This nautical province of Nova Scotia is known for its rocky coastlines and quaint lighthouses, but what should you do when visiting this maritime marvel? We’ve got lots of ideas for any budding sailor
At Fairview Cemetery 121 victims of the Titanic disaster are resting. The other 29 victims buried in Halifax can be located at Mount Olivet Cemetery and Baron de Hirsch Cemetery. All in all, 150 victims were put to rest here in what is known as the "City of Sorrow".
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site (Fort George) - This star-shaped, British fortress was built between 1828 and 1856 and is the fourth version of a major fortification with it's strategic view of the harbour. Visitors to the fortress are treated to the 78th Highland Regiment, the Royal Artillery, and people representing soldiers' wives and tradespeople in Mid-Victorian dress.
The Cabot Trail- Nova Scotia, Canada This is most beautiful highways of Canada, which is passed through the Cape Breton highlands national park and also rugged coastline that makes your journey more interesting and unforgettable. Canada is the also popular for honeymoon destinations in the World because it has many scenic beaches which attract worldwide tourists.