Québec City is a mix‘n’match of cutting edge and traditional, English and French, New World and Old. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is also the only walled city in North America
As well as being the birthplace of the American Revolution, Boston has always influenced much of the USA’s way of life, from politics to music
With its mixture of French and English, ancient and modern, tradition and innovation, Montréal is North America’s most cosmopolitan city – perfect for a short break
Famed for its unspoiled scenery, world-class seafood and Celtic heritage, Nova Scotia was settled by the Scots, Irish and French. This summer, go for a fascinating pot-pourri of tradition
In old England, autumn means dull brown leaves and misty mornings; in New England, fall signals a rash of brightly-coloured leaves, clear sunny days and crisp nights. Glorious!
Rugged and rocky: that’s Maine, with a long coastline punctuated by islands large and small. Remote and romantic, most are accessed only by ferry – making them perfect getaways this summer!
Florida is all about theme parks and thrill rides, right? Wrong. For real lift-off, the most exciting day out is an hour from Orlando: Kennedy Space Center