From the incredible Rock Church to the blindingly-white, towering Helsinki Cathedral and a sea fortress, here are the top sights in Helsinki, Finland.
The fairytale city of Tallinn, Estonia boasts winding cobblestone streets, a skyline dotted with turrets, and old stone walls dating back centuries.
Wolfville is a charming town in the heart of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, which is known for its beautiful main street, quaint B&Bs and wineries.
The story of spunky, red-headed Anne of Green Gables has been a treasured tale for generations, and fans can see where it all began in Prince Edward Island.
The Flåmsbana Railway between Flåm and Myrdal is considered one of the world’s best train rides—and cycling back down is a pretty spectacular journey too!
The iconic lighthouse in Peggy’s Cove is one of the most photographed spots in Canada, but it turns out there’s much more to the village than its historic beacon.
With untouched beaches, championship golf courses, fresh seafood and heaps of history, visitors will never run out of things to do in PEI, Canada.
A boat ride from Stavanger, Norway through the gorgeous Lysefjord is a fantastic way to explore the dramatic scenery, including Vagabond’s Cave and famous Pulpit Rock.
Climbing Tallinn’s old town walls, exploring tunnels and cycling to the iconic TV Tower are just some of the fun activities to try with your Tallinn Card.
Tidal bore rafting in Nova Scotia is like being caught in a blender full of chocolate milk. Salty chocolate milk.