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A sense of celebration and enjoyment permeates every aspect of life in Québec. Festivals fill every season in the French-Canadian province, with parties for everything from jazz and classical music to craft beer, folklore, and hot air balloons. Québec’s long winter is just another reason to get together and dance in outdoor ice palaces or race boats across a frozen river.
The region’s joie de vivre has roots in its French heritage – but the culture that you’ll find here is something new and completely unique. Populated by French speakers (most of whom also speak English), Québec’s distinct personality makes it a captivating destination for travelers.
Québec is the largest of Canada’s ten provinces and best known its historic capital of Québec City and the magnetic metropolis of Montréal. Founded in 1608 as the headquarters of New France, Québec City is an incredibly well-preserved fortified town. Its ramparts soar 200-feet over the St. Lawrence River, delighting travelers with jaw-dropping views. Inside the walls, a charming Old World atmosphere saturates the cobblestone pathways.
Like Québec City, Montréal is graced with a chic, European air. It’s the cultural and economic capital of French Canada, a lively city infused with a youthful spirit. Enjoy cutting-edge architecture, endless sidewalk cafes, and bustling farmer’s markets – along with one of the hottest culinary scenes in North America.
Go beyond Québec’s cities to discover a vast, rugged countryside of unparalleled beauty and spectacular scenery. Canada’s immense natural environment has shaped the country’s identity, and immersing yourself into the wilds is the best way to connect with the spirit of the land. Explore the friendly fishing villages and rocky coastline of the Gaspé Peninsula. Escape from it all at Îles de la Madeleine or go island-hopping on the wind-hewn Mingan Archipelago.
Embark on a whale watching adventure from the quaint small town of Tadoussac. Cruise through the hilly landscape of Charlevoix, a fertile river region known for is rich farmland, breweries, and artisan restaurants. Share seafood feasts with locals in the Eastern Townships. Find a warm and welcoming region where there’s always time to linger at the dinner table.
Love to ski and snowboard? You’re in luck. Slice down thrilling runs at Mont Tremblant and Mont Blanc in the Laurentian Mountains, about 90 miles west of Montréal. In the summer, this European-style Alpine village offers golf, hiking, and mountain biking. A few hours away at La Mauricie National Park, you can canoe in 150 forested lakes, swim at waterfalls, and sleep to the sounds of loon cries.
With a profound history, unique culture, and mind-blowing natural attractions, the province of Québec will thrill your spirit and ignite your passion for travel.