Whether you want to visit the glitzy Manhattan skyscrapers that thread New York’s skyline or Washington’s monument-studded National Mall, holidays in the USA are always a thrill. In San Francisco, take the rattly cable car to Fisherman’s Wharf to dine on fresh seafood with sourdough bread, or get into the hot Latino rhythm at Miami’s coral coast.
Take a holiday in Canada and explore the sprawling Rocky Mountains or savour the Atlantic Ocean's salty breezes. The bustling multiculturalism of Vancouver and Toronto will make your holidays in Canada an exciting escape. Go fishing at one of thousands of freshwater lakes, or surf the waves at Pacific Ocean beaches in British Columbia.
Hawaii is blessed with beautiful beaches, natural beauty and a diverse culture. Its warm year round climate make holidays in Hawaii the perfect sunshine getaway. This idyllic destination consists of six volcanic islands, each with its own personality. From the natural wonders of Kauai to the metropolitan feel of Oahu and the luxurious resorts of Maui.
Montreal is often described as the perfect blend between Boston and Paris, and this cosmopolitan Canadian city offers both the lifestyle and architecture of Europe and the fast pace of its American counterparts. Local writer Catherine Maisonneuve shares her tips on where to sleep, eat and visit during your 48-hour trip in the most vibrant city in ''la belle province".Read article
Vibrant, multicultural Toronto is Canada’s arts and entertainment capital, dubbed ‘The 6’ by its famous son, rapper Drake. Buzzing with festivals and activities inspired by its global citizens and an energetic food scene, residents are justifiably proud of urban neighbourhoods and a glittering waterfront skyline. Local film and travel writer Linda Barnard let us in on the best places to eat, sleep and visit in her home city.Read article
Surrounded by both the ocean and the mountains, Vancouver is a vibrant city that appears to have it all – natural beauty, an exciting multicultural foodie scene and plenty of opportunities for wild encounters. Local writer Johanna Read shares her highlights for a 48-hour visit to Canada’s largest western city.Read article