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All roads point to adventure! Whether you pack up your car for a road trip, sail into scenic shores by ferry or arrive in style via luxury cruise, it doesn't really matter how you arrive – just as long as you do.
Directions to New Brunswick, Canada
Four regional airports (in Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John and Bathurst) make it convenient for you to arrive in the jet-setting style to which you’re accustomed. For International Flights - just a 5 ½ hour direct flight to Halifax, Nova Scotia from London with commuter flights to New Brunswick in 30 minutes or a short 3 hour drive. Also, direct flights to Montreal with connector flights and train options to New Brunswick.
Flying to Canada? Entry rules are changing. Canada has introduced a new entry requirement, known as an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA), for visa-exempt foreign nationals travelling to or transiting through Canada by air. Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid visa. Starting March 15, 2016, travellers will need an eTA before they can board their flight to Canada. Eligible travellers can now apply online for an eTA. To find out more, visit Canada.ca/eTA.
Travel by coach and relax in a comfortable, air-conditioned bus while a professional takes care of the driving. Check out Maritime Bus for more information.
There’s nothing quite like the sound of a train whistle. Board the VIA Rail in Montreal in the evening, and be in Campbellton, Bathurst, Miramichi or Moncton before noon the next day.
Drop Anchor in the Bay of Fundy – When you arrive in the cruise port of Saint John your true Maritime experience begins. Cruise Saint John is welcoming guests every day and they love it! Shore excursions can either be arranged through your cruise line or when you arrive. The tour guides at Aquila Tours and Ambassatours are standing by with a warm greeting and shore excursions-made-simple for you.
New Year's Day - January 1
Good Friday - First Friday after the full moon on or after March 21
Easter Monday - First Monday after Good Friday
Victoria Day - Third Monday in May
Canada Day - July 1
New Brunswick Day - First Monday in August
Labour Day - First Monday in September
Thanksgiving Day - Second Monday in October
Remembrance Day - November 11
Christmas Day - December 25
Boxing Day - December 26
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