Local Traveler Guide To Halifax
By Gillian Wesley & Jim Cyr
Category: Travel/ Canada/ Atlantic Provinces (NB, NF, NS, PE), Family, Hotels, Inns & Hostels, Museums, Tours, Points of Interest, Reference, Restaurants, Shopping, Resorts & Spas, Hikes & Walks, Hiking
The town of Halifax was founded in 1749, was incorporated as a city in 1842 and later became the Halifax Regional Municipality in 1996. We are known to the world as the hometown of Alexander Keith’s beer, a resting place for victims of the Titanic, and the site of the tragic Halifax Explosion. But modern day Halifax is an entrepreneurial, culinary and musical hot spot. We are also a must visit destination for adventure travellers and beer tourists! In this book, you’ll find two locals tips for dining, hiking, shopping and sleeping in Halifax. We’ll take you to some of our favourite hidden gems and historic sites, and even show you how to get to the beach by bus! This is an interactive and continuously changing resource. Things here change in a ‘Halifax Minute’ so make sure you update often!
What’s In the eBook
You will find a number of business listing within several categories that allows you to enjoy Halifax like the locals do. We’ve added hyperlinks, business hours and social media links to each listing so that you get the latest information at your finger tips.
Chapters of the book include:
- Restaurant and Local Food Guide
- Craft Beer Guide
- Adventure and Outdoors
- Exercise and Spa
- Culture and History
- Leisure and Shopping
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