Québec tailor-made holidays
Québec travel offers bustling city life and picturesque towns with a reminder of its French heritage never too far away. Admire the French architecture and impressive church interiors on a walk around the cobbled streets of Vieux Montréal or visit the fortifications in Québec City to understand more about the battle in 1759 that saw Britain gain rule of Canada.
Enjoy the selection of jazz bars and nightlife in Montréal and its seemingly endless shopping opportunities. Also pay a visit to the Musée d'Art Contemporian and Musée des Beaux Arts. And don't forget the beautiful town of Baie-Saint-Paul that was popular for the Group of Seven artists.
In the winter ski in Tremblant - the highest peak of the Laurentian Mountains- and enjoy a varied choice of activities and après-ski. Or choose to explore the perfect snow cover in Le Massif de Charlevoix.
Enjoy the injection of colour maple trees add to the boreal forests found in Quebec, witness this in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Charlevoix and admire the wildlife at Parc Grands Jardins.
Top itineraries in Québec
Free car hire
Explore the provinces of Ontario and Québec on this tailor-made self-drive holiday through Eastern Canada. Combine in the wild beauty of Algonquin National Park, the unique history of Québec City and the awesome power of Niagara Falls with city stays in cutting-edge Montréal and Toronto.
Free car hire
Starting in Toronto you have time to explore the delights of this vibrant city before moving on through the province finishing in the cosmopolitan city of Montréal.
North America's first ice hotel, Hotel de Glace, is made entirely of snow and ice and features ornate furniture carved from from ice blocks, enjoy a stay here combined with Quebec City before a few days of winter adventure at Hotel Sacacomie.
Top places to stay in Québec
Perfectly positioned almost midway between Montreal and Quebec City, this perfect relaxation and wilderness retreat could is secluded from the buzz of city life.
North Hatley is just a 75 minute drive from Montreal and this is the perfect, gastronomic end to any stay in the belle province!
Parts of the historic hotel Auberge Saint Antoine date back to the 17th Century and commands a prime location in the very centre of the Old Port, making it a delightful place to spend a few days in Quebec City.
Where to go in Québec
Follow the Charlevoix Coast from Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre to the mouth of the Saguenay River. Boreal forests make Charlevoix a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve where maple trees that lend colour to the landscape are a source of maple syrup.
Tremblant is accessible by plane but for a more scenic route through the mountains drive along Highway 117. Your Tremblant holiday will begin after a Laurentian Mountains tour that stretches past Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts and Sainte Jovite. Stop off en route to relax on the beaches and discover the s…
Québec City became a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the battle in 1759 that saw Britain gain rule of Canada. General James Wolfe led the British to victory over the French on the Plains of Abraham just outside the city's walls. Now the Fortifications de Québec and the Parc des Champs-de-Bataille…
Canada's second largest city is surprisingly easily to explore either by foot or metro. Take a walk down Rue Sherbrook to admire the elegant buildings or visit Plateau Mont-Royal for a variety of jazz bars and nightlife. This bustling city is also a hotspot for restaurants, boutiques and has extens…
When to go to Québec
From November to April, Québec's ski season is in full swing, with excellent downhill opportunities at resorts such as Mont Tremblant. Hôtel de Glace opens its doors in Québec City and activities including dog-sledding and snowmobiling are available. In summer the emphasis moves to wildlife, hiking and other outdoor pursuits in the province's national parks. The cities come alive with festivals and cosy bistros give way to al fresco dining.
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