Old-world architecture, dramatic coastal vistas and pastoral charm captivate visitors of Canada and New England.
Predominantly influenced by the French, Canada is a vibrant kaleidoscope of culture that plays host to both cosmopolitan cities bursting with glass-panned skyscrapers and zealous hockey fans, and rugged seaside villages dominated by stunning lighthouses and expert fishermen.
New England’s historic prominence goes without saying. Legends of the storied birth of the American Revolution are retold throughout this region’s museums and brewpubs, and Paul Revere, John Hancock and other revolutionary figures are still local celebrities. New England’s extraordinary history is equaled only by its landscape, which gives way to sprawling vineyards, forested hills, beautiful craggy beaches and coastal mountains.