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Set on a bend of the Petitcodiac River, Moncton is famous for its todal bore, which rushes up the river from the Bay of Fundy. Named after Robert Monckton, the British commander in the capture of Fort Beauséjour, the city is generally considered the capital of Acadie. The first settlers in the area were German and Dutch families from Pennsylvania, but they were joined by Acadians returning to British territory after Deportation. Today one-third of the population is French-speaking.
Tourist attractions Moncton : Things to see and do
À l'angle Main St. et King St. CDN - Moncton
In the open ocean, the ebb and flow of the tide is barely noticeable, but in certain V-shaped bays or inlets, the tide enters the broad end and literally piles up as it moves up the bay. This buildup occurs in the Bay of Fundy, 77km/48mi wide at its ..
42 Highfield Street CDN - Moncton NB E1C 5N3
Prix Prices from : 79 CAD
Located in the city centre, this Moncton property provides continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi. A refrigerator is featured in each room. Greater Moncton International Airport is just 15 minutes’ drive away. A flat-screen cable TV is included in ea..
434 Main St CDN - Moncton NB E1C1B9
Located in downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, this pet-friendly hotel overlooks the tidal bore of the Petitcodiac River. It offers a hot full breakfast, seasonal outdoor pool, and free Wi-Fi. Highway NB 15 is 500 metres away. A flat-screen TV is inclu..
14 Church Street CDN - Moncton NB E1C 4Y9
This modern hotel is located in downtown Moncton, a 5-minute drive to Crystal Palace Amusement Park. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and the award-winning St. James' Gate restaurant and bar. L' Hotel Saint James features a 42-inch flat-screen TV, DVD pl..