Quebec Attractions

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Lachine Canal (Canal de Lachine)

Running from Old Montreal to Lake St. Louis in western Montreal, Canal de Lachine is a 14.5 kilometer-long (9 miles) inland waterway that was mainly used for ...  Read more

La Fontaine Park

Eighty-four acres of pure bliss – that is what locals are going to describe La Fontaine Park. Right in the hustle and bustle of the city stands a lavish green ...  Read more

La Malbaie

In Quebec’s scenic Charlevoix region, La Malbaie was Canada’s first resort. Known as Murray Bay to the wealthy Americans who holidayed here from the late ...  Read more

Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin)

Located just south of artsy, boho-chic Plateau Mont-Royal, the Latin Quarter has been a center of student life since the 18th century. Now home to one of the ...  Read more

Laurentian Mountains (Les Laurentides)

While the actual mountain range stretches roughly from Ottawa to Charlevoix, the “Laurentides” refers to a mountainous region just north of Montreal. Other ...  Read more

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 33 Reviews

While technically a borough of Montreal, le Plateau-Mont-Royal cannot be defined by geographical zones. Le Plateau is a lifestyle, a mindset, a way of seeing ...  Read more

Little Italy

4.5 star rating: Recommended 14 Reviews

What would a visit to Montreal be without spending some time in gourmet Little Italy? Montreal is nothing if not about food and history, and few other places ...  Read more

Lower Town (Basse-Ville)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 9 Reviews

Wedged between the St Lawrence River and Cap Diamant, Quebec City’s Lower Town (Basse-Ville) is part of the Vieux Quebec UNESCO World Heritage site. Home to ...  Read more

Montmorency Falls

4 star rating: Recommended 396 Reviews

Higher than the Niagara Falls, the impressive Montmorency Falls stand 83 meters (272 feet) tall. The falls form at the mouth of the Montmorency River, where ...  Read more

Montreal Biosphere

A lasting structure and symbol of Expo 67, the Biosphere is a unique architectural treasure of Montreal and the masterpiece of architect Buckminster Fuller.  ...  Read more

Montreal Cruise Port

The largest inland port in the world, Montreal is also the busiest along the St Lawrence River, which links the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean. Founded in ...  Read more

Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art (Musée d'Art Contemporain)

Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to contemporary art, the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art is a showcase of some 7,000 permanent works displayed ...  Read more

Montreal Science Centre

Educational, interactive and entertaining – that is what the Montreal Science Centre is all about. The museum’s surprising exhibitions use extremely modern ...  Read more

Montreal Tower Observatory

4 star rating: Recommended 16 Reviews

Welcome to the tallest inclined tower in the world! At 165 meters high (575 feet) and at a 45-degree angle (Pisa Tower only has a five-degree angle, by ...  Read more

Mont Tremblant

One of the most stunning national parks in the province of Québec, Mont Tremblant doesn’t disappoint. With six major rivers, over 400 lakes and roughly ...  Read more

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