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It’s no secret that the best way to discover a city is to experience it as the locals do. Our trusty travel blog is filled with out-of-the-box ideas, must-do lists, and behind-the-scenes intel. The best spots for veg-friendly food. Tips on keeping the kids entertained for free. Your guide to the city’s craft beer scene. It’s got everything you’re looking for, plus a whole lot more.

6 Reasons To Make Charlottetown Your Winter Getaway Destination

January 30, 2020

Tags: Culinary, Kid-Friendly, Outdoor, See & Do, Winter

Whether it's snowshoeing in the fluffy snow or taking in the incredible live music, there’s plenty to see and do in Charlottetown all throughout the season!

11 Reasons to Attend Jack Frost Winterfest 2020 in Charlottetown

January 29, 2020

Tags: Events, Kid-Friendly, Outdoor, See & Do, Sightseeing

Whether you’re bringing the whole family together for the weekend or rounding up a few friends for a day of light-hearted fun, we’re pretty sure Jack Frost Winterfest Feb 14-17th is the most fun you’ll have in a snowsuit. Here’s a quick run-down of what you can expect from this year’s event and why you don’t wanna miss out!

Ultimate Charlottetown Gift Guide

December 11, 2019

Tags: Arts & Culture, Culinary, Events, Kid-Friendly, Nightlife, Outdoor, See & Do, Sightseeing

Christmas is just a couple of weeks away, so we’re making our list and checking it twice. With walkable streets, unique experiences, and adorable shops & markets, Charlottetown makes shopping a breeze. Here's our round-up of gift ideas to suit everyone on your list.

Swoon-Worthy Streetscapes of Charlottetown

November 7, 2019

Tags: Outdoor, See & Do, Sightseeing, Summer

Charlottetown is full of scenic views, charming corners, and funky decor. From Water Street to Victoria Row, there is no shortage of sights to make your heart swoon.

Who’s Yer Farmer? Meet Our PEI Potato Growers

December 4, 2019

Tags: Beyond Charlottetown, Culinary, Events, Free

Harvest season may be long over for the year, but the work doesn't end there. Learn about our hard-working farmers who take so much pride in what they do here on Prince Edward Island.