With its four centuries of French heritage and irresistible ‘walled city’ charm, Québec City is among North America’s most unique and appealing destinations. Divided into Upper and Lower Towns, its scenic historic core offers plenty of variety, yet remains compact enough to explore within 48 hours.
Iceland is a captivating destination for any traveler. Volcanoes, glaciers, the wind and the sea merge to create a landscape that is like nowhere else on Earth. Whether you come for the eternal sun of summer or in search of winter’s Northern Lights nature is sure to put on a show. With a host of new low cost flight options from North America and mainland Europe there has never been a better time to visit. Here are a few tips to help you plan your first trip to the land of ice and fire.
As the official capital of the province of Quebec and one of the oldest settlements in North America, Quebec City requires very little presentation. The city is truly deserves a lot more than a rushed, quick-let’s-move-on-to-the-next-place few hours. First time in Quebec City? Here’s everything you need to know. http://toeuropeandbeyond.com/things-to-do-in-quebec-city/ #travel #Quebec #Canada
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The final geographical instalment of the ultimate bucket list series! Here's some serious travel inspo for Canada and the USA! Click through to see where to go in North America (and to leave your own suggestions!)
Despite being skeptical about walking tours, I actully really enjoyed this free walking tour of Mexico City, run by Estacion Mexico. They took us to hidden corners of CDMX and we found places even Mexicans didn't know about!