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Discover Quebec

If one were to describe Québec in just one word, it would have to be ‘grand’. From the World Heritage treasure of Old Québec and the triple peaks at the heart of cosmopolitan Montreal to the rich biodiversity of the St Lawrence River estuary and Wildlife Park (including Beluga and Blue Whales, Harp seals, and narwhals) and the entertainment phenomenon that is Cirque du Soleil…

A seamless blend of North American and European heritage has evolved into a sophisticated culture that will satiate any traveller looking for the finer things in life, as well as myriad good old-fashioned nature-loving experiences offered by a contrasting landscape and host of wildlife, ranging from chipmunks to polar bears.


Set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River, Montreal, the largest city in Canada’s Quebec Province, is famous for its arts, design, and fantastic cuisine.

Visitors can discover the country’s history along the cobbled streets of Old Montreal, with superb buildings like the Basilique Notre-Dame with its intricate domes. Foodies will delight in sensational Canadian food as well as everything from irresistible patisseries, to old Jewish delis, to hipster bars serving spectacular flavours all night.

Art and design adorn the city, from sensational raw street art to chic, modern galleries. Featuring around 250 theatre and dance companies and more than 90 festivals, Montreal overflows with the arts. Explore the city by climbing or taking a bus up Mount Royal to scan the horizon, or cycling along the picturesque riverside pathways on a public bike.


Quebec City

The only fortified city north of Mexico, Old Québec City should be explored by wandering through its inviting cobblestone streets. However, you can also enjoy the city on river cruises or horse-drawn carriage rides. 

Immerse yourself in a place often compared to a European village, yet distinctly Canadian. Pretend to be royal when sleeping in a hotel that seems like a castle: the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac defines Québec City’s skyline.

Try a wintery kind of sleep in a hotel made of ice. Locals celebrate winter, and so do you whether you stay snug inside your mittens and parka, or strip to a bathing suit for the annual snow swim, one of the dozens of ways the Quebecois play during Winter Carnival. 


Mont Tremblant

Mont Tremblant is the most colourful and atmospheric ski town in Quebec province, with its cobbled streets and quaint houses. Consistently voted the ‘Best Resort in Eastern North America’ by Ski Magazine, the slope-side pedestrian village was perfectly created with skiers in mind.

Everything is within walking distance including the ski lifts from many of the hotels in the resort. At 875m, Mont Tremblant is one of the highest peaks in the Laurentians National Park and provides extensive skiing with the likes of Versant Sud, Versant Soleil, Versant Nord, and the Edge.

The resort is known as the Disneyland of winter ski as there is such a wealth of activities for skiers and non-skiers alike. The blend of American and Québécois architecture in the resort gives Mont Tremblant a unique and charming atmosphere. The French-speaking culture of Quebec perfectly blends Canadian and French cuisine to create some of the tastiest food in North America. 


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Direct flights from the UK are available to Montreal taking approximately 7 hours



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