|Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)||C$ 321|
The home of Anne of Green Gables, Prince Edward Island is a destination for those travellers looking peace and quiet. The island is graced with natural beauty and has been dubbed the “Garden of the Gulf”. Although it’s Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island has an abundance of culture and scenery.
Millions of travellers book flights to Prince Edward Island every year to seek respite and recluse from their busy lives. But in addition to its natural beauty Prince Edward Island also has a vast and fascinating history. Charlottetown, the capital, was a base for the Charlottetown Conference where the Confederation of Canada was established in 1864. Today, flights to Prince Edward Island land in Charlottetown and visitors can take a tour of Founders Hall, the Confederation Center of the Arts, and Province House.
Whether you take a plane, ferry or car to Prince Edward Island, there is a world of opportunity waiting in this small Canadian province.
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Summers on tend to be warm, with very low humidity and temperatures are usually in the 20-25 C degrees range, sometimes reaching the 32 C degrees mark, with July and August being the warmest months. Winters can be cold and snowfalls common from November to April. Temperatures can go below zero and storms in winter can be severe. Spring and autumn are great times to travel to Prince Edward Island as both seasons bring a riot of color to the island and temperatures are moderate.
The best time to book flights to Prince Edward Island is in the summer, in July and August. Since peak season is short most attractions are only open during July and August.
From September through June Charlottetown’s restaurants and shopping areas remain open.
(prices quotes are from London)