Some popular destinations in Quebec include...
Montreal is the second largest city in Canada. Montréal is a one-of-a-kind-a
multicultural city that blends its French accent with that of over 80 other
ethnic communities and charms visitors with its Euro-American ambiance.
Visit Ste-Catherine street in the downtown core for walking and shopping, the
Mont-Royal park and its lookout for the best view of Montreal,
St-Laurent boulevard north of Sherbrooke street for its restaurants and bars/clubs,
Old Montreal and the port, for family activities and great restaurants. The
restored 1847 Bonsecours Market has become the tourist and cultural heart of
With its architecture, its pedestrian streets and its fortifications, unique
in North America, Quebec
City offers unequalled historical and cultural heritage. Stroll through
its oldest neighbourhoods, like Petit Champlain, Place-Royale and the Old Port.
Even though this capital city is steeped in history, the year-round activities
are truly up to date: world-class winter carnival and summer festival, theatre,
and the accommodations and dining are topnotch.
Mt. Tremblant - Laurentides/Laurentians Area
Tremblant - Laurentides/Laurentians area is a renown winter and summer outdoor
destination. Located just to the north of Montreal this beautiful region offers
a wide diversity of activities, a full range of accommodations and some of the
worlds best resorts, restaurants and bars. The quaint villages nestled in the
mountain valleys, provides for great apres-ski.
Visitors come to Mont-Tremblant for the numerous ski hills for all levels, the
hundreds of miles of cross-country ski trails and the top golf courses. Outdoor
activities are in abundance with dog sledding, hiking and snowshoeing, horseback
ridding, horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice fishing and skating being some of the
Gatineau is situated on the north bank of the Ottawa River, opposite Ottawa
and adjacent to Hull, near the mouth of the Gatineau River. It boasts some of
the regions most popular tourist attractions, from national museums, to the
world's only Imax/Omnimax theater, to the Casino du Lac Leamy and Gatineau Park,
famous for it's Fall Rhapsody of Colour.
The Gaspe Peninsula (Gaspésie), is located on the eastern tip of the
province of Quebec, north of New Brunswick. It is mostly a coastal region being
surrounded by the St. Lawrence estuary and gulf as well as by the Bay of Chaleur.