There is plenty of information about St. John’s, Newfoundland online, and should be looked at by anybody planning a trip to Newfoundland. (Please note that St. John's, Newfoundland is confused by some wisitors with St. John, New Brunswick; every year, a few befuddled air travelers end up in the wrong city.)

            For the first time visitor to the area, a good place to begin doing some research is on the Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism website. This site provides some useful information about the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.  The “General Info” link has plenty of facts and statistics to prepare visitors for coming to this area.

            The City of St. John’s tourism page provides tourist information more specific to the city.  Some of the useful links include accommodations, attractions, city information, cruise information, lifestyle, restaurants, and tours. 

            For general information about the city, check out the  City of St. John's website .  Here, one will find links to the city hall, city services, business information, employment opportunities, and a calendar of events. 

            A great way to get to know a place better is by studying its geography.  Make sure to check out the  map of Canada , the map of Newfoundland , and the map of St. John’s before leaving home. 

            Few countries have embassies located in Newfoundland, but most have one located somewhere within Canada.  For a complete list, including location and contact information, visit embassies in Canada .