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
New England and eastern Canada possess an unmistakable charm all their own, with their distinctive history and natural beauty, much like yourself we imagine – and 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 going on somewhere. Lobster bibs included. View Region MapFind cruises sailing to this destination
Known as "the Hub of Civilization" since its pre-Revolutionary days, Boston remains an exciting, picturesque and bustling metropolis. Home to some of the world's greatest universities and colleges, there is always something happening here. Did you notice, not once did we call it Beantown? Whoops!LEARN MORE
Cobblestone streets, a challenge in high heels, and quaint storefronts make Bar Harbor a delightful New England holiday destination. But it's what's just down the road that truly defines the area. Acadia National Park, a short drive from town, offers a spectacular display of untouched nature at its finest. Rocky cliffs and jagged coastline give way to beautiful ocean views and stony beaches – perfect for a mouth-watering Maine lobster bake.LEARN MORE
Portland is the largest city in Maine and considered the business, financial and retail capital of the state. You will find a mix of urban liveliness and historic architecture that blends sea and cityscapes seamlessly. And while you're there why not enjoy the waterfront views of Casco Bay or take in the charming ambience of the Old Port section of the city, with its restored buildings and cobblestone streets.LEARN MORE
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" resonate.