A Guide to Chicago

The old Chicago of belching smokestacks and brawling politicians has given way to world-class museums, architecture, restaurants, hotels and theatres, but it still has the character that earned it the title as the most American of American cities.

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A Guide to Hong Kong

City of the future, boasting an astonishing blend of beautiful mountain parks and vibrant modern architecture. Crowded, chaotic, but always charismatic, Hong Kong remains Asia’s ultimate city sensation.

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A Guide to St. John’s

Ambling along the contours of coastal cliffs, a troupe of cheerfully painted houses in Newfoundland’s capital peer into the harbour below. Interspersed in between are enduring icons of heritage, such as Signal Hill, and quaint fishing pockets of idyll like Quidi Vidi, that sit nestled amid jagged bluffs. From historic lighthouses that safeguard the continent’s…

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A Guide to Quebec City

A city of superlatives: one of Canada’s most historic and picturesque; site of its most famous battle; on the banks of its mightiest river. Add excellent dining, shopping and entertainment, throw in surrounding mountains and forests, and you have Quebec City.

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A Guide to Boston

The most European of American cities, Boston will charm even the most discerning traveler. Perfect to be explored on foot, from the Freedom Trail to Faneuil Hall. Visit this ethnic melting pot of diversity.

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A Guide to New York

The Big Apple, The City That Never Sleeps, The Capital of the World: this magnetic destination has earned countless nicknames. New York City is home to iconic treasures like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center, offering something for absolutely everyone. There’s so much to discover in this celebrated…

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