The updated Green Guide Canada, divided into regions, presents the best of the country:  top attractions and activities, multiple driving tours and itineraries, shopping and nightlife, and suggested hotels and restaurants. Step onto a glacier in Alberta, take in a curling match in Manitoba, or brush up on your French in Quebec.  With Michelin’s celebrated star-rating system and trusted advice, you’ll be able to craft your own travel adventure and discover Canada’s diverse landscapes, history and culture.

One Response to Canada

  1. Ajax says:

    At the turn of the 20th century Michelin created the MICHELIN Guide, its first travel publication in an effort to support motorists to travel in the recently introduced automobile. Since then, hundreds of other travel guides have been developed to increase and satisfy the human spirit’s search of adventure. I think this is helpful to me, Thanks for valuable information….

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