Popular for its love of living — and French heritage — Quebec is the biggest province in Canada and among the most captivating regions of North America. Simple blue lakes, snow-capped mountains, Whitewater Rivers and ancient villages will charm all those fortunate enough to visit Quebec City. Quebec travel is actually a pleasure for the senses. You'll be winning over by the sumptuous French cuisine, world-class art museums, stunning architecture and vibrant music scene in Montreal and Quebec City. Smaller villages in the countryside give tourists a taste of the picturesque French Canadian lifestyle, with charming inns and farmhouses waiting for visitors.
Quebec is a spot where North American and European culture meets in complete harmony, so that travelers can appreciate Canada's easy-going and friendly atmosphere with a taste of French magic. Our Quebec travel guide highlights the best that this northern destination has to give.
• See the Montmorency Falls Sibling of Niagara Falls.
• Know about the First Nations group of Wendake, Huron-Wendat Reserve.
• Take a day trip to the stunning island of Île d'Orléans on the St. Lawrence River.
• Tour of the Jacques-Cartier National Park.
• Visit the temple of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré.
• Exploration of the Citadel of Quebec.
• Grab a tea at Fairmont Le Chatêau Frontenac for the afternoon.
• Cycling at Gatineau Park.
It is important to remember the weather when preparing to fly to Quebec. June to September is the most common time to come when the temperatures of the 70's and summer festivals abound. As all of Canada, winters get really cold and rainy, but don't let that deter you from loving your time. Quebecers are filling their weekends in January and February with festivities and festivities. Fall is a lovely season to enjoy the hot yellows and reds of falling leaves in parks and forests. The temperature in the spring is warm and rainy. Temperatures do not increase from the 30's until March or April, but this season is the prime harvesting of maple syrup. Sidle up to the Sugar Cabanes outside Quebec City to watch the tree sap bubble in sweet maple syrup.
Area: 484.1 km²
Population: 5.42 lakhs (2017) United Nations
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