“Lonely Planet”: The third best city in the world is located in Quebec

Do you dream of visiting one of the best cities on the planet? According to the information, you just need to stay in Montreal Lonely Planet which classified the metropolis third among the most interesting cities to visit on the planet in 2024.

Montreal is on the podium of must-see cities because of its many festivals and events, its unique neighborhoods, culinary scene and art galleries. Lonely Planet in its list, which was revealed on Wednesday.

“This year, with new museums, renovated attractions, increasingly vibrant restaurants and more transportation options that make it easier to access, the metropolitan region is poised for nomination,” the magazine explained, justifying its selection.

Montreal is the only Canadian city to make it into the top 10 cities in 2024. In fact, on its 50th anniversary Lonely Planet has created five different rankings – countries, regions, cities, sustainable development and values ​​– from which Canada is completely excluded, except for Montreal.

Tourisme Montréal was delighted by the recognition given to the metropolis.

“To be one of the top 10 cities in the world in this special edition of 50e anniversary is a real achievement for Montreal, showing that the metropolis offers a truly distinctive attraction to visitors from around the world,” enthused Yves Lalumiere, its president and CEO.

The city was overtaken in the ranking by Paris, which is preparing to host the Summer Olympics, and Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, which is preparing to become a major cultural center.

According to 10 world cities to visit in 2024 Lonely Planet

1 – Nairobi, Kenya

2- Paris, France

3 – Montreal, Canada

4- Mostar, Bosnia

5- Philadelphia, United States of America

6- Manaus, Brazil

7 – Jakarta, Indonesia

8- Prague, Czech Republic

9- Izmir, Turkey

10- Kansas City, United States of America

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