Cunard January 2024- May 2025 Brochure - Catalog - Page 80
Canada and New England,
The vast landscapes of Canada and New England
introduce vibrant cities where the legacies of man
and nature are yours to enjoy.
From the Empire State Building to Central Park, New York
is always a compelling port of call, the list of iconic sights
never failing to impress. Then there’s Boston, famed for its
links to the American Revolution, documented in the city’s
unmissable Freedom Trail.
Away from these iconic cities, you’ll discover New England’s
sublime sand beaches and characterful coastal towns.
Bar Harbor, gateway to Maine’s Acadia National Park, brings
the possibility of moose and bear sightings, while Rhode
Island unlocks gilded mansions and historic lighthouses.
In Canada, a woodland hike among Nova Scotia’s pine
trees offers a lovely way to spend an afternoon in Sydney,
while an ever-vibrant art scene is a highlight in Halifax.
Sept-Îles will astonish with its stunning scenery and rich
Innu culture, while Saguenay (one of the best places in the
world for whale-watching) reveals a majestic fjord
and picturesque villages.
Canada’s crowning glory, however, must be the beautiful
walled city of Québec. Brimming with French culture,
its magical old town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) is like
taking a step back in time. Selected Queen Mary 2 voyages
offer three days to explore here, the perfect length of time to
appreciate all that this historic gem has to offer.