Pictou is a town in Nova Scotia, Canada, famous for being the first landing place of the Scottish settlers. Enjoy the Pictou Harbor, the town's pride, recently renovated, with the tall ship Hector replica. Visit a museum inside the former train station and the caribou Lighthouse. The waterfront boardwalk connects to the Trans-Canada Trail, the world's longest network of recreational trails which connects the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of Canada. Don't miss out on taking a walk there!
Quebec is the oldest port in Canada with the Old Quebec district declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you're a nature lover, you cannot miss the Montmorency Falls, and if you prefer art, the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec is the place to go. Visit the aquarium for the unique exprience of witnessing polar bears from underwater and take a stroll through the Old Quebec, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.