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“Fabulous park downtown. Walk along the waters edge, through trails, picnic areas. Pick raspberries and blackberries in Aug. Great for bikes, hikes, walking your dog.”
142lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“This is an interesting site with much history. A tour is worthwhile, but you may just enjoy walking around "Citadel Hill" for the views of the city and harbour. ”
127lokala rekommendationer
Farmers Market
“Nice views of the harbour. The Roll On Two Chimney Cakes on second floor and Crepe on first floor are delicious. If you want coffee then checkout Java Blend on second floor. ”
96lokala rekommendationer
New American-restaurang
“North end cool with downhome hospitality, EDNA is an upmarket but unpretentious bistro serving brunch, fresh seafood, wines and cocktails in a cozy atmosphere. Named one of Canada’s top new restos in 2014 by enRoute magazine.”
106lokala rekommendationer
“A city gem, stop and get ice cream or coffee at Uncommon Grounds in the centre of the gardens. ”
92lokala rekommendationer
Italiensk restaurang
“If you are looking for a great fine dining experience then try this place. The food is incredible and the location is perfect for a romantic walk on the iconic Halifax boardwalk.”
64lokala rekommendationer
“another interesting and quite different style of a coffee shop. Great croissants, and other baked goods.”
66lokala rekommendationer
“Lion is the booze bar, bright is the barista bar, and breakfast to late night it’s all a loft-like space where the hip and non-hip sip coffee, wine or craft beer, and devour everything from French toast to haddock tacos.”
70lokala rekommendationer
“Featured on the Food Network's "You Gotta Eat Here". Nestled in the district known as the Hydrostone, with a few little shops and other restaurants.”
61lokala rekommendationer
“Halifax is a maritime city, and The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is a must-see if you have ANY interest whatsoever in things nautical. Many come for the Titanic exhibit, but I like other areas of the museum, too. DON'T MISS visiting the HMCS Sackville outside--unless it is in the navy dockyard in the off season or away for restoration. ”
64lokala rekommendationer
“The Halifax Harbourfront Walk is worthwhile. Enter off Terminal Road (behind the huge Nova Scotia Power building) and follow it all the way to the Halifax Casino. ”
52lokala rekommendationer
“delicious! great atmosphere. rcr.ca/restaurant/agricola-street-brasserie more expensive”
53lokala rekommendationer
“Best brunch around - arrive early as restaurant is small and there is usually a line. (It is worth the wait though.*)”
47lokala rekommendationer
“This coffee shop gets voted Halifax's best coffee year after year and it's in walking distance (not far at all). Now I can't personally vouch for this place as I don't drink tea or coffee but some of my other guests have.”
54lokala rekommendationer
“Really the only shopping mall worth going to, it's recently renovated and pretty nice ”
41lokala rekommendationer
“Curated selection of temporary and permanent exhibits, including the entire house that Maud Lewis lived in and painted”
46lokala rekommendationer