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Fredericton’s urban landscape is nestled within a sea of green, with neatly trimmed lawns and trees everywhere you turn, and riverside views that will make you forget you’re in a major city. It’s also a historic and cultural center, with a diverse population whose traditions have influenced the city’s design. Bob along the river on a tour boat, taking in dozens of architectural styles, or whizz around on a bike through the miles of safe trails, you’re bound to feel enchanted by this friendly city.

Things to see

The Regent Mall hosts many major department stores, and once you’re done spending, enjoy a trip to the food court, housed under an impressive glass dome, or catch one of the latest releases at the cinema. On sunny days, a stroll around Wilmot Park’s well-maintained grounds is essential, and you’ll hear the screams of delight of kids in the outdoor paddling pool. Nearby Odell Park is a wilder experience with mature trees, and you may even spot wildlife such as deer appearing along the shaded wooded trails. Reading Street Park has a pleasant 15 minute loop trail that takes you around the woodland, where you can enjoy the crunch of snow under your feet in winter months. In nearby Oromocto, the Kings Arrow Arena hosts ice hockey matches, and cheering along with the enthusiastic locals is an experience nobody should miss.

Hotels in Fredericton

Many of the hotels in Fredericton are run by the major chains, ensuring you get a comfortable bed at a reasonable price. Business travelers will enjoy facilities such as conference rooms, business centers, WiFi, and complimentary parking. Families often opt for one of the functional motels or inns, conveniently located for transport connections. These have facilities such as complimentary breakfasts, rollaway beds, cable televisions, laundry facilities, and adjoining rooms. Larger hotels also have handy extras such as a currency exchange, and bi-lingual staff to answer all your questions.

Where to stay

As the capital of New Brunswick, Fredericton hosts many government, financial, and cultural institutions, meaning it attracts both business and leisure travelers. Towards the lake area you’ll find more families and enthusiastic weekenders who have come to enjoy the water. It’s a quirky, unique city with farmers' markets and boutique stores giving tourists a chance to mingle with locals, and plenty of free cultural events that bring the community together. Nearby Oromocto was once designed as a ‘model town’, and the clean, organized streets are still a testament to this vision. Many visit for the great salmon fishing, enjoying the scent of pine trees and fresh air as they meditate by Oromocto Lake, perhaps exploring further along to see tumbling waterfalls.

How to get to Fredericton

Fredericton's International Airport has services to and from many major Canadian areas, and the airport is less than 10 miles south of the city. Pick up a rental car and it’s a simple 15 minute drive up the highway to most of the hotels. There’s also a bus service that can take you into the city in under 20 minutes, and also connects Fredericton with other popular areas of Atlantic Canada, with fast, efficient services.