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The Rhythm Of The Streets

Author : johnlium woods

The cities of Eastern Canada's Atlantic Provinces are perfect for sightseeing. Our streets are alive with walkers, diners and revelers enjoying the sights, aromas and tastes of our seaside communities. For friendly Atlantic Canadians, getting out and walking is considered the best way to stay in touch and to meet new people - like you - from all over the world who've come to experience life and sightsee in Atlantic Canada.


Enjoy the unique history and culture of our cities, towns and villages. A stone's throw from nature's untouched wonders, you'll find boutiques, artisans' studios, galleries, museums and nightlife. The riverfront capital city of Fredericton, a historic and dynamic cultural centre nestled on the picturesque St. John River, features over 20 attractions within four blocks, truly the finest in sightseeing! Kings Landing Historical Settlement, just outside of the city, is an award-winning historical village that captures the spirit of a young colony.


St. John's, one of North America's oldest cities, is cradled by hills sweeping down to the ocean. This capital city is famous for its Victorian mansions and Georgian architecture, as well as for its lively nightlife, cultural richness, fine dining and vibrant arts and music scene and its remarkable sightseeing. Hundreds of walking trails allow you to explore the city's charms, while along the dramatic coastline, thousands of humpback whales and millions of nesting seabirds thrive on the bounty of the sea.


Our capital, Halifax, is the only city in Canada where noon is announced by a cannon, heard throughout the thriving downtown from the city's hilltop fortress. Steeped in history, rich in culture and refreshingly cosmopolitan, Halifax carefully blends traditional charm and modern convenience. Pubs around the city feature Celtic music, blues, jazz and pop. You'll find museums, historical sites and five-star restaurants. A day's sightseeing will simply not do this city justice! Or in just 45 minutes, you can be moved by the unforgettable beauty of Peggy's Cove.


A sense of history will envelope you in our capital city of Charlottetown, the birthplace of Canada's confederation. Proud of its past, residents also take pride in their city's manicured lawns, well-kept flower beds, tree-lined streets and lovely historic homes. A walk along the waterfront will bring you to Peake's Wharf, a collection of merchants and attractions combining the best of Island entertainment, shopping, boat tours and dining - especially world-famous Malpeque oysters, baked or on the half-shell.

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