The sites and cities of New England show the colonial heritage of the region combined with stunning sites of natural beauty.
Boston was the first great city of the United States and the birthplace of the independence. Many of the city’s revolutionary sites can be seen with a tour along the Freedom Trail from Boston Common to the USS Constitution. Boston features beautiful 19th century architecture and much of this can be seen on Newbury Street accompanied by an upscale shopping experience.
Acadia National Park in Maine is the perfect destination for those who love adventure offering hikes, rock climbing and camping within its 47,000 acres. The park includes diverse landscapes including shores, mountains, forests and lakes. To get back to civilisation, visit the charming town of Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island, once the summer residence of many of America’s elite.
Quebec City features the ambience and language of France from yesteryear. This walled city features many fascinating buildings including Notre Dame des Victoires, the oldest stone church in North America and La Citadelle, a star shaped fortress and residence of the Governor General.
Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia and features a picturesque waterfront and many landmarks recalling the city’s great maritime traditions. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic chronicles the ocean faring history of the region and visitors can step on board the 100 year old steamship, the CSS Acadia. Halifax is also within close reach of the stunning Nova Scotia scenery.
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