Autumn colours in Quebec
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Aerial view of Lake Sacacomie, Quebec
Bic National Park, Quebec
Monroe Lake, Quebec
Old Montreal, Bonsecours Market, Quebec
Perce Rock in Quebec

Quebec holidays - Cultural, beautiful and friendly

Thanks to its French origin, the region’s cities feature beautiful architecture and cuisine, whilst the province of Quebec is also home to impressive natural landscapes and cultural attractions. This bountiful land composed of protected areas, boreal, forests, lakes and mountains as well as the vibrant cities of Montréal and Québec City are great to explore the whole year round.

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Quebec Overview

Québec, a unique place in North America and the largest province of Canada, has many assets. Visitors enjoy its incredible cultural blend of French, Amerindian and British origin. The cheerful and friendly locals, the Quebecers, love nothing more than a good laugh and a delicious meal. Its European feel and history has made Québec a favourite tourist destination for all.

Explore Quebec

Quebec City, the capital of Quebec, is in the south of the province and is the centre of Francophile culture in North America. Montreal is the largest city in Canada and includes of the country’s top attractions including the Montreal Casino and the Notre-Dame Basilica. The cities of Riviere-du-loup, Tadoussac and Trois Riviere all sit on the St. Lawrence River which cuts through Quebec from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Lake Ontario.

The fortifications of Quebec City include some 4.6km of walls and imposing gates to Things to do in. Chateau Frontenac is perhaps the city’s most photographed building and sums up the architecture and beauty of Quebec. Historic Old Wendake is a fantastic display of the Huron-Wendat people and culture, a self-governing nation. The Onhoüa Cheteke village is a traditional Huron-Wendat reservation and showcases the arts and culture of the indigenous people of the province.

When to go to Quebec

Quebec’s climate is impacted by its varied landscape and the size of the province. Quebec City can see average summer highs of around 25°C in July and winter lows of around -17.6°C.

Visiting Quebec

Montmorency Falls is a beautiful sight that encapsulates the essence of the natural landscape of the province. The cable car is an excellent way to see the falls from above this beautiful park. The Pac national de la Jacques-Cartier boasts epic mountain views of the lake and is an ideal spot of kayaking, fishing and hiking. Quebec City is rich in culture and offers a fantastic and cosmopolitan contrast to the surrounding landscape. The Citadelle is a popular attraction and formed part of the city’s historical fortifications. The existing star-shaped fortifications were built by the British between 1820 and 1831.

Holiday highlights

  • Fortifications of Quebec
  • Wendake
  • Parliament hill
  • Old Quebec, a Unesco World Heritage site.
  • Place-Royale
  • St Lawrence River
  • Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier
  • St Anne-de-Beaupré shrine
  • The cable car at Montmorency Falls Park
  • Plains of Abraham
Quebec Inspiration
Rope bridge in Saquenay Lac Saint Jean, Quebec

Top 10 national parks in Quebec

Cherished for its joie de vivre, the French-speaking province of Quebec does natural splendour on an epic scale.

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Winter in Old Quebec City

Top 10 photogenic wonders in Quebec

We visit ten of the most iconic places that make the epic province of Quebec one of Canada’s most photogenic.

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Driving through Quebec

Road tripping Quebec

Think of an road trip, and no doubt America's Route 66 will come to mind. But how about a road trip that’s much more unique? A drive through Canada's Quebec is full of culture, stunning natural beauty, and fascinating history.

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