Quebec Hotel Reservations
Sites of Historic Quebec
Historic Districts & Basilicas
Visiting Historic Quebec
The second most populous province of Canada, Quebec is a fascinating mix of culture and history with Anglo and Franco heritage straight from Europe.
For those interested in exploring what the province has to offer, the province offers basilicas, preserved districts, and scenic train rides from another era.
The province features the popular cities of Montreal and Québec City alongside beautiful countryside views only a short drive away from the city centres. Pay a visit to bustling Montreal – Canada's largest city after Toronto – and visit sacred churches and basilicas which have dotted the city landscape for centuries.
Don't forget to make your way to the capital of the province – Québec City. A distinct cultural treat, the capital of Francophone Canada features strong European influences and heritages packed into the cobblestone streets of the Old Town Québec.
Finally, minutes away from Québec City and Gatineau, which lies just across from Ottawa, the province offers destinations that have attracted thousands of pilgrimages throughout the years and beautiful train rides.
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- 18 Things To Do With Kids in QC!
Enjoy your stay in Quebec by taking your pick from 18 family-friendly attractions located near Gatineau, Montreal, and Quebec City.
- Quebec Drive Tour Top Stops!
Check out Olympic Stadium and Old Town Quebec along an adventurous drive tour of big city and small town Quebec.
- Outdoor Quebec
Outdoor Adventures Await in Quebec
Venture out into the Quebec wilderness and enjoy stunning vistas, exciting ski areas, and lots of natural habitat to hike.