Canada - Nova Scotia (Chapter)
This is the Nova Scotia chapter from Lonely Planet’s Canada guidebook.
Nova Scotia is the real deal. Its wild and wonderfully varied landscape is home to a diverse population of resourceful, hospitable folk, who love to sing and dance but who’d happily break you at dodgeball in a second.
- drive Cape Breton Island’s breathtaking twists and turns on the Cabot Trail
- marvel at the province’s long colonial history at Louisbourg National Historic Site
- contemplate Canada’s multicultural roots in the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Halifax & Around, Dartmouth, Peggy’s Cove, South Shore, Chester, Mahone Bay, Lunenburg, Liverpool, Kejimkujik National Park, Shelburne, Acadian Shores, French Shore, Yarmouth, Annapolis Valley, Long Island, Brier Island, Digby, Bear River, Annapolis Royal, Wolfville & Grand Pré, Windsor, Central Nova Scotia, Shubenacadie, Maitland, Truro, Economy & Five Islands, Parrsboro, Advocate Harbour, Sunrise Trail, Tatamagouche, Pictou, New Glasgow, Antigonish, Cape Breton Island, Ceilidh Trail, Cabot Trail, The Far North, Baddeck, North Sydney, Sydney, Louisbourg, Eastern Shore, Guysborough, Canso and Tangier.
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