Trinity Vacation Packages
Visiting just one town or city, regardless of its popularity, can only ever give you a limited view into the wider personality of a region. So be sure to set aside enough time to delve into Newfoundland 's other natural and man-made attractions. Charlottetown and Clarenville are just two of the many other places worth checking out while you're in Newfoundland.
About 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the southeast of Trinity is St. John's, an important regional city where you'll find Windsor Lake, St John's Courthouse and Village Shopping Centre. Longshoremen's Protective Union Hall, Suncor Energy Fluvarium and Confederation Building are just a sample of the many other interesting attractions in St. John's.
For a glimpse into the spiritual side of Trinity, be sure to make a stop at the region's many cathedrals. The best places for travelers to visit when they discover a new town are the spots that best illustrate the culture. Don't skip Newfoundland 's art museums, nature museums and history museums.
If you are not the type of traveler to take a break simply to relax, Newfoundland offers a number of outdoor-adventure pursuits like rock climbing and snowmobiling. Start a new hobby with one of the wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks. There are a number on offer in Newfoundland.
When planning your holiday to Trinity, it's good to remember that the nearest major airport, St. John's International Airport, is situated in in St. John's, 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the southeast.