CANADA & NEW ENGLAND
Natural scenic splendors with colorful local cultures and fascinating history makes the Eastern Seaboard of North America a destination with something for every traveler.
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Old Quebec, Dufferin Terrace and Place des Armes overlooking the St. Lawrence River are a UNESCO World Heritage site. The waterside Petit-Champlain quarter is the oldest section.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Montreal is the largest French-speaking city outside Paris. Its culture owes a lot to the Mother Tongue, but the city has a unique French-Canadian joie de vivre all its own.
Bar Harbor, Maine, US
In 1916, conservation-minded residents got together and purchased some 33,000 acres of Mt. Desert Island and donated it as Acadia National Park, New England’s only national park.
Boston, Massachusetts, US
Visitors can trace 200 years of American history by walking the "Freedom Trail," winding past colonial brick buildings, glazed high-rises, green parks and the Charles River.
Gaspe, Quebec, Canada
Explore the cliffs and capes of Forillon National Park, the village of Percé and its iconic offshore rock arch, or the huge colony of nesting gannets at Bonaventure Island.
Saint Lawrence River Cruising
Cruise between banks alive with colorful hardwood forests and punctuated by picturesque villages, appearing reminiscent of towns along the Seine or the Loire in France.