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

Discover one of Canada's most cultural provinces

Due to its French origin, this eclectic province is one of the most cultural and historical in Canada. The cities here are doused in history, with incredible architecture that will make your jaw drop and a thriving foodie scene full of flavour, whilst the more rural parts are just as vibrant and beautiful.

Montreal, Quebec City, Trois Riviere, Tadoussac…there’s so much wonderful European heritage to discover in these fascinating destinations.

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Quebec Locations

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Montreal

Energetic and cosmopolitan, a blend of North American and European influences can be found across the city of Montreal. Set against bustling downtown’s array of shops and museums is Quays of the Old Port, a trendy and vibrant, restaurant filled area in Old Montreal.

Riviere-du-Loup

Set on the southern banks of the St. Lawrence River, Riviere-du-Loup is a charming waterfront town steeped in 19th Century heritage. With plenty of quaint dining options be sure to take in some of the local seafood fare such as lobster and regional shellfish.

Tadoussac

This charming coastal village boasts a wonderful bay and picturesque, boat filled harbour. Tadoussac offer convenient access to several Provincial natural parks as well as the rugged beauty of the Saguenay Fjord and its excellent facilities for whale watching.

Trois Riviere

Trois Riviéres sits mid-way between Montreal and Quebec City and therefore makes an ideal stopping off spot. Rich in maritime history, stroll through the charming streets of Old Trois Riviéres before heading to the vibrant, bistro lined sidewalks of downtown Trois Riviéres.

Quebec City

With its fortified walls and evocative architecture, Quebec City effortlessly maintains its European influences. With winding cobbled streets, the vibrant historic centres of the Old Town and its neighbouring districts offer charming and enticing bistros and sidewalk cafes.

Mont Tremblant

Set amid the spectacular Laurentian Mountains, the upscale Mont Tremblant comprises the historic Village areas and the modern but equally quaint cobblestoned resort district. Offering year round activity; winter-sports, hiking, sledding and an amazing summer festival schedule.

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