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I Heart Bikes

For tourists who wish to explore the coastal city of Halifax in a unique way, I Heart Bikes is a must-visit site. This company offers cycle tours around the city lasting two to four hours, which help you discover the best attractions, restaurants and shops. Couples and small groups opting for private tours can enjoy the customized services of a knowledgeable tour guide. These guided tours are really meant for a tourist who wants a quick overview of the city. If you would like to take your own time exploring Halifax and linger at favorite tourist spots, then I Heart Bikes offers cycle rentals. However, the guided tour takes you to hidden gems that are hard to discover by yourself. This company also manages a shop selling bells, baskets and other bicycle accessories.

Halifax Shopping Centre

Minutes from downtown Halifax and easily accessible by bus, Halifax Shopping Centre has all the departmental stores, clothing shops (including the largest Gap in the Maritimes), electronics, games and hobbies, books, and food services you want. Having opened in 1962, this shopping center has become a favorite among the locals. There is plenty of parking, some just for expectant moms and those with young children.

Historic Properties

If you are looking to shop on your tour to Canada, Historic Properties is a must-visit place. Alternatively known as Privateers' Wharf, the Historic Properties is a group of about ten warehouses that were constructed around the 19th Century. This space is a one-stop-shop for all your shopping needs. Be it fashion, beauty or art, this place has it all. Housing popular stores like Carrefour, Bounty Fashion and many more, this place has something for everyone. After the exhaustive shopping, you can enjoy delectable delicacies at the various restaurants that the property has.

The Hydrostone Market

After the Halifax Explosion in 1917, the Hydrostone District was created and, within that area, The Hydrostone Market stands. A Federal Heritage Site, it has won the Nova Scotia Heritage Award and is well worth a stroll. Nine shops of pastries, woven treasures, household accessories, gourmet tasties and more, nestle side by side. Shop for a while and have a lunch outside on a sunny day. Wander about the neighborhood, it is truly one of a kind. Business hours vary but most shops are open seven days a week.

Hydrostone District

The Hydrostone District is the name of a neighborhood towards the northern limit of the city. Designed by architect Thomas Adams, it began as a community to accommodate the survivors of the Halifax Explosion of 1917. Constituting mainly of middle-class families, the residential neighborhood featured many row-houses and duplex homes. Today, Hydrostone forms a vibrant community of creative professionals with smaller families and also major businesses like restaurants, retail shops and much more. The area is also highly popular among shoppers as it has several boutiques, specialty shops and is home to the historic Hydrostone Market.

Spring Garden Road

Spring Garden Road, along with a few nearby roads, comprise one of the major commercial districts in Halifax. The beginning of the road is marked by an arch with the words "Welcome to the Land of the Mayflower" etched on it. Along with several major fashion boutiques where you can probably spend hours shopping and a number of, bars, cafes and restaurants, the street also has several important tourist attractions including the Spring Garden Road Memorial Library and Victoria Park.

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