The Canadian province Quebec has the Quebec City as its capital, a city where the original city walls, up to this day, remain intact and highly-preserved. No doubt a tourist destination, Quebec City has this old town charm that breathes nostalgic air, thanks to its historic sites and century-old architectures.
America’s major wine-growing region is how Napa Valley is best known, but there is more to this destination than being one of the world’s top wine growing industries. More than tasting sweet grapes, here is where visitors can feast on gourmet dishes and get pampered by high-class spa treatments, relax in the surrounds of a majestic lake and have a leisurely stroll in the plaza.
Richmond, the capital of the US state Virginia, is one of America’s oldest cities, no wonder this region is teeming with impressive historic attractions. In addition to its rich Civil War heritage, Richmond has become a top tourist spot due its unique attributes, such as its local breweries, award-winning wineries, farm-to-table eateries, cutting-edge architecture and extreme water sports.