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Canada: Highlights of Quebec & Halifax

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Canada: Highlights of Quebec & Halifax

story by: Inspire Canada & Alaska

If you’re a first-time visitor to Québec, it may be worth writing on your hand: “I am in Canada”. The cobbled streets, 17th century houses; the walled clifftop location above the St Lawrence River and conversations taking place in French all around you: you may start to wonder which continent you’re on. With typically Gallic flair, the predominantly Francophone locals have created a year-round carnival atmosphere, with street performers, festivals and exhibitions.

Nova Scotia’s seaside capital, Halifax has the youthful vibe of a university town and the culture and heritage of a 250 year old community, rich with museums and galleries and hundreds of excellent places to dine.
  • A RENDEZVOUS WITH HISTORY - QUEBEC CITY
    Discover in comfort the renowned sites and heritage of the city. Experience the European charm of the first French settlement in North America. The historical, cultural and sacred monuments bear witness to four centuries of life.
    DEPARTS: Daily
    DURATION: 2 hours
  • FOOD WALKING TOUR OF QUEBEC CITY
    Taste the typical and local specialities from a variety of shops where you will discover the influence of Amerindian, British and French cuisines on the food of Québec. What’s on the menu? Local wine, chocolate, cheeses, pastries, crepes and savoury tidbits.
    DEPARTS: Tue-Sat (May-Oct)
    DURATION: 2.5 hours
  • HALIFAX & PEGGY'S COVE TOUR
    The most photographed lighthouse in the world stands before you at Peggy’s Cove, on the rugged Atlantic shoreline. Enjoy free time to explore the rocks, trails and quaint village that has been an artists’ paradise for well over 150 years.
    DEPARTS: Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat (Jun-Oct) from Halifax
    DURATION: 3.5 hours

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