Best New England and Canada Cruises for Fall 2019
New England and Canada cruises during the fall provide some of the best times to explore the areas.
There is so much to see and enjoy when you choose the best New England and Canada cruises any time of the year, but fall is especially beautiful when the foliage changes. New England cruises are ablaze with fall colors lighting up the shoreline trees with gold, crimson, and bright orange foliage. Cruises to Canada include the same vibrant colors and charming fishing villages found in New England and that make fall sailing a “bucket list” must do.
New England and Canada Cruise Ports
Many of the cruise ports you’ll visit include cities steeped in colonial history and have fascinating buildings to visit, and others are so beautiful they will take your breath away. We listed some of the ports you may be visiting on your cruise.
Full of early American history, Boston is home to Paul Revere’s home, the Old North Church, the Freedom Trail History Walk, and the beautiful 50-acre Boston Common.
Portland is a vibrant small city with an exciting Old Port district filled with quaint and eclectic shops and restaurants. You can also visit the home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Bar Harbor ME
Beautiful Bar Harbor is a gateway to Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain. The views are breathtaking and overlook Frenchman Bay, Bar Harbor, Cranberry Islands, and Porcupine Islands. Enjoy the hiking trials on Cadillac Mountain and the Shore Path in town.
Newport is home to Gilded Age mansions, a yacht-filled harbor, and an amazing cliff walk with panoramic views of the ocean and crashing waves on one side and stunning hundred-year-old mansions on the other.
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
A lot of history took place in Charlottetown, and it was nicknamed the “Birthplace of Confederation.” Anne of Green Gable fans will love seeing the beauty of Anne’s world as they visit Green Gables in Prince Edward Island National Park.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax is one of the prettiest cities on the coast and has a rich history as a trading hub for pirates during the war of 1812. Three blocks of historic Victorian-era buildings have been restored and are now home to some fantastic restaurants. For some great fun, take a tour of the Alexander Keith Brewery.
Take a walking tour through beautiful Old Montreal and see the Notre-Dame Basilica, Champs de Mars, Place Jacques-Cartier, Place d’Armes, the Royal Bank, Bonsecours Market and City Hall.
The historic city of Quebec dates to 1680 and the Ramparts of Quebec are the last walled city fortifications in North America. Visit the Petit Champlain district to walk on cobbled streets, and enjoy the many bistros and boutiques for shopping.
St. John, New Brunswick
St. John is a beautiful coastal city located on the Bay of Fundy. The St. John City Market is centered in a restored 1876 building and is home to dozens of food and craft stalls.
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