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Along the wharfs of Prince Edward Island’s small university town, Port Charlottetown offers a myriad of getaways perfect for looking out at the Northumberland Strait as well as a bustling economy made possible by the presence of cruise goers. Upon arriving, guests will immediately find themselves immersed in the landmarks of Water Street, as well as walking distance a few modes of public and private transportation - these modes include various bus lines running along the city’s central Grafton Street a few blocks north of the port, as well as high-speed transfers along the Northumberland Ferries Limited Service. Avoid the restrictions of public schedules by reserving a private rental to bypass it all, choosing between intimate sedans for touring the historic homes and hotels along Victoria Park Roadway, or enjoying spacious chartered buses perfect for carrying a dozen or so passengers to great heights. Meet-and-greet services exchange self-guided moments with reliable drop offs chauffeured by elegant limousines as well as priceless local personal driver.
Get through the city’s eccentricities by first walking over to the Founder’s Hall Visitor Information Centre that, in addition to offering brochures and discount tickets to events, provides a connected plaza of gift shops and tea parlors. Fun landmarks walking distance from the cruise port include the waterfront views of Confederation Landing, home to open-air lawns often host to vibrant downtown events as well as a cobblestoned promenade connecting to rustic boathouse shops, boardwalks and historic ships. Just behind Confederation Landing is the historic Gainsford House, a renowned Georgian-style home built in the mid-17th century. Continue further along this coastline to reach Beaconsfield Historic House, a Victorian-era masterpiece home to a totally immersive interior - also along this same coastline is the Queen Charlotte Armoury, a renowned exhibit of military artifacts from the Prince Edward Island Regiment, while the famed Brighton Beach Range Front Light offers a truly unique sunset from a truly unique lighthouse.