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Discover quaint towns and seaside escapes during a relaxing and scenic cruise from Boston to Canada. Go on breathtaking hikes, learn all about the area’s revolutionary history, and savor fresh seafood and delicious French cuisine along the way. Admire the picturesque lighthouses and coastal views of Nova Scotia. Overnight in Quebec City and fall in love with its European architecture and cuisine. If you’re looking for a truly spectacular vacation, then set sail in autumn and enjoy the beauty of the fall foliage season, when the landscape explodes in striking warm hues.
Travel in luxury on the revolutionized Celebrity Summit, where every stateroom, suite, and venue has been transformed and refined. Unwind in luxurious accommodations, indulge in world-class cuisine designed by a Michelin-starred chef, and watch thrilling shows and entertainment on board. You’ve never done a cruise to Canada from Boston like this before.
Discover America’s fascinating past in Boston, a city where revolutionaries once fought for the country’s independence. Follow the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walk that takes you through all of Boston’s top landmarks including Bunker Hill and the Paul Revere house. Explore the charming neighborhood of Beacon Hill, which is full of boutique stores and award-winning restaurants. Or relax on the grassy lawns of Boston Common, the heart of the city and the oldest park in the country.
In the harbor cities of Nova Scotia, you’ll find historic lighthouses and vibrant nature. During your day in Halifax, explore the city’s many museums, or go on an excursion to Peggy’s Cove, a lovely fishing village with postcard-pretty views. In Sydney, take a scenic walk on the Cabot Trail, or visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, where you’ll learn everything there is to know about the famous inventor of the telephone.
Immerse yourself in the unique culture of Quebec City, a historic destination with a mix of French and Anglican influences. Stroll down the boardwalk and take in the lovely landscape of the St. Lawrence River. Admire the city’s gorgeous 17th- and 18th-century architecture in buildings like the historic Château Frontenac hotel and the Basilica of Saint-Anne-de-Beaupré. Plus, enjoy Quebecois staples like fresh croissants, poutine, and savory meat pies in romantic cafes and restaurants.
Stop in Charlottetown, a picturesque town on Prince Edward Island, where you’ll want to stop and take photographs at every turn. Marvel at the town’s signature red-and-white lighthouses. Enjoy seascapes and stunning vistas while hiking through Prince Edward Island National Park. Or head out to the countryside and witness the pastoral backdrop that served as the inspiration for Anne of Green Gables.