The largest city in the Maritimes, jam-packed with pubs, restaurants, museums and poignant memorials to the Titanic.
This handsome fishing port is small-town Nova Scotia at its prettiest, its hilly streets dotted with charming Victorian mansions.
3 Cabot Trail
Atlantic Canada’s most scenic highway cuts across the searing coastal headlands and plunging forested valleys of Cape Breton Island.
4 Fundy Coastal Drive
Explore this rugged and mesmerizing section of the Bay of Fundy coast, with swirling waters, fresh lobster and record-setting tides.
5 Acadian culture
Soak up one of Canada’s most resilient cultures – distinct French heritage, tasty cuisine, vibrant music and turbulent history – especially in New Brunswick.
6 Prince Edward Island National Park
Explore the extensive legacy of Anne of Green Gables before lounging on splendid beaches of pristine, red-hued sand.
7 Lobster suppers
It’s hard to resist the all-you-can-eat mussels, chowder and fresh lobster suppers served up in the Maritimes, but they’re particularly good on Prince Edward Island.