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2 days with no car flying into Halifax

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2 days with no car flying into Halifax

Going to YHZ Apr 27 for 2 days. We love biking, hiking, pubs and relaxation too. Any suggestions for 2 days with no car? Eats, drinks, hotels. Thanks for your help.

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1. Re: 2 days with no car flying into Halifax

Hi Welcome to Trip Advisor and the Nova Scotia forum.

You would have to get out of Halifax to do much biking or hiking, but it is full of pubs. Check out Point Pleasant Park for some great walking. You can bike there, but not on weekends: www.pointpleasantpark.ca/en/home/default.aspx

Of course you will want to walk along the Halifax waterfront and take a ferry over to Dartmouth. Visit the Citadel Hill and the Maritime Museum.



Without a car, you are best to stay downtown Halifax. www.tripadvisor.ca/HACSearch…

If on a budget, check out the Waverley Inn.


My favorite restaurant changes constantly, but check out Chives, Il Mercato, the Press Gang, the Wooden Monkey, etc., etc.

You should perhaps start here on the provincial tourism website and then come back to us with more questions:


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2. Re: 2 days with no car flying into Halifax

Great! Thx so much. This is great info. :)

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