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In partnership with PARIS MATCH and with featured guests Romain Clergeat, deputy editor-in-chief in charge of technology, the environment and space, Philippe Legrand, director of editorial diversification at PARIS MATCH and Marc Brincourt, former photo editor-in-chief of PARIS MATCH.
From Montreal to New York, PONANT proposes an exceptional cruise aboard Le Lyrial during a 14-day itinerary discovering the immense preserved spaces and cultural treasures of Canada and the American East Coast.
Departing from Montreal, famous for its energy and cultural vibrancy, and Quebec, capital of Canada's Beautiful Province, located on the St Lawrence estuary and founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608. Do not miss this charming and lively city where the historic neighbourhood of Old Quebec, with its ramparts and fortifications, is listed as?World Heritage by UNESCO.
At the mouth of Saguenay River, you will reach Tadoussac. This National Park is also an unmissable site for whale watching as the mammals gather to feed before winter.
Percé awaits you further on, on the Gaspé Peninsula. It is one of Quebec's most beautiful villages and borders a national park with incredible natural, historic and geological heritage. The majestic Percé Rock and Bonaventure fortress are among the unmissable sites of this destination.
Lying in the middle of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, The Magdalen Islands offer an unusual variety of landscapes, from the white of the sandy beaches to the red of the sculpted cliff faces. You will be captivated not only by the natural setting but by the hospitality of the inhabitants.
On the coastlines of Nova Scotia, discover Halifax - its capital -, a city steeped in history, surrounded by sumptuous nature.
You will continue your journey towards the American East Coast in Boston, considered as the birthplace of the United States because of the key role it played during the American Revolution.
At the end of the Cape Cod peninsula, the East Coast atmosphere is reminiscent of the chic and discreet charm of the Western Coast of France, with beautiful houses, sea spray and gentle way of life.
As a grand finale, Le Lyrial will enter the port of New York as the majestic Statue of Liberty reveals itself from the sea: an unforgettable port of call in a city that is second to none.