Monday, 17 February 2020

Gaze in awe at the Sistine Chapel ceiling with Lonely Planet's NEW Rome city guide


A heady mix of haunting ruins, awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life, Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most romantic and charismatic cities. Lonely Planet is your passport to Rome, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

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Feel the drama at the Colosseum, gaze in awe at the Sistine Chapel ceiling, and feel small under the vast dome of the Pantheon; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Duncan Garwood describes why he loves Rome. "As much as its obvious beauty, what I love about Rome are its details: the cobbled lanes and hidden corners, the towering pine trees and vivid colours, the aroma of freshly ground coffee wafting out of cafes. the city's streets and piazzaz are an endless source of entertainment to me, even after almost two decades of living here, and I still get a kick out of seeing places I read about as a schoolkid. I'm also a big fan of roman cuisine, and there's little I love more than a long lunch at a favourite trattoria."

Rome Top 10

1. Colosseum

2. Vatican Museums

3. Pantheon

4. Museo e Galleria Borghese

5. St Peter's Basilica

6. Via Appia Antica

7. Trastevere

8. Roman Forum

9. Trevi Fountain

10. Piazza Navona

Sunday, 16 February 2020

Navigate through Rome’s historic treasures with Lonely Planet's NEW Italy travel guide


Home to many of the world’s greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other. Lonely Planet is your passport to Italy, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

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Navigate through Rome’s countless artistic and historic treasures, travel the skinny streets and waterways of Venice, and tour Tuscany’s undulating landscape of cypress trees and olive groves; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Nicola Williams describes why she loves Italy. "Italy won me over many moons ago - and when the nearby shores of Lake Geneva became home a decade ago my heart sang. suddenly, Il Bel Paese was an easy motor from home through the Traforo del Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc Tunnel), ushering in chic ski flits to Courmayeur, city breaks in Venice and Milan, foodie weekends hunting white truffles and exploring fine reds in Piemonte, family road trips with the bambini to tuscany. Umbria, Sicily and Puglia in the hot south...Wildly diverse, soulful, passionate and deeply earth-driven, this country's extraordinary variety never fails to thrill and inspire."

Italy Top 10

1. Eternal Rome

2. Virtuoso Venice

3. Touring Tuscany

4. Ghostly Pompeii

5. Amalfi Coast

6. Murals & Mosaics

7. Tackling the Dolomites

8. Mighty Masterpieces

9. Devouring Emilia-Romagna

10. Neapolitan Street Life

Explore the Osa Peninsula with the Insight Guides Costa Rica

Amid the turmoil that often characterizes Central America, Costa Rica is a land more at peace with itself and nature.

Insight Guides Costa Rica (Travel Guide with Free eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this guide to Costa Rica is all you need to plan your perfect trip, with insider information on must-see, top attractions like Punta Uva, Manuel Antonio National Park and Tortuguero Canals, and cultural gems like the Osa Peninsula, the remotest and most biodiverse area of the southern Pacific, the Museo del Oro Precolombino, Central America's largest treasury of ancient gold artifacts, and the picture-perfect Arenal Volcano.

Costa Rica Top 10

1. Tarrazú Coffee

2. Tarrazú  Uva

3. Manuel Antonio National Park

4. Tortuguero Canals

5. Canopy Tour

6. Osa Peninsula

7. San José Museums

8. Las Pailas Trail

9. Arenal Volcano

10. Resplendent Quetzal

Ride the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad with Insight Guides USA: The South

The romance of the south has not gone with the wind - instead, there's a fresh breeze of creativity blowing.

Insight Guides USA: The South (Travel Guide with Free eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, Insight Guide USA: The South, is all you need to plan your trip and experience the best of the Southeaster States, with in-depth insider information on must-see, top attractions like Nashville, Richmond, Carolina, Charleston, Memphis and cultural gems like Civil War sites and NASA centres.

USA: The South Top 10

1. World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta

2. The Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Alabama

3. US Space and Rocket Center Museum, Huntsville

4. The Robert Johnson Cross Roads, Mississippi

5. New Orlean's French Quarter

6. The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, North Carolina

7. Central High School, Arkansas

8. Shenandoah Caverns, Virginia

9. Beale Street, Memphis

10. The Spoleto Festival, South Carolina

Explore Tierra de Fuego with Insight Guides Chile & Easter Islands

From searing desert heat to sub-antarctic chills, with volcanoes, lakes, and geysers along the way, the natural world makes its presence strongly felt in Chile.

Insight Guides Chile & Easter Islands (Travel Guide eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, Insight Guide Chile and Easter Island, is all you need to plan your trip and experience the best of Chile, with in-depth insider information on must-see, top attractions like the Atacama Desert, Torres del Paine, Easter Island, Tierra de Fuego and the Colchagua Wine Valley, together with hidden cultural gems like the chucrches of Chiloe.

1. Atacama Desert

2. Valparaiso

3. Volcán Villarrica

4. Vorres del Paine

5. Chile's Southern Fjords

6. The Churches of Chiloé

7. The Colchagua Wine Valley

8. Tierra del Fuego

9. Palacio de la Moneda

10. Easter Island

Visit the Montserrat Volcano Observatory with Insight Guides Caribbean: The Lesser Antilles

Stay a while in the sunny Caribbean and you will discover a rainbow of cultures and a rich and exciting history.

Insight Guides Caribbean: The Lesser Antilles (Travel Guide eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this guide to the Caribbean is all you need to plan your perfect trip, with insider information on must-see, top attractions like the Pitons, Harrison's Cave and the Montserrat Volcano Observatory, and cultural gems like the delightful Frigate Bird Sanctuary in Barbuda, the nesting place for thousands of stunningly gorgeous birds, the 17th-century British fort at St Kitts & Nevis, which offers stupendous views from its perch on a volcanic plug, and the unforgettable experience of night-time turtle watching at various sites including Dominica, St Lucia and Trinidad.

Caribbean: The Lesser Antilles Top 10

1. Pitons, St Lucia

2. Harrison's Cave, Barbados

3. Kurá Hulanda Museum, Curaçau

4. Montserrat Volcano Observatory

5. Frigate Bird Sanctuary, Barbuda

6. Brimstone Hill Fortress, St Kitts & Nevis

7. The Baths, Virgin Gorda, BVI

8. waitukubuli trail, dominica

9. Nelson's Dockyard, Antigua

10. Night-Time Turtle Watching

Friday, 14 February 2020

Swimming and seafood, art and archipelagos with the New Rough Guide to Croatia

The Rough Guides Croatia travel guide

Foaming waterfalls, Roman architecture, edgy urban culture: Croatia is a country that offers it all. As an increasingly popular destination, Croatia retains an authentic character with its crumbling palaces, idyllic islands and, undoubtedly, the best nightlife in the Adriatic. Plus, there's a plethora of eccentric bars in Dubrovnik and quirky art in Zagreb to take in, too. If rustic cuisine and sailable seas are what you're after, then it's time to start planning your trip with this fully updated Rough Guide.

Croatia travel guide

Discover Croatia with this comprehensive, entertaining, ‘tell it like it is’ Rough Guide, packed with exhaustive practical information and our experts’ honest independent recommendations.
Whether you plan to taste biscuits and sweets in Korcula, take in the maritime panoramas from Vis’s Mount Hum or head to the Museum of Broken Relationships, The Rough Guide to Croatia will show you the perfect places to explore, sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way.

Croatia Top 10

1. Plitvice Lakes National Park

2. Pula Amphitheatre

3. Sunsets in Zadar

4. Hvar: The Island

5. Museums of Broken Relationships

6. Sea-Kayaking

7. Čigoč

8. Šibenik

9. Walking Dubrovnik's Walls

10. Kornati Islands

Features of The Rough Guide to Croatia:

Detailed regional coverage: provides in-depth practical information for every step of every kind of trip, from intrepid off-the-beaten-track adventures, to chilled-out breaks in popular tourist areas. Regions covered include: Zagreb; Inland Croatia; Istria; the Kvarner Gulf; Northern Dalmatia; Split; the south Dalmatia coast; the southern Dalmatian islands; Dubrovnik.

Honest independent reviews: written with Rough Guides’ trademark blend of humour, honesty and expertise, and recommendations you can truly trust, our writers will help you get the most from your trip to Croatia.

Meticulous mapping: always full-colour, with clear numbered, colour-coded keys. Find your way around Hvar, Rovinj and many more locations without needing to get online.

Fabulous full-colour photography: features a richness of inspirational colour photography, including Plitvice Lakes National Park’s sequence of foaming waterfalls and turquoise lakes and Zadar’s muddle of architectural styles, from Romanesque churches to Corinthian columns to glass-fronted café-bars.

Things not to miss: Rough Guides’ rundown of Hvar, Istria, Dubrovnik and Zagreb’s best sights and top experiences.

Itineraries: carefully planned routes will help you organise your trip, and inspire and inform your on-the-road experiences.

Basics section: packed with essential pre-departure information including getting there, getting around, accommodation, food and drink, health, the media, festivals, sports and outdoor activities, culture and etiquette, shopping and more.

Background information: comprehensive Contexts chapter provides fascinating insights into Croatia, with coverage of history, music and books, plus a handy language section and glossary.

– Covers: Zagreb, Inland Croatia, Istria, the Kvarner Gulf, Northern Dalmatia, Split and the south Dalmatian coast, the southern Dalmatian Islands, Dubrovnik and around.

Author: Jonathan Bousfield

See Basilica di San Marco lit by the setting sun with Lonely Planet Venice & the Veneto city guide

Imagine the audacity of building a city of marble palaces on a lagoon – and that was only the start. Lonely Planet is your passport to Venice & the Veneto, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

Venice & the Veneto city guide

See Basilica di San Marco lit by the setting sun, feel the drama at Opera at Teatro La Fenice, or shop for creations of Venetian artisans; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Paula Hardy describes why she loves Venice & the Veneto. "My love of Venice begins with the lagoon in which it stands. Although often overlooked, this 550-sq-km shallow bowl is as great a marvel of engineering as San Marco's golden domes. Every palace and every person is reflected in its teal-coloured waters, creating the mirage-like double image that lends the city its magical quality. Not only has it inspired the extraordinary physical fabric of the city and countless creative and technological inventions, but it also shapes the unconventional and creative spirit of all who reside here. Therein lie possibilities barely imagined in other cities."

Venice & the Veneto Top 10

1. Basilica di San Marco

2. Palazzo Ducale

3. Tintoretto's Heaven on Earth

4. Opera at Teatro la Fenice

5. Gallerie Dell'Accademia

6. La Biennale di Venezia

7. Basillica di Santa Maria Assunta

8. Venetian Artisans

9. Padua's Scrovegni Chapel

10. Verona

Explore Quebec City with Insight Guides Canada

Charles Dickens once described Canada as a land of "hope and promise" Today it is that and more a land of exuberant cities, breathtaking scenery, and diverse cultures.

Insight Guides Canada (Travel Guide eBook): (Travel Guide with free eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this guide to Canada is all you need to plan your perfect trip, with insider information on must-see, top attractions like Quebec City, Niagara Falls and Stanley Park, and cultural gems like the Polar Bear Capital, the spectacular Cabot Trail and the biggest rodeo in the world, the Calgary Stampede.

Canada Top 10

1. Québec City

2. Polar Bear Capital

3. Niagara Falls, Ontario

4. Québec City Winter Carnival

5. T. Rex Discovery Centre

6. The Cabot Trail

7. Stanley Park

8. The Aurora Borealis

9. Calgary Stampede (July)

10. Signal Hill, St John's, Newfoundland

Hit boutiques and bars in Gastown with Lonely Planet Vancouver & Victoria city guide

Explorable neighborhoods, drink-and-dine delights, and memorable cultural and outdoor activities framed by striking vistas – there are endless reasons to fall for this ocean-fringed metropolis. Lonely Planet is your passport to Vancouver & Victoria, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

Vancouver & Victoria city guide

Hit boutiques and bars in Gastown, stroll along tree-fringed Stanley Park Seawall, and stock up on picnic supplies at Granville Island Public Market; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer John Lee describes why he loves Vancouver & Victoria. "Forest trails, tiny hummingbirds and sunset-hugging beaches framed by ocean and mountain panoramas. I moved here 20 years ago, but I've never taken my eyes off Vancouver's unwavering natural charms. For me, it's this breathtaking backdrop that sets the glass-towered metropolis apart. But I'm still an urban lad and I've also enjoyed watching Vancouver become a grown-up city. From adventurous dining to thriving arts and culture, this young West Coast community keeps moving forward - and I don't just mean the delicious craft-beer scene (although, personally, that really helps)."

Vancouver & Victoria Top 10

1. Gastown

2. Stanley Park Seawall

3. Granville Island Public Market

4. Craft Beer

5. Grouse Mountain

6. Capilano Suspension Bridge

7. Chinatown

8. Asian Dining

9. Vancouver Art Gallery

10. Main Street

Swim in the Blue Lagoon with Insight Guides Iceland

Iceland offers not only a wealth of natural wonders, from glaciers to geysers, but also a rich mine of history and literature.

Insight Guides Iceland (Travel Guide with Free eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this guide to Iceland is all you need to plan your perfect trip, with insider information on must-see, top attractions like the Northern Lights, Reykjavik and the Blue Lagoon, and cultural gems like Puffin-spotting on the coast at Borgarfjorour-Eystri, Vik and Latrabjarg, the attractive harbour at Heimaey, and the spectacular Geysir, which gave its name to all the world's geysers.

Iceland Top 10

1. Northern Lights

2. Blue Lagoon

3. Reykjavik

4. Heimaey

5. Whale-Watching

6. Puffin-Spotting

7. Geysir and Gullfoss

8. Jökulsárlón

9. Þórsmörk

10. lsafjorour

Visit the Gothic castle of Trakai with Insight Guides Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania

Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, each with its own strong individual identity and rich culture, are lands of vibrant capitals, exquisite architecture, pristine beaches and unspoilt rural landscapes.

Insight Guides Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (Travel Guide with Free eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this guide to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania is all you need to plan your perfect trip, with insider information on must-see, top attractions like Tallinn Old Town, Museum of the History of Riga and Navigation and Palmse Manor, and cultural gems like the imposing Gothic castle of Trakai, set on Lake Galve, the medieval fortress of Kuressaare on Saaremaa and the extraordinary Amber Musem in Palanga.

Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania Top 10

1. Tallinn Old Town

2. Palmse Manor

3. Museum of the History of Riga and Navigation

4. Gauja National Park

5. Art Nouveau, Riga

6. Saunas

7. Saaremaa

8. Trakai

9. The Curonian Spit

10. Amber Museum, Palanga

See the iconic landscape of Connemara with Insight Guides Ireland

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this guide to Ireland is all you need to plan your perfect trip, with insider information on must-see, top attractions like the Giant's Causeway, Glendalough and the Glens of Antrim, and cultural gems like the iconic landscape of Connemara, the ancient tombs and rich flora of the Aran Islands, and the Rock of Cashel, a dramatic cluster of romantically ruined stone buildings dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries.

Insight Guides Ireland (Travel Guide with Free eBook)

Ireland Top 10

1. The Giant's Causeway

2. Glendalough

3. Georgian Dublin

4. The Glens of Antrim

5. The Wild Atlantic Way

6. Connemara

7. Traditional Irish Music

8. The Burren

9. The Aran Islands

10. The Rock of Cashel

Enjoy the Palace of Versailles with Insight Guides France

It's capital may be one of the world's most celebrated cities of culture and a hard act to follow, but France's visitor appeal goes well beyond the charms of pairs.

Insight Guides France (Travel Guide with Free eBook)

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this guide to France is all you need to plan your perfect trip, with insider information on must-see, top attractions like Paris, Mont-St-Michel and the Dordogne, and cultural gems like the extravagant Palace of Versailles, the pretty medieval towns of the Lot valley, and the beautiful Provence region, an inspiration for artists such as Van Gogh and Picasso.

France Top 10

1. Alsace

2. Versailles

3. Champagne

4. Mont-st-Michel

5. The Dordogne

6. Loire Valley Châteaux

7. Medieval Gems

8. Provence

9. Paris

10. French Cuisine

Stroll through Pike Place Market with Lonely Planet Seattle city guide

Blink and it’s changed: Seattle is that ephemeral. Blending innovation and nature, itʼs a city always marching forward. Lonely Planet is your passport to Seattle, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

Seattle city guide

Stroll through clamorous Pike Place Market, speed to the top of the Space Needle for awesome views, or pay homage to Hendrix at the Museum of Pop Culture; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Robert Balkovich describes why he loves Seattle. "A friend once described Seattle to me as a 'great northern city', and during a particularly cold February there I really learned what she meant. As much of a wonderland as it is in the summer, it's a city built for the rain and gloom. Everything is matched to it: the concrete buildings, handsome craftsman homes, restaurants serving hearty food, the mountains that hide themselves on cloudy days, and the way the downtown streetlights blinking on in the fog feels as warming as slipping into one of the city's ubiquitous cafes and lingering over a cup of coffee."

Seattle Top 10

1. Pike Place Market

2. Space Needle

3. Museum of Pop Culture

4. Puget Sound Ferries

5. Public Art

6. Coffee Culture

7. Capitol Hill

8. Beer Culture in Ballard

9. Discovery Park

10. Belltown Dining

Catch live music in Portland with Lonely Planet Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest travel guide

Lush forests, a pristine coastline, outrageously good food, crisp microbrews, and music and art galore – Pacific Northwesterners have it good and they don’t mind sharing. Lonely Planet is your passport to Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest travel guide

Catch live music in Portland, hike through flower meadows in Mt Rainier National Park, and explore museums and nightlife in Vancouver, BC; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Becky Ohlsen describes why she loves Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest. "For a bookish girl who also enjoys a good craft brew in a dimly lit bar, the pacific northeast is just about perfect: for much of the year, the weather conspires to make you want to curl up around a pint of stout and catch up on your reading. (People read a lot here, and they like talking about what they're reading). When you add in the unbelievable variety of outdoor fun - hiking trails through mossy forests, rugged beaches, pointy mountains, all those rivers - this part of the world is hard to beat."

Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest Top 10

1. Portland

2. Mt Rainer National Park

3. Vancouver, BC

4. Columbia River Gorge

5. Live Music

6. Orcas

7. Microbreweries

8. Space Needle

9. Native American Culture

10. Crater Lake National Park

Fall in love with Cefalù with Lonely Planet Sicily travel guide

Eternal crossroads of the Mediterranean, the gorgeous island of Sicily continues to lure travellers with its dazzling diversity of landscapes and cultural treasures. Lonely Planet is your passport to Sicily, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

Sicily travel guide

Swoon at the layers of history in Syracuse, stroll around the Valley of the Temples, and fall in love with Cefalù; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Gregor Clark describes why he loves Sicily. "Decades after my first visit, I still find Sicily one of the world's most captivating places. Among the island's innumerable charms, here are a few personal favourites: the ever present scent of lemon trees, the purity of dawn light on terracotta walls, the colourful decrepitude of Palermo's markets, the drama of stromboli erupting against a darkening sky, the sense that history lurks always just around the next corner, the reflective marble glow of late-night Ortygia and Marsala streets, the lonely majesty of Segesta, the exotic flavours of Sicilian food and the island's endless cultural complexities."

Sicily Top 10

1. Syracuse

2. Valley of the Temples

3. Cefalù

4. Aeolian Islands

5. Palermo

6. Open-Air Performances

7. Markets

8. Villa Romana del Casale

9. Smouldering Volcanoes

10. Erice

Hear the blues at Rosa’s Lounge with Lonely Planet Chicago city guide

Steely skyscrapers, top chefs, rocking festivals – the Windy City will blow you away with its low-key cultured awesomeness. Lonely Planet is your passport to Chicago, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

Chicago city guide

Wander the marble corridors of the Art Institute of Chicago, sample a range of global eats in buzzy restaurants, or hear the blues at Rosa’s Lounge; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Karla Zimmerman describes why she loves Chicago. "I've lived in Chicago for almost 30 years, and the skyline still kills me. Every time I take the train toward downtown it's like the buildings suddenly pop up and expand storybook-style. I never get bored here; there's something groovy happening nightly. Like tonight: should I listen to an Afrobeat ensemble playing at SummerDance, see free improv at the neighborhood dive bar, or watch a musical about the bubonic plague at a strorefront theater. Mostly I love how total strangers watching a Cubs or Hawks game in a bar become high-fiving pals by evening's end."

Chicago Top 10

1. Art Institute of Chicago

2. Global Eats

3. Millennium Park

4. Architecture Cruises

5. Blues & Rock

6. Public Art

7. Sky-High Views

8. Comedy Theater

9. Wrigley Field

10. Navy Pier

Visit the Guinness Storehouse with Lonely Planet Dublin city guide

A small capital with a huge reputation, Dublin has a mix of heritage and hedonism that will not disappoint. All you have to do is show up. Lonely Planet is your passport to Dublin, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

Lonely Planet Dublin city guide

Find your perfect Dublin pub, see the Book of Kells at Trinity College library, and explore the city’s foodie scene; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Fionn Davenport describes why he loves Dublin. "At Dublin airport I get into a taxi. Within 10 minutes the driver and I know everything about each other. Where we were born, where we grew up, which football team we support. He gives me his potted view of why Irish politics is a waste of space, and I tell him what I liked about whatever destination I've just been to. That's Dublin for you, a city that dispenses with formalities and gets down to the nitty-gritty of every day existence. We may never see each other again, but in that moment we are friends."

Dublin Top 10

1. A Dublin Pub

2. Trinity College

3. National Museum of Ireland

4. Huge Lane Gallery, Dublin

5. Dining Scene

6. Kilmainham Gaol

7. Guinness Storehouse

8. Chester Beatty Library

9. St Stephen's Green

10. National Gallery

Stroll the cobblestoned streets of Old Montréal with Lonely Planet Montréal & Quebec city guide


Witness a French-infused city that’s in love with festivals, the arts, good food, living well and enjoying life to the hilt. Lonely Planet is your passport to Montreal & Quebec City, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.

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Stroll the cobblestoned streets of Old Montréal, walk the forested paths of Parc du Mont-Royal, and wander galleries of treasures at Beaux-Arts de Montréal; all with your trusted travel companion.

Lonely Planet writer Phillip Tang describes why he loves Montreal & Quebec city. "The Frenchness of Montréal is no whisper. I'm always taken by the grungy francophone beat mixed into its music and film festivals. I love their thoughtful European appreciation of everything from theater and comedy, to pastries and bagels. I could linger hours in cafes and terraces in the wings of golden buildings, or stroll the entire city seeking street murals. Locals have enlightened me to Montréal's winter pleasures - its coziness, outdoor thrills and apple ice cider. And this city that's mastered winter also knows how to go nuts in summer."

Montréal & Quebec city Top 10

1. Old Montréal

2. Parc du Mont-Royal

3. Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal

4. Old Port

5. Basilique Notre-Dame

6. Rue st-Denis

7. Canal de Lachine

8. Musical Montréal

9. Parc Jean-Drapeau

10. Marche Jean-Talon