A Guide to London

World-class fashion and theatre, unrivalled music and clubbing, and a stunning, eclectic array of bars and restaurants are all wrapped up in a city built on historical grandeur. London is chic, royal, cutting-edge, ever-changing and always fascinating.

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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 Phoenix

Phoenix – a desert oasis rising from the ruins of an ancient people, like its legendary namesake. A top resort and spa destination, this sprawling metropolis attracts the modern pioneer, ready to embrace the casual lifestyle in the Valley of the Sun.

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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 Winnipeg

Winnipeg is the capital city of the Manitoba province, and is home to some of the largest arts festivals in the world. With four professional sports teams and a reputation as the dining capital of Canada, Winnipeg invites you to sample its treasures.

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A Guide to Victoria

Home to a rich indigenous culture, the city of Victoria is testament to unique facets of history, architecture and a dynamic spirit. Blessed with a pleasant Mediterranean climate, Victoria’s pleasing corners feature the charm of a coastal town and the bustling atmosphere of a modern city. Its stunning architectural sprawl, its assemblage of floral gardens,…

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A Guide to Ottawa

From the Canadian Tulip Festival to Winterlude to the Museum of Civilization, a city once considered the quintessential government town has recast itself, along with neighbouring, French-speaking Hull, Quebec, as a vibrant, multicultural community.

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A Guide to San Francisco

The City By The Bay: charm, fine-dining, and avant-culture in one of the world’s greatest natural settings. Ride a cable car, windsurf near the Golden Gate Bridge, or scribble poetry in a North Beach cafe.

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A Guide to Paris

Lovers flock from all over the world for Paris’ legendary romance. Wander the banks of the Seine, admire the paintings in the Louvre and enjoy what Paris is famous for: the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame and the haute couture.

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