Atlantic Canada Tourism & Visitor Guide

• A Travel Guide for Atlantic Canada, Canada.
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Welcome to Atlantic Canada!

History comes alive in Atlantic Canada, an enchanting cluster of provinces that are known for their rugged coastline and distinct maritime culture. Located on the far eastern shore of Canada, Atlantic Canada offers four distinct tourist destinations. New Brunswick is a land of small, friendly communities, and offers visitors many diverse cultural activities, including festivals, museums and galleries. Across the Bay of Fundy is Nova Scotia, a province filled with idyllic fishing villages, as well as Atlantic Canada's largest metropolitan area, Halifax. Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island in particular is known for its amazing natural beauty and captivating historical and cultural roots. Visitors can venture to Prince Edward Island via the Confederation Bridge and tour the many attractions and festivals that pay homage to the much-beloved Anne of Green Gables novels. While in Newfoundland and Labrador, take a whale-watching expedition, visit extraordinary bays or get to know the friendly locals in one of the many small villages.

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Signal Hill National Historic Site
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