What an amazing city!
St. John's is also the capital and largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as being North America's most easterly city. It is also known to be the oldest city in North America as it was officially incorporated in 1888. The population of St. John's is approximately 214,000 and is known for its distinct style and architecture that separates it from the rest of Canada. The history within this
region is unlike any other with the 1st British Colonial Capitals, the European settlers, and the attacks by the French in 1705 and 1708.
Being that this region is on the most easterly tip of Canada, St. John's is the foggiest city in Canada, the windiest and cloudiest. Rain is frequent and quite often heavy falling year-round! They also endure some of the heaviest snow falls and longest/coldest winters throughout Canada with their winter season going from October through to March. Winter time brings with it a whole new set of challenges that are unique again to this region with not only snow, but rain/freezing rain/sleet and snow averaging well over 350 cm per year giving it the nickname of Silver Thaws.
St. Johns is a city rich in culture, with traditions as colorful as their cities, structures and architecture. St.Johns has become listed within the Top 3 of Canadian Foodie Escapes according to Sympatico.ca Travel: from casual dining, through to pubs and nightlife followed by Rural Dining... there is not too much that you will want to miss!
The historic sites are bountiful; such sites as Signal Hill comes with breathtaking views, amazing history that is told during your tour/visit, beautiful hiking trails and an iconic story telling history.
Within this community comes festivals throughout the year with celebrations and events proudly pronouncing their history, people and cities.
St. Johns is the perfect combination of big city and small-town charm. You will find narrow streets with multiple horse and carriages lining the sides of the roads, if you look up towards the top of Signal Hill you will see the iconic Cabot Tower sitting where the military guarded the shores throughout the 1700's and 1800's.
With everything from exciting nightlife through to small town feel horse drawn carriage rides, the fine shops and boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and the spectacular views that will astound even the harshest of skeptics you will not be disappointed with your visit.
The people of St. Johns will treat you as family, tell tales of days long ago and brighten your day with a contagious smile; it is these same people that are hardworking and welcoming when you are touring their city.
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