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QUEBEC TRAVEL GUIDE

Percé Rock in the Gulf of St. Lawrence on the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, Canada

Quebec Hotels, Restaurants, Spas and More

Old World meets New in this fascinating province that straddles the entrance to the St. Lawrence River and extends north, nearly to the arctic circle. Roughly seven million people — mostly French-speaking — inhabit this land of stunning architecture and artistic diversity. Positioned as it is on the St. Lawrence — the large waterway that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean — Quebec, with its largest city, Montreal, has long been an innovative center of cultural exchange and international trade. The people are fun and creative, the cities are clean and attractive, and the countryside and the architecture are breathtaking. Enjoy!


Bronte Restaurant

Renoir Restaurant


W Hotel Montreal

FEATURED HOTELS
Château Versailles
Château Versailles boasts a history as rich as the city it inhabits.
Hotel Le St. James
Catering to Guests with a True Sense of Exclusivity.
Sofitel Montreal
Sophistication, elegance and class.

The lobby of the Sofitel Montreal


A panoramic view of Quebec City
72-HOUR VACATION
Quebec City

With its culture and history, winding cobbled streets and sophisticated European cuisine, Quebec City looks and even sounds like France — but it's all a delicious chimera, as the ideal destination for the Francophile who is, sheepishly, an Anglophone.

A MAGICAL SHOW
Cavalia

Focused on the allure of horses, this Quebec-born show features high-tech sets, acrobatics and live orchestra to involve multiple senses. Not a traditional circus, Cavalia is an unconventional performance capturing the partnership between man and horse.
Cavalia

72 Hours in Montreal
FRENCH HEART OF NORTH AMERICA
72 Hours in Montreal

From le Vieux-Montréal to the fashionable Quartier du Musée, let yourself be charmed by this hybrid culture of Francophiles and Anglophiles.

BUSINESS TRAVEL GUIDE
Montreal

The boutique-lined cobblestone streets of historic Montreal give way to sleek office buildings and convention centers. This major business hub on the St. Lawrence River has close trading ties to the Northeastern United States and is at the forefront of bioengineering and communication technologies.

Montréal Business Travel Guide


An exterior view of the Spa Eastman from the woods during winter REENERGIZE IN QUEBEC
Spa Eastman

Set in a rural winter wonderland, this 315-acre Quebec retreat features a hearty spa package list and spa menu that aims to feed the body as well as the soul.

NORTHERN RELAXATION
The Best Spas in Canada

Simply the best. From hotels and resorts to private clubs, we'll help you find the most lavish spas, the most impeccable service and the most inventive treatments in the country.
The Best Spas in Canada


For tourist information, visit the official website of Tourisme-Montreal

Find additional travel information on Quebec Tourism's official website



Percé Rock photo by Christian Savard, courtesy of Quebec Tourism

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