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If your trip to Halifax is all organized but your itinerary is looking a bit empty, we can give you a helping hand.
Think of Halifax and then say the first thing that pops into your brain. Bet you said "Halifax Citadel," right? Being such an important attraction, you just can't miss it. Toss your suitcases into the car and tick it off your bucket list.
If your friends and family ask why you're heading here, just show them some pictures of Public Gardens Park and Dalhousie University. These noteworthy attractions will ensure you have an unforgettable trip.
Plan a stop at Grand Parade. It's one attraction you'll usually find on most visitors' to-do lists. Province House and Art Gallery of Nova Scotia are also close by and worth a pit stop.
The beauty of having your own ride is that you can go anywhere, anytime. Make full use of your newfound freedom by experiencing all there is on offer in Peggy's Cove. It's just 19 miles away. Explore the area starting with DeGarthe Gallery, William E. deGarthe Memorial Monument and Peggy's Point Lighthouse. Situated 22 miles away, Queensland is another popular choice. If you drop by, don't miss Queensland Beach Provincial Park, Cleveland Beach Provincial Park and Hooked Rug Museum of North America.
No matter whether it's sunny or rainy, you'll be able to get a glimpse of some of the stunning beaches near Halifax from the comfort of your own rental car. As you drive along, keep your eyes open for seagulls circling over these dazzling stretches of coastline:
After a long day of chatting to like-minded individuals, it's always great to know you can put your feet up somewhere nearby. If you're visiting Halifax primarily for business, here are some of the top convention centers that are close to hotels, cafés and restaurants:
Here are our suggestions on how to hit the road with extra cash in your pocket:
Halifax is calling your name. This happening metropolis is jam-packed with awesome sights and experiences — Halifax Citadel, anyone? Of course, large cities often mean traffic woes, and scoring a park is no easy task. That's why a lot of visitors select a mini or an economy car. These little runabouts don't suit everyone though. If you have the kids in tow, you might prefer a ride with extra leg space, like an SUV or a standard car. These would also make it easy to take in the gorgeous tablelands the region is renowned for.
You'll be glad to hear that there's a huge variety of both economy and luxury rentals in Halifax. What you end up opting for depends on your budget and the activities you've got planned. Prestige vehicles offer the best in comfort and class. If you feel like splashing out, why not pick an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps a cushy medium-sized sedan? On the other hand, if you just need a set of wheels to get you around town as efficiently as possible, you're better off choosing an economy vehicle (or something else that won't burn a hole in your wallet).