Eastern Canada

Is the geographic concept of Canada, often referred to asEastern provincesOr straightKadong. It includes Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador. The population far exceeds the western part of Canada.

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● Toronto

Located on the northwest coast of Lake Ontario, Canada is a very large city in Canada, the capital of Ontario, and the political, economic, cultural and transportation hub of Canada, a world-renowned international metropolis. On the other side of Toronto, the state of New York, the world-famous Niagara Falls, is only 100 kilometers from Toronto. Toronto & #8221; Toronto & #8221; is the Indian Huron language, meaning "meeting place."
★ Toronto City Sightseeing Spots:Ontario Parliament Building, Chinatown, Casa Roman Castle & #8230; etc.
Toronto - Official Tourism Office

● Quebec City

Quebec City is the capital of Quebec, an important city and port in eastern Canada, at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and the St. Charles River. The whole city is divided into two parts of the old district of the new district. The new urban areas are high-rise buildings, commercial prosperity, and a modern urban style. The old city still retains the style of the French city in the 18th century. Shops with 18th-century plaques are everywhere, and the clerk is dressed in costumes and combs old hairstyles.
Quebec is a very old city in North America. It is a famous historical and cultural city in North America. It has many historical sites and is the only North American city with ancient walls in northern Mexico. The historic city of Quebec is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site (1985). .
The place is not only French, but also its daily life, cobblestone streets, French architecture, stone churches, etc., all showing medieval European style.
★ Quebec City Sightseeing Spots:Old Québec City, Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac and Terrasse Dufferin, Place Royale, Petit-Champlain, St. Anne Canyon Sainte-Anne, Montmonency Fall
Quebec - Official Tourism Office

● Ottawa

Ottawa is the capital of Canada. It is the fourth largest city in the country. It has a multiculturalism of English and French culture. Every year, about 2 million tourists come here for sightseeing. Nowadays, it has become a famous tourist city.
★ Ottawa Sightseeing Spots: Lido Canal, Capitol Building, Governor's Office of Canada & #8230; etc.
Ottawa - Official Tourism Office

● Montreal or Montreal

Located in the southernmost tip of Quebec, the French-speaking part of Canada, about 40 kilometers from the US-Canada border, it is the largest city in Quebec and the second largest city in Canada. French is the official language of Montréal. Montréal was once the capital of Canada. It is considered to be the most suitable city to live in and the city of design.
★Monteroke Sightseeing Spots:Place d’ Armes, Mount Royal Park and St. Joseph's Church & #8230; etc.
Montreal - Official Tourism Office

● Kingston (Kingston)

Kingston is a small city in Ontario, Canada, on the north shore of Lake Ontario, near the mouth of the St. Lawrence River. Kingston Township is located between Toronto and Ottawa. Kingston was once the capital of Canada. It has always been a “place of battle for military strategists”. The most famous tourist spot is Fort Henry or Fort Henry National Historic Site. ), holding the St. Lawrence River into the throat of the Great Lakes, was useful in the Anglo-American War more than a hundred years ago. It takes about 2 hours to drive from Toronto to Kingston Town.
★Kingston Sightseeing Spots:Thousand Islands, Kingston City Hall, Henry Fort & #8230; etc.
Kingston - Official Tourism Office

Maple Road

From Niagara Falls along the St. Lawrence River to Quebec, the 800-kilometer-long "Maple Leaf Avenue" passes through countless hills, lakes, and historic landmarks. During the period from the middle of September to mid-October, the entire area has been dyed into a beautiful red series by maple leaves and color-changing leaves. It is the most beautiful and most popular maple photography route in Canada!

Thousand Islands

Also known as Thousand Island Lake, located at the intersection of the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario in North America, it is a world-famous tourist attraction and one of Canada's three natural wonders. Thousand Islands are more than a thousand islands of varying sizes scattered along the St. Lawrence River between Gananoque and Kingston in Ontario. These islands are scattered like stars on the St. Lawrence River. They are like fairy tales. These islands belong to Canada and the United States. The Thousand Islands are also one of the maple leaves. The autumn maple is red and beautiful.

Niagara Falls

Located in the Great Lakes region of North America, across the border between the United States and Canada, it is the hottest tourist area in the United States and Canada, and the Iguazu Falls and Victoria Falls are called the world's three largest transnational waterfalls. The Niagara River connects Lake Erie and Lake Ontario and separates New York State from Canada and Ontario, Canada. It falls into a cliff and flows into a cliff when it flows through the 350-meter-high Goat Island. Horseshoe Falls and two waterfalls in the American Falls. The Bridwell Falls and other waterfalls are separated by Luna Island.For more information, see Wikipedia.
● Horseshoe Falls, also known as Canadian Falls:
For the Great Falls, the waterfall spans the United States and Canada, accounting for about 901 TP1 of the Niagara River. The river is blue. The waterfall is a semi-ring type with a width of 670 meters and a drop of 57 meters.
● American Falls:
For the Zhong Waterfall, in the east of the United States, the water of the Niagara River is about 10%, and the river is blue. The waterfall is 260 meters wide and has a drop of 21-34 meters.
● Bridal Veil Falls is also known as the Bridal Veil Falls:
For the small waterfall, in the United States. The waterfall is 15 meters wide and has a drop of 24-31 meters.

Get close to Niagara Falls~

● Niagara Falls cruise experience(Hornblower Niagara Cruises) official website link
● Other ways to visit Niagara Falls: Niagara Falls helicopter(Niagara Helicopters Limited)
Whirlpool(Whirlpool Aero Car)Aerial zip line(WildPlay Niagara Falls MistRider Zipline)Experience the Caves of the Winds~ See the waterfalls at close range.

Cape Breton Island

It is an island in the eastern Atlantic Ocean of Canada, with an area of 10,311 square kilometers, located at the northern end of the Nova Scotia Peninsula. It was named the first island in North America by Travel and Leisure magazine, and the island's famous Cabot Trail was built around the island and was named one of the 10 best cycling routes by today's American magazine. Along the way through the dense forest, flying with the long coastline, the scenery is beautiful. The unique location and nature of Cape Breton Island (Buda Island) make it a paradise for outdoor activities.

● Cape Breton Highlands National Park

The Cape Breton Highlands National Park, once ranked by National Geographic magazine as one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world, is located at the northern end of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Founded in 1936, the National Park is Canada's first national park on the Atlantic coast. Cape Breton Highlands National Park is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and St. Lawrence Bay to the west, with a total area of 949 square kilometers, known for its spectacular ocean views from a highland perspective. The national park is open from May to October. There are two tourist centers in the park, one is the east entrance of the national park in Ingonish and the other is the west of the national park in Chéticamp. Entrance.Cape Breton Highlands National ParkYesMaple,campingGood place to go.Official website introduction

● The Cabot Trail or the Cabot Trail or Capote Avenue

Named one of the most beautiful roads in the world by Lonely Planet magazine, the Capote Trail is a ring road, 185 miles (297 kilometers) long, which surrounds most of Cape Breton Island and crosses the top of the island (north). Cape Heights National Park. About one-third (106 km) of the roads are located in park parks. On this road, the collision of the Atlantic Ocean with the cliffs will cover your eyes.Official website introduction

● Skyline trail

Located in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia, Canada, it is 7 kilometers long. It is located on the west side of the Cabot Trail, near the top of French Mountain. This trail is known for its beautiful scenery. On the way, you will be a strong and healthy wild moose (Moose), which is said to be the most prone to encounter moose in the world. As the largest wildlife sanctuary in Nova Scotia, there are many rare animals and plants in Cape Breton Highland Park, and even the Arctic alpine plants of the Ice Age can be traced here.

● Baddeck Town

The town of Baddeck is located at the end of the Cabot Trail and is considered one of the most liveable towns in North America. The famous inventor-phone inventor Alexander Graham Bell once lived here. The name of Bell Canada, one of Canada's three largest mobile communications providers, came to commemorate the great phone inventor. Then there is the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site.

● Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site

Full name is Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, located in Baddeck, overlooking Lake Brad (Bras d’ Or Lake). It contains the inventor, Bell's largest collection of artifacts and literature in the experimental work of Baddeck for many years. The site was designated as a National Historic Site in 1952. Here you can also enjoy the gorgeous Cape Breton Island and the coastal scenery along the way, as well as hiking, kayaking, golf and whale watching.For more information, please see Wikipedia.

● Lake Brad (Bras d’ Or Lake)

It is a tidal lake called the inner sea. Because there is an opening in the northeast that is connected to the Atlantic Ocean, the water is as salty as the sea, and it is affected by the tide like the ocean. It is said that it was because the French people who settled from Europe first came to see the sun shining like gold in the lake, so the lake was named Golden Bay Lake.

● Highland Village Museum in Nova Scotia

It is the only Gaelic and Cultural Life History Museum in North America. Open from June to mid-October, it covers 43 acres and has 11 historic buildings with views of Lake Brad (Bras d’ Or Lake) Great view.Museum official website
Introduction of the Nova Scotia Tourism Board

● Louisbourg

The full name is the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historical Site, located on the rocky coastline of Cape Breton in the east of Sydney. Through Louisbourg you can see the most prosperous harbour in North America in the 18th century. It was created by the French in 1713 and was captured twice by the British before it was demolished in the 1860s. In the 1970s, reconstruction began, rebuilding some of Fort Louis, excavating the surrounding forts, shipwrecks, lighthouses, battlefields and siege camps. Everything in it now – from soldier exercises to music and dance, children’s games, etc., is a reappearance of 300 years ago. Interacting with the locals is like moving back to the past, vividly and interestingly experiencing the life of an important trade and military fortress in France at the time.Official website introduction

● Sydney Waterfront Old Town (Sydney)

Or translated as Sydney, the second largest city in Nova Scotia, founded in 1785. Its historic seaside town has a long history, with the exception of Sydney's Sydney Marine Terminal, which stands as Canada's largest violin, as well as many ancient buildings and Wentworth Park. In Sydney Harbour, both the day and night, the boardwalk and park are great places to stroll.Official website introduction

▌Halifax

Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, the largest deep-water natural port in the north, is Canada's second warmest city.Nova Scotia Tourism and Tourism Bureau

● Halifax Citadel:

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site -Official introduction. is calledFortressorCitadel HillIt has an octagonal shape and can be found at a height of eight corners. It is arguably the most famous attraction of Halifax and a very important fortress in North America. It has great military significance during the war. Since the castle was built in 1749 and throughout the 19th century, Halifax has been one of the four most important overseas naval bases of the British Empire. The current castle, built in 1856, was the fourth reconstruction on the site since 1749. Its design of perfect defensive trenches, barriers, rifle shooting corridors, gunpowders and signalling masts is enough to make it a perfect example of 19th-century military fortifications.

● Peggy's Bay (Peggy & #8217; s Cove):

Located in the Atlantic Ocean at St. Margarets Bay, it is a famous tourist destination in Nova Scotia. 4 million years ago to 20,000 years ago, due to the earth plate and geological glaciers, the coast of the Peggy Bay area of about 8 square kilometers of swamps, ponds and huge rocks was formed. Canada's famous landmark, Peggy's Lighthouse (Peggy & #8217; s Point Lighthouse), was built in 1868. This lighthouse is the signature of Peggy's Bay and attracts millions of visitors every year.

Lunenburg Old Town (Lunenburg)

The old town of Lunenburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a port town in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the southern coast of Nova Scotia, west of Mahone Bay. On the peninsula, about 97 km from the provincial capital Halifax.Nova Scotia website introduction

Pri Prince Edward Island

It is the smallest province in Canada with a total area of 5,657 square kilometers and a population of about 140,000. It covers the islands of the same name and the surrounding islands. The island of Prince Edward Island ranks first in Canada according to the population density per kilometer.
The name of the island is taken from the son of King George III of England, and the capital is located in Charlottetown, in the middle of the island. The most widely known place here is the origin of the story of "Beauty and Beauty" Anne of Green Gables, and the home of the author "Montgomery" Lucy Maud Montgomery.
This story novel was first published in 1908, and later published related sequel novels, and also moved to the big screen several times, making "Annie" a household name girl, and has made Prince Edward Island a famous tourist destination.
Prince Edward Island - Official Tourism Authority

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