Canada’s Atlantic coastline is an area of incredible natural beauty, and its cities are equally charming. From the French ambience of Québec, to Halifax on the Nova Scotia peninsula, each of Canada’s coastal cities has something unique and special to offer its visitors. The city of Québec is absolutely unique—it has all the appearance and atmosphere of a French city. Experience the unique character of its upper and lower town districts, and the historic area of Old Québec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The bay in which Halifax, Nova Scotia, is situated is the second-largest natural harbour in the world. One of the most interesting places to visit is Lunenburg, an 18th century British Colonial settlement. More deals here.