FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
Metro Moncton—the second largest city in Atlantic Canada (after Halifax, Nova Scotia)—is an attractive, welcoming city, with several family-friendly attractions. There is an ongoing calendar of festivals throughout the year. The World Wine and Food Expo and the annual Santa Claus Parade of Lights draw more than 100,000 people in November, as do the HubCap Comedy Festival in February
and the Northrop Frye Festival, the largest bilingual literary festival in Canada, in April. The annual outdoor summer concert at Magnetic Hill, by the likes of U2, the Rolling Stones, and the Eagles, is especially popular, while year-round entertainment is provided at the historic Capitol Theatre, the new casino’s concert hall, and smaller venues.
An agreeable, lively place, and home to two universities, Moncton is often called the Gateway to Acadia because of its equal mix of English and French and its proximity to the Acadian shore, though it also has a large Irish population and a growing Korean community. Moncton has a renovated downtown with unique shops and restaurants and such beautiful flowers that it has won national "Communities in Bloom" awards. It is also beginning to make the most of its downtown riverside, with a park and boardwalk.
Neatly manicured, preening itself in the bay, Campobello Island has always had a special appeal for the wealthy and the famous. ...
One of the pleasures of Deer Island is walking around the fishing wharves like those at Chocolate Cove. Exploring the island takes only a few...