I loved all the lighthouses [in Halifax], Peggy's Cove and the old fishing villages. It takes you back to years past.
- Helen, Corsicana, Texas
With [Portland's] cobblestone streets, quaint shops, restaurants and brewpubs, I thought we were in Old England.
- K.S., Southington, Connecticut
Experience the magic of Montmorency Falls [in Quebec]. The bridge above the falls has an awe-inspiring view.
- Sandra, Watauga, Texas
With Royal Caribbean International®, you'll discover the unmistakable charm of New England and eastern Canada. A distinctive history and natural beauty (much like yourself we imagine) gives the region an alluring appeal. There's no better time to visit than in the autumn. The foliage is brilliant in every imaginable colour, lighthouses dot the coastline, and there's always an authentic lobster bake to be savoured! Lobster bibs included.
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As summer winds down, the seasonal shift to autumn heralds a splendid array of fiery colours that only splash themselves amongst the leaves of oaks, maples, birches and dogwoods once a year. This September and October, partake in the whimsical and relaxing experience of an autumn foliage cruise. Book an autumn voyage showcasing the best of autumn's delightful palette.See Cruises
New England boasts some of the most exquisite colours in autumn. But it's also home to the 'Cradle of Liberty' we know and love as Boston, not to mention the best lobster this side of the Atlantic in Maine. Journey to the oldest cities on the Atlantic Coast with a New England cruise.See Cruises
From the bustling excitement of Halifax to the quaint, quiet pace of Saint John's, North America's oldest city, eastern Canada is a large and varied region. Echoes of Europe are visible in its charming streets and architecture. Nature is also an essential part of everyday life, with hiking and kayaking among the favourite ways to explore. The words “something for everyone” come to mind here.See Cruises
Let the romantic scenery of Canada's islands whisk you away to a world where serenity rules. Roam in Prince Edward Island, a pastoral slice of heaven with miles of lush landscapes. And discover Newfoundland where Viking Leif Eriksson first set foot in the 11th century.See Cruises