“FROM THE SEA, WEALTH.” The motto says a lot about Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, a Canadian province almost surrounded by the Atlantic. Though visitors and locals gravitate to the waterfront, a good introduction to the city is the hilltop Citadel, a 244-year-old fortress with a panoramic view of the city and its strategic harbor.
When American travelers make plans to visit Portugal, Lisbon is usually their first stop.
FEW CITIES MANIFEST the broad impact and influence of global cultures as does Toronto. Canada’s largest city claims 130 languages and dialects, with 50 percent of the city’s population born outside of Toronto. With that influx of diverse immigrant communities comes a delicious smattering of food, art and diverse culture you can’t help but explore.