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Get ready to start packing your bags for your next trip to the city. These gorgeous historic accommodations are going to make you want to come for the interiors alone!
Halifax has no shortage of historic buildings, and you don’t even have to leave your hotel room to experience the city’s rich history! We’ve listed some of our favourite historic hotels from around the city, but remember that there are so many more to choose from, each with its own story.
The largest IKEA store in North America is now open in Dartmouth Crossing, and at 330,000 square feet, there is a lot to take in!
Fortunately, making a visit doesn’t have to be akin to mounting a Swedish invasion; it can be a positive and PRODUCTIVE experience if you plan it right.
Here are some tips for planning your shopping trip: Continue reading
A great vacation just isn’t complete without great accommodations. Ideally those accommodations are affordable, charming, and convenient, and Bed & Breakfasts provide all of that and more. Continue reading
One of the best things about the Halifax region is the many distinct communities within an easy drive of downtown. The Halifax Regional Municipality is actually made up of over 200 unique communities, each with their own unique character and charm.
From Hubbards to Ecum Secum, exploring beyond Halifax’s downtown core provides visitors with a taste of the true East Coast. Take a leisurely drive to five off-the-beaten-path locations for an authentic Nova Scotian experience.
1 – Eastern Passage
Just across the harbour from the Halifax waterfront, Eastern Passage feels a world away. Continue reading