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One of the most captivating Canadian cities is Charlottetown, capital of Canada's smallest province, Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown is a distinctive blend of modern urban oasis, confederation heritage center, and seaside vacation destination. The city lies along the scenic coastline of Prince Edward Island, a province famous for its hospitality, picturesque, red-soiled farmland and Ann of Green Gables.
Charlottetown offers many relaxing indulgences such as a stroll of the colorful downtown and waterfront areas, where visitors can soak in the small-town ambiance, meander along the seaside boardwalk, and explore the whimsical shops. History buffs will enjoy a visit to Founders Hall to trace Canada's national path from the 1864 Charlottetown Confederation Conference up to the present day. For an evening's entertainment, there is the Ann of Green Gables play at the Confederation Center of the Arts, or the numerous lively venues of the city's vibrant nightlife.
Charlottetown's central location allows for easy day trips to Prince Edward Island's miles of sparkling red-sand beaches, including world-renowned Cavendish. Golfers can partake in a round at one of several top-rated Island golf courses. No stay in the Charlottetown area would be complete without a walk through Green Gables farmhouse, the nostalgic PEI backdrop that inspired author Lucy Maude Montgomery’s beloved Anne novels.
One visit to Charlottetown will be fondly remembered for a lifetime, but many who spend time in this charming city find that they cannot resist the urge to return again and again.