New England cruise with a July itinerary, and you’re likely to see celebratory fireworks under the Boston night sky during Independence Day. Other destinations may include Newfoundland, Halifax and Sydney in Nova Scotia, Bar Harbor and Portland in Maine, Montreal, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec City.
Fleets that offer Canada and New England cruises include Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Holland America, Princess, Crystal, and Carnival.
In addition to Halifax, you will also experience Peggy’s Cove, the community's famous lighthouse marks the eastern entrance of St. Margaret’s Bay.
Popular with locals & tourists alike, the Fundy Coast offers maritime sights ranging from quaint fishing villages to a beautiful national park.
View rolling farmlands, stunning seascapes, tiny villages and bustling harbors along the Green Gables Shore on this scenic drive.
Discover Québec City with a tour that covers over 25 miles of cultural, historical & touristic attractions.
Journey through Quebec's largest city on this amazing Montreal Hop On-Hop Off tour. Take the entire tour or see only the sites that matter most to you.
This unique tour follows roads less traveled by tour buses viewing the charming countryside and sampling some of the local wine.
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