When it’s cold for as long as it is in this country, it’s best to simply bundle up and embrace the season for all it’s worth.
Only 80 miles north of Montreal, Mont-Tremblant is a beckoning winter oasis for skiers and nonskiers alike.
With its cultural scene, fine dining and luxe hotels, Canada’s second-biggest city warrants being your first choice for a quick trip.
Montreal and Halifax are separated by 800-plus miles, but are joined together by a train and tremendous culinary and cultural experiences.
We chose five themed — but upscale — suites, primed for one-of-a-kind stays, or even a party. Read on for our picks.
Summer is the hot season for celebrating food and wine — warm weather months set the stage for a slew of culinary festivals, including the weird (think Montana’s World Championship Rocky Mountain Oyster Festival) and the major — Aspen’s Food & Wine Classic. From Montreal to California and garlic to beer, check out Forbes Travel Guide’s picks of the five best food and drink events this summer.