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.
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
The city of Montreal sees the nearby meeting of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, and the city’s port sits on the river gateway that travels from the Great Lakes and opens up into the Atlantic ...
Written by Jessica F, March 2013
Spring is a great time to visit Montreal, with generally pleasant weather and much to do and see. While the past years have brought milder, warmer spring months, it is still smart to pack layers as ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, February 2012
Craving chocolate in Quebec ? Here are our top picks for chocolatiers in Montreal ! Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Montreal Things To Do blog . Visit the original post ...
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2011
Montreal evokes a little bit of Paris in North America. The city’s joie de vivre is
palpable everywhere you go. You can see its 400-year-old history best
in Vieux Montreal, the city’s old town, ...
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2012
Surely there is no shortage of cafes, bistros, and restaurants in Old Montreal ,
but deciding where to best spend your limited time at one can be
tricky. Fear not—greatness is in no short supply ...
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