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If ever a city could be described as a multicultural melting pot, it has to be Toronto – its network of diverse neighborhoods shows off cuisines, languages, and culture from all over the globe.

New York

This epic urban playground is a movie set come to life, and whether you’re skipping down Broadway or taking street art selfies in the Meatpacking District, the Big Apple makes you the star of the show.


In Old Montreal, a ride in a horse-drawn cart is a necessity, while the old bookstores and vintage shops of Plateau Mont Royal invite hours of browsing.

Niagara Falls

Rainbows flow out from the mist, the air is full of daredevil tales, and the greatest falls in the northern hemisphere thunder into the chasm.


Gastown has a delightfully pioneering feel, with dim lamplight and rattling trolleycars, while Downtown Vancouver is a gleaming ode to modernity, with leafy squares and flagship shopping malls.


With a majestic mountain backdrop and a world famous annual stampede, this is Canada’s greatest rodeo city and a perfect springboard to the great Canadian Rockies.


You can’t beat the sight of St. Paul’s Cathedral at sunset, or the pomp and ceremony of the changing of the guard for that quintessential London experience.


A booming city in the otherwise vast expanse of Canadian prairie, Edmonton boasts the biggest in North America, and the stunning River Valley, which stretches from urban parkland to true wilderness.


Neo-Gothic architecture adds grandeur to the cityscape, while the Rideau Canal is ideal for winter skating and summer boating and the top-class museums will keep culture-seekers busy.

Las Vegas

Everything centers on the Strip, where casino resorts compete to be the most extravagant, with replicas of world monuments and a whole lot of razzle dazzle.


Against the backdrop of the Louvre, the Pont des Arts bristles with love locks, the Eiffel Tower is a magnet for swooning couples, and the bohemian Left Bank is where would-be poets still wander.


Topped by the spires of Chateau Frontenac, the Old Town is a warren of cobbled streets and French-style café culture, and year-round festivities add a true holiday atmosphere.


The town has a frontier feel to it, and is the gateway to world-class skiing, mountain adventures, and lake excursions in the ethereal Canadian Rockies.


Have a riot on Navy Pier, which buzzes with high-octane leisure activities, or take in the panoramic views from the sky deck of the Willis Tower – it’s particularly spectacular at sunset.

San Francisco

When mists roll over the Golden Gate Bridge, it’s a mystical sight, while exuberant family fun can be had on Fisherman’s Wharf, where sea lions flap in the sun.


Mopeds whiz past the Colosseum and Pantheon, crowds swarm around the Renaissance-era Trevi Fountain, and the whole city feels set for theatrics on a grand scale.


Symbolized by its still-futuristic Space Needle tower, Seattle is a city which pushes at the boundaries of rock and electronic music, artisan coffee, and urban design.


The historic district of Port Credit draws locals and visitors alike with its quaint brownstone buildings and lively jazz festivals, while the Mississauga Art Gallery is a top attraction.


Take a horse-drawn ride past the illuminated parliament buildings at dusk, and it’s a fairy tale, but beyond that, a cosmopolitan, rapidly modernizing city awaits.


With a dazzling array of theme parks, from Disney World to SeaWorld to Universal Studios, Orlando is a realm of colorful fantasy which will keep the whole clan entertained.

Miami Beach

Glittering hotel resorts overlook endless stretches of golden beaches, while the surf’s always up. You can party hard after hitting the beach, or go boutique shopping in the Art Deco district.


The historic district boasts stately red-brick buildings and trees that blaze into color in the fall, while in the restaurants on the waterfront you can tuck into lobster rolls and creamy chowder.


Out in the wilds of Manitoba, where polar bears roam and huge lakes fracture the land, the city of Winnipeg offers a burgeoning foodie scene and a superb collection of folk culture museums.

San Diego

The San Diego Zoo is world-famous, and over 100 years old, while theme parks abound with high-octane rides and dazzling shows offering endless family adventures.


Take on Tokyo’s Shibuya Crossing at the end of the working day and it seems that the whole world is here, in a futuristic cityscape that is bathed in neon lights.


With its magenta sunsets, swaying palm trees, and world-class surf, all along the edge of a bustling metropolis, Honolulu is the best of Hawaii jammed into a small, sweet package.


Bars and shops line La Rambla, the beach district offers great nightlife into the very small hours, and everywhere you’ll see Gaudi’s madcap influence decorating the city.


Whether you want to do some heroic heli-skiing on extreme terrain or whizz about on a snowmobile, Whistler Blackcomb is a snow-swept paradise you’ll never want to leave.


Stately Richmond has grand museums dedicated to American history, influences from both north and south, while soul food features big on the city’s menus.


Anaheim centers on the magical Disneyland and you’ll be swept into fantasy lands – though if you do want to get out, the wider Orange County is blessed with beaches and vineyards.

Los Angeles

From the Walk of Fame, crammed with tourists, to the hip hangout of Venice Beach, this is a chameleon of a city with a sheen of glamour, but plenty of hard-working grit.


A focal point in the Alberta wilds, outdoor sports fanatics flock here in their droves for Nordic skiing, caving, kayaking, and mountain-biking in sight of the Three Sisters mountains.

New Orleans

There’s a magnetic energy around the bohemian, historic French Quarter which draws people in, particularly to the suitably decadent nightlife core of Bourbon Street.


Amsterdam is as laid-back and picturesque as it’s possible to be; hop on a bike and explore the canal paths, and pay a visit to the museums, including the emotionally powerful Anne Frank House.


Hugged by the South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon is exceptionally photogenic, but its real delights lie in the pioneer-history museums and uber-inventive indie restaurants.


Down on the waterfront, there are seafood restaurants and historic treasures spilling from the cheery clapboard buildings, while music festivals and farmers’ markets light up the city’s parks year-round.


Almost every inch of Venice is a carefully-crafted artwork, from romantic structures like the Bridge of Sighs, to the voluptuous domes of Saint Mark’s Basilica.


Portland is a metropolis with keen eco-credentials and plenty of organic-coffee-swilling bohemians enjoying the riverside parks and touring its brewpubs or nearby vineyards.


Scotland’s biggest city has a rich cultural scene and a humming nightlife, with iconic entertainment venues like the Arches, while the Mackintosh-designed landmarks and galleries are well worth exploring.


Monuments to past presidents give Washington's landscape a stately allure, while the multiple branches of the Smithsonian will take you back through time and through the reaches of space.

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale ranges from the quaint and arty atmosphere of Las Olas Boulevard, to the party-ready beach bars, drawing in cruise ship crowds and Spring Break students.


The city at the heart of Canada’s wine-growing region, Kelowna's historic downtown is worth exploring, although most visitors can’t wait to get out on kayaks, bikes, or vineyard tours.


See the world’s tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa, as well as palatial hotels, fantastical man-made islands, and sleek malls and nightspots, as well as family attractions including an underwater zoo.


Sun-drenched Doral is one of Florida’s great golfing centers but away from the manicured greens and classy club houses, there are boutique malls and a sizzling Latin American food scene.


The beautiful Uffizi Gallery contains countless Renaissance treasures, but it is the Florence skyline, dominated by the unmissable Duomo, which is the real masterpiece.


It may look as pretty as a snow-globe, but Mont-Tremblant is a full-throttle ski resort in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains, that in summer is transformed for forest adventure and rafting.


Straddling Europe and Asia, Istanbul is an intoxicating blend of East and West, where haunting calls emanate from the city’s minarets while its many mosques are dazzling in their splendor.


The capital of Canada’s prairie country, Regina has the Wascana Centre at its heart offering nature trails and handsome museums but you can also party in Regina's rocking pub scene.


From the revered halls of Trinity College to the jaunty drinking dens of Temple Bar, breezy walks on the coast, amazing folk music and historical treasures, Dublin is the place to be.


Located just north of Toronto, Vaughan has bags of its own personality, with attractions including a vast reptile zoo and the country’s largest theme park, Canada’s Wonderland.