According to topschoolsintheusa, New Brunswick is a province in eastern Canada with coastlines on Chaleur Bay, the Gulf of St Lawrence, the Northumberland Strait and the Bay of Fundy. A journey along these four coasts provides an interesting overview of the area. There are dramatic cliffs, such as at Hopewell Cape, and a sea dotted with islands that are home to unusual plants and animals, especially birds, and a carpet of colorful flowering wild plants stretching as far as the eye can see. Of all Canadian provinces, New Brunswick has the largest proportion of forest, approximately 80%. It is possibly the most forested area in all of North America. Since there are a large number of lakes, rivers and streams here, sports such as canoeing, fishing and swimming are particularly suitable for an active holiday. Freshly caught seafood such as lobster, salmon, scallops and mussels are the main culinary delights.
Arriving by plane
Air Canada (AC) operates daily flights from Fredericton, St. John and Moncton to Montreal, Halifax and Toronto. International flight connections often go via Halifax (Nova Scotia). Delta (DL) also flies to the province of New Brunswick.
Frankfurt/M. – Moncton: 9 hrs 45 mins; Zurich – Moncton: 10 hrs 15 mins; Vienna – Moncton: 11 hrs 15 mins; (each pure flight time).
Arrival by car
The Trans-Canada Highway runs through the St. John River valley from Edmundston in the north to St. John in the south. Most other roads branch off this highway. Speed limits: Within built-up areas: 50 km/h; on motorways: 100 km/h. Tolls: There are no toll roads in New Brunswick; however, the Confederation Bridge, which connects New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island, requires a fee. Documents: The German national driving license is valid for 6 months in Canada. However, it is recommended that you carry your international driver’s license with you. All other nationalities require the International Driving Permit.
Arrival by train
VIA Rail trains run several times a week from Montréal to Halifax/Nova Scotia via Campbellton, Bathurst, Miramichi and Moncton (journey time: approx. 22 hours).
The Canrailpass and Canrailpass – Corridor are also valid in New Brunswick. For more information on Rail Passes, contact Via Rail Canada or CRD, or see Canada – Local Mobility.
Arrival by ship
There are ferry services from Nova Scotia to St. John and from Maine to Fundy Island, among others. Coastal ferries operate between all port cities in the province. Timetables are available from the regional tourist office.
Coastal Transport Ltd. connects Blacks Harbor to the island of Grand Manan. East Coast Ferries Ltd. operate the Deer Island – Eastport, Maine and Deer Island – Campobello routes from June through September. Bay Ferries commute between Saint John and Digby.
Passport and visa regulations
Entry with children
Since June 27, 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (also within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.
New Brunswick is officially bilingual; about 35% of the inhabitants speak French, otherwise English.
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Tourism New Brunswick
c/o Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture
PO Box 6000, Marysville Place, Floor: 4
+1 (800) 561 01 23 (toll free in Canada/USA), +1 (506) 453-3115.
Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce Suite 21, 236 St George Street, Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1W1 Tel: (506) 857 39 80. Fax: (506) 859 61 31. Email: [email protected] Web: www.apcc.caGreater Moncton Chamber of Commerce Suite 100, 910 Main Street, Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1G6 Tel: (506) 857 28 83. Fax: (506) 857 92 09. Email: [email protected] nb.ca Web: www.gmcc.nb.ca
Fredericton is the capital and academic center of New Brunswick. The city features some neoclassical and Victorian buildings such as Parliament House, Christchurch (Christ Church) and Government House. The Beaverbrook Art Gallery houses a large collection of Canadian, British and Renaissance paintings, as well as some works by the Spanish surrealist Dali. Paddle steamers offer entertainment and cruises on the St. John River. The Saturday Farmers’ Market is the focal point for Fredericton residents and visitors alike.
North of town is the well-developed Mactaquac Park resort, which offers numerous outdoor activities. Kings Landing, a replica Loyalist village nearby, is worth a visit.
Local handicrafts are particularly nice souvenirs. The best market is in Old St. John. It takes place throughout the week. There are three major shopping areas in Moncton: Champlain Place, Moncton Mall and Highfield Square. Shop opening hours: Mon-Sat 09.00-17.30, 10.00-22.00 in shopping centres.
Many bars and clubs, particularly in Fredericton, St John and Moncton, offer live music, often with French, Scottish and Irish influences.
The province of New Brunswick is known for excellent seafood. Atlantic salmon is particularly tasty and is prepared with butter, potatoes and fiddleheads (young fern leaves with butter and spices, or eaten cold in a salad). For dessert there are apples, blueberries and cranberries. Traditional Saturday dinners include baked beans, refried beans, and steamed hash bread. Rapée Pie, a chicken pie, is an Acadian specialty served on Sundays and public holidays. The town of Shediac is well known for excellent lobster. In Fredericton, St. John and Moncton you will find international dishes as well as local specialities, e.g. B. the sea vegetable dulse. Beverages:
There are around 200 hotels/motels and around 250 guesthouses. The densely populated coastal area has the best selection of hotels and motels, and there are also numerous guest houses, B&Bs and youth hostels.
New Brunswick has 11 major parks with campgrounds and hostels, as well as over 100 private campgrounds throughout the province. Campmobiles can be rented from several companies. Further details from the regional tourist office (see addresses).
Best travel time
Warm summer months (June to August) with cool evenings. Autumn is relatively mild. Cold winters with lots of snow.
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