Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax is the largest city and capital of the province of Nova Scotia
Where You're Docked
Cruise ships dock at Pier 22 or 20 close to the downtown area. The Pavillion 21 cruise terminal has a large indoor market and is beside the Pier 21 Immigration Museum. Hop on and hop off buses wait outside or you can take a pleasant 600m walk along the Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk to downtown. http://www.cruisehalifax.ca/our-visitors/
Money and Tipping
Halifax is small and easily walkable. Buses and taxis are readily available.
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Shopping & Restaurants
You will find shops and restaurants downtown and along the waterfront. There is a large Atlantic Superstore supermarket adjacent to the cruise terminal on the south side. Scotia Square is the main mall downtown though larger malls can be found in the suburbs. Spring Garden Road is the city's main shopping street south of the downtown area. The Halifax Seaport Farmer's Market is just north of the cruise terminal and the Historic Farmer's Market is by the Alexander Keith's Brewery on Lower Water St.
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