Features - North America
A river runs through it
surfing Montreal’s St. Lawrence River
Montreal takes its name from the triplet of hills called Mount Royal that rise from the heart of the city, but its true life force lies in the St. Lawrence River. This waterway flows around the city, connecting it to the Great Lakes and, finally, the mighty Atlantic Ocean to the east.
Even as summer temperatures soar, this hip Southern capital city has myriad places to keep you cool. Visit Atlanta and discover why it’s a cultural and culinary destination.
Articles - North America
Centennial Park District, Atlanta
Atlanta’s thriving downtown has something to charm visitors of all ages, and the beating heart of this Southern metropolis is just waiting to be explored.
Spring is a time of renewal in New England, and the weather can be sunny and glorious. As trees and flowers bud and bloom, Bostonians emerge from their winter lairs to enjoy the sights of this historic city.
Adventures in architecture
Sleek design has played an important role throughout Chicago’s history. Guidebook author Kate Silver takes us on a quick tour through the past and present of the city’s building blocks.
Atlanta’s great outdoors
With Qatar Airways launching flights to Atlanta on June 1, travel writer and long-time resident Jennifer Bradley Franklin shares insider tips on out-of-doors exploring in The Big Peach.
24 Hours in Atlanta
Atlanta is a vibrant metropolis, home to a burgeoning culinary scene, shopping to suit every taste, and myriad opportunities to be outdoors. While a day merely scratches the surface, with insider knowledge of where to go and what to explore, you’ll get a taste of the city’s charms – and its signature Southern hospitality.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach
The stylish new hotel marks the first phase of openings in the Faena District Miami Beach, a new neighbourhood rooted in arts and culture.
Tremont Street, Boston
In Boston’s South End, Tremont Street, with its trendy boutique shops, chef-owned restaurants, cafés, and historic architecture, is a favourite haunt of residential design consultant Louis Ashman.
The Villages of Boston
Ayesha Khan takes us on a tour through the past and present of four distinct quarters of Boston, the town she’s lovingly called her second home for over 20 years.