An award-winning ciderie and orchard on the Ile d'Orléans.
Do some shopping at this charming craft store.
Take a look at this UNESCO World Heritage Site in Québec City.
Hop on the Funiculaire du Vieux-Québec, located directly next to the Brokeback Stairs for the 45-degree, glass cable railway with its panoramic views.
Welcome to the home of Québec's National Assembly.
Located in the Saint Lawrence River, the island was one of the first parts of the region where the French settled.
Managed by the Musée de la Civilisation, this establishment educates on the history of the Francophone culture in North America.
Musée de la Civilisation is a family-oriented museum of changing exhibits that gets at the heart of Québec City's unique history.
The spectacular Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec has a permanent art collection that's housed in the city's old jail.
Canada's first national park.
Home to historic architecture, such as the iconic Château Frontenac.
Witness a waterfall that surpasses Niagara Falls.
This is the origin of French civilization in North America.
Plains of Abraham has been compared to New York's Central Park.
Tour this lively neighborhood in Québec City, brimming with activity and attractions.
A festive spirit imbues the atmosphere of this part of Old Québec.
Take in the gorgeous view of the Saint Lawrence River (or the St. Laurent according to locals).
Party like a rock star with the coolest hotel stays for Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival