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

Inspiring guides for your holiday to Quebec

Here in the largest of the Canadian Provinces you’ll enjoy an incredible blend of British, French and North American cultural influences. Quebec offers amazing diversity with its rugged mountain ranges, boreal forests and the vibrant cities of Montreal and Quebec City.  

From National Parks, road trips to indulging in the vibrant food and drink scene our guides will help you get the very best from Quebec adventure.

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Top 10 National Parks in Quebec

We fully explore the Québec's wilderness that plays host to some of Canada’s most extraordinary national parks - all of which present many opportunities to get up-close with nature and enjoy the freedom of the great outdoors.

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.

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.

Top 10 things to do in Mont Tremblant

At just under 3,000 feet tall, it’ll come as no surprise that Mont Tremblant is a popular choice for skiers. That’s not all though. This outdoor playground is home to a plethora of activities, and here are some of our favourites.

Exploring Montreal's thriving art scene

Montreal has been long-renowned for it's thriving art scene, and is known as one of North America's most creative cities. It's also emerging as one of the most exciting places to witness boundary-breaking art. We have listed the city's top art-spotting venues, from magnificent museums to cosy art cafes.

Exploring Quebec city's tourist neighbourhoods

Quebec City is home to a fantastic number of characterful neighbourhoods, each offering a unique experience; from the historic cobbled streets of Vieux-Quebec to the bohemian boutiques and markets of Saint-Jean.

Exploring Montreal's tourist neighbourhoods

Renowned as the cultural capital of Canada, this French-speaking city offers distinct personalities in each of it's wonderful neighbourhoods. From the beautiful Centre-Ville and bustling Vieux-Montreal, to the authentic restaurants and shops of China Town and Little Italy, there is an abundance of creative neighbourhoods to explore.

Indulge in Quebec City's food & drink scene

Quebec City is renowned for it's sumptuous dining scene, and with so much delectable cuisine to try in a vast choice of incredible venues, it can be hard to decide where to eat; we've selected some of our favourite and most authentic options for those travelling to the city for a short break.

Experience the autumn colours of eastern Canada

New England does not have the monopoly on glorious colourful displays of autumn foliage. Its near neighbours of Ontario and Quebec in Canada has tree-clad rolling countryside to rival that of Vermont and New Hampshire.

Indulge in Montreal's food & drink scene

Listed as one of the world's top foodie cities, Montreal offers a thriving food and drink scene, from it's divine restaurants and quirky bars to its wonderful selection of microbreweries, wine lounges and farmers' markets; we've compiled a list of some of the greatest venues the city has to offer.

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