New Brunswick is the only province in Canada that is bilingual ( English and French ) visitors will have two languages to converse in New Brunswick. To appreciate the beauty of New Brunswick, take a scenic drive on one of the many drives around New Brunswick, some of the recommended scenic routes are, Fundy Coastal Drive, Acadian Coastal Drive, River Valley Scenic Drive, Miramichi River Route and Appalachian Range Route. Along the way there will be many restaurants will local food that will make your day !!!
New Brunswick has over 2000 miles of coastline with the main Port Of Call being St John ( population 70.000 ) If you are traveling along the coastline you will find many restaurants serving fresh seafood and on other drives you will find traditional Acadian cuisine.
A visit to the Bay Of Fundy will give you the opportunity to see the world's highest tides and campers will be able to set up camp at Fundy National Park and see a billion years of history at Stonehammer Geopark.
New Brunswick is rich in history with English, Irish and Scottish settlers coming to there new home and bringing their traditions with them. There are many festivals and events where you can learn about the early settlers and sample the local cuisine. I was the French settlers that discovered these fertile lands in the early 1600s.
In St John you will find the oldest market in North America built in 1876 with many places to dine and shop and have a warm coffee at a cafe with many choices for souvenir's to bring back home.
In your travels around New Brunswick stop in at some of the local restaurants and enjoy the local authentic cuisine and learn about the history and the people.
There are more than 100 events and festivals in New Brunswick every year. To learn more about New Brunswick and the different drives and festivals go to, tourismnewbrunswick.ca