Montreal & Quebec city 1 (City guide)

Montreal Quebec city City guide The old world grandeur and new world hipness of Montr al and Qu bec City will seduce you Relive history in their cobblestone streets discover their vibrant neighborhoods party with their convivial l

  • Title: Montreal & Quebec city 1 (City guide)
  • Author: Eilís Quinn
  • ISBN: 174104006X
  • Page: 355
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  • The old world grandeur and new world hipness of Montr al and Qu bec City will seduce you Relive history in their cobblestone streets, discover their vibrant neighborhoods, party with their convivial locals, and embrace it all with a joie de vivred an appetite This savvy, indispensable guide s Montr al based author reveals the magic and magnificence of francophone Canada s sparkling crown jewels.

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    • Estructurado por "temas" y no por zonas pero muy completa. Tiene sus años y sigue aportando benas pistas. Buena compra


    • I find Lonely Planet guidebooks the most practically useful of all travel guidebooks. I find the Montreal/Quebec City to be definitely no exception. Just the maps in the book make it extremely worthwhile other maps are needed. Interviews with Montreal/Quebec City residents provide informative and real insider information about the cities, as do sections on history, culture and the arts. Information is adequately up-to-date. I highly recommend this book for anyone making a trip to one or both o [...]



    • I think I've finally realized that I don't really like lonely planet guides. They try to be something for everyone and while there are some clues to what you're getting yourself into, a guide that includes both places for raves and early bird dinners, just has too much for me. It did provide one good tip for live music, but I probably could have gotten that easily some other way (online, asking locals, etc). I recommend Frommers 3-day guide and Eat.Shop.Montreal for a visit. It does have good ma [...]


    • This guide was invaluable during my recent trip to Montreal- the maps were great- having the reviewed places marked on the maps made life a lot easier. I just wish it were bigger.


    • Went to Montreal for the first time in August 2008. This guide does a great job of letting you know about activities off the beaten path. For example, every Sunday in the summer there is a drum jam by the University in a park by the hill (it's called the tam tam jam). It's like Woodstock and totally made the trip for me. No other guide book discussed it, but this one did.


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