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Along the shores of Canada’s eastern Nova Scotian island of Cape Breton, the city of Sydney is an ethereal place to arrive by cruise. The Port of Sydney is located within the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion, a large structure offering beverages, information kiosks and close access to iconic landmarks. Look forward to the region by utilizing public transportation, hopping aboard a bus route along the Esplanade, or utilizing the connected Sydney Waterfront Boardwalk for relaxed pedestrian-friendly walkways. For the chance to see intimate parts of town in likewise fashion, reserve one of many private vehicle rentals ranging from simple sedans to spacious SUVs, each ideal for getting to know Sydney’s vibrant English-style nightlife as well as an array of modest parklands on the outskirts. Meet-and-greet services are also great for those looking to get dropped off wherever, whether it be a taxi driver interested in getting to know the scenery or a local personal driver who wants to share something special.

 

Get to know the quaint seaside scenery once transportation is figured out, starting with what’s by the cruise port. Upon docking, guests will be greeted by the world’s largest fiddle, also known as ‘The Big Fiddle’. Other fun shops located within the cruise pavilion include a couple of restaurants and locally sold goods at Big Fiddle Market, plus a helpful Visitor Information Center offering quick details on where to spend the afternoon. Lovers of historic architecture should walk north on Amelia Street from the Esplanade, discovering local exhibits from the 18th-century Jost Heritage House before turning right toward Charlotte Street’s Cossit House Museum, finally ending the one-block tour with a full-circle ending at the Esplanade’s St. Patrick’s Church Museum, made famous for its especially unique Pioneer Gothic style. A bit closer to the cruise port is Mariner’s Park, a promenade covered in statues and offering a myriad of conversation-worthy restaurants like the Lebanese Flower Restaurant as well as traditional Canadian at Flavor Downtown.

 
 
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