Frommer's Guide to Montreal and Quebec City.
With the American dollar continuing strong against the Canadian, Montreal and Quebec are sure to remain two of the best-loved (and most-visited) Canadian cities. Over 1 million people attend Quebec City's International Summer Festival in July and approximately 9 million visitors traveled to Montreal in 1997. This brand-new edition from Frommer's is packed with dozens of new restaurant reviews, and all the details on what to see and do.
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