Halifax is known as the gateway to the Atlantic and is a delightful place to explore one of Nova Scotia’s major towns. Many trails can be found in and around Nova Scotia enabling walkers to admire the scenic landscape or explore further into the wilderness. Birdwatchers will find several places with an abundance of birds. With beaches and a beautiful coastline there are plenty of scenic walks for beachcombers. In winter try cross country skiing or skating.
Nova Scotia has a lively mix of restaurants, shops and nightlife to keep visitors entertained. Hotels can be reserved using EasyToBook.com, and there is a wide range of budget and discount hotels available. The town has a maritime museum where many relics from the Titanic can be seen as Halifax had a role in dealing with victims of this tragedy. The Nova Scotia Brewery offers tours and samples of the local brew, whilst the Halifax Citadel is one of Canada’s more prominent historical buildings, and the nearby Memory Lane Heritage Village has preserved Halifax life from the 1840’s. Halifax really is a holiday destination with activities to suit everyone.