Quebec Travel Tips
Much of Quebec's geography is breathtaking. Canada's largest province, a vast territory three times the size of France, encompasses windswept Arctic tundra in the north; rich, rugged, wild boreal forests in the middle; lush, rolling farmland in the south; and convoluted seascapes in the east.
Montreal well deserves its international reputation as a happening, hip amalgam of culture, style, diversity and unqualified presence. Captivating, historic Quebec City is easily the country's most European-flavored destination.
Montreal is Canada's second largest city and considered by many to be "the cultural-capital of Canada." It was recently named the UNESCO city of design and is a huge economic and cultural ...
Quebec is one of the oldest cities in North America, dating back to the 17th century, and is heavily influenced by European, especially French, culture. The city is divided between the Old Town and ...
Montreal is a short 250-kilometer journey south of Quebec City, or about a three-hour drive by car. While both cities are extremely important to Quebec and the province’s history, each is entirely ...
Old Montreal is best explored by foot – there’s no better way to fully appreciate the beautiful buildings and historic charm. On a guided walking tour, a local will lead you around the district, ...
Written by Bart Ray, October 2011
Did the Trans Canadian hwy in 2010 and loved it all, even the flat land. With trepidation ,the french area had me nervous
Found the people friendly and helpful, as was all of Canada.
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, June 2012
like all multicultural cities, is not short on places to dine, drink,
or munch; especially in the downtown area, you’ll find as many Asian and
European cuisine choices as you would in ...
Bagels in the United States are synonymous with New York, but few Americans are aware that Montreal is also renowned for these breakfast breads. The Montreal bagel , however, is distinct from the ...
Montreal has got a lot going for it. As one of the most exciting, cosmopolitan, and richly cultured cities in all of Canada ,
it’s easy to get lost in the city’s various attractions. But to do ...
Foodies across the globe are throwing themselves behind a new culinary movement advocating dining in the dark. Originating in Europe, the movement has migrated across the ocean and landed in downtown ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2011
Who among us hasn't fantasized about replacing a golden idol with a
bag of sand; deftly avoiding native booby traps; using a whip to escape
from Nazis; traipsing around places like the Amazon, ...
Montreal is Canada ’s
largest French-speaking city and it’s here that you’ll find locals with
a large source of pride and a unique blend of modern city dynamics
mixed with historic charm. And ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
When visiting Montreal, it is worth a trip to the city’s Botanical Gardens. With ten greenhouses, thirty gardens, and more than 22,000 plant species, the Jardin Botanique is one of the largest of ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, July 2011
Dane Cook, Jon Stewart, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Jerry Seinfeld... as
well as being funny and awesome, these stars have also previously
appeared at Montreal's “Just for Laughs”
Written by Mike B., Canada, October 2011
Would recommend a tour to this wonderful old city; and quot;the Paris of North America and quot;. Explore Old Montreal: rich in history, architecture and archaeological remains dating back to the ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
Of all the places famous for a warm, yummy bagel, Montreal
may not pop up in your head as a typical place to go. Yet few know that
Montreal actually has its own variety of bagel, which is ...
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