Quebec

 

Discover the uniqueness of Quebec through the magic of Montreal and Quebec City, cosmopolitans that vibrate with old-world charm. Then cruise the St. Lawrence River or drive alongside it, exploring every corner of this beautiful and historic province.

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Travel times to Montreal

City Flight Time
New York City 1 hr 10 m
Boston 1 hr 10 m
Chicago 1 hr 55 m
Los Angeles 5 hr 15 m

Weather Average

  • December - February
    17.1° F
  • March - May
    41.5° F
  • June - August
    67.3° F
  • September - November
    46.6° F

Travel times to Quebec City

City Flight Time
New York City 1 hr 35 m
Chicago 3 hr 55 m
Boston 4 hr 10 m
Los Angeles 7 hr 25 m

Weather Average

  • December - February
    13.5° F
  • March - May
    38.7° F
  • June - August
    64.6° F
  • September - November
    43.3° F
 
  • Where the traditional meets the innovative. Montreal is an invigorating mix of culture, language, and cuisine that brings experiences unlike anywhere else in North America. Stylish and certainly romantic, Montreal is where every photograph tells a story and every story is beautiful.
  • With cobblestone streets that hold 400 years of history you can feel the old world romance and European charm. While only minutes away you can kayak on the St. Lawrence or walk a suspension bridge over a 270 foot waterfall. Quebec City truly is a unique mix of old world charm and stunning outdoor playground.

What to Do

 

What to do

Be in the know about must-see experiences.

  • Quebec City comes alive in the winter, with festivals and attractions that will make you forget all about the weather
    Quebec City comes alive in the winter, with festivals and attractions that will make you forget all about the weather
    Bonhomme Carnaval
  • Winter may be chilly, but we think that colder temperatures just add to the beauty of Canada’s parks.
    Winter may be chilly, but we think that colder temperatures just add to the beauty of Canada’s parks.
    Kluane National Park Yukon
  • A big collection of small cities, towns, and villages nestled in nature, full of attractions and history.
    A big collection of small cities, towns, and villages nestled in nature, full of attractions and history.
    L’Abbaye de Saint-Benoit-Du-Lac
  • Montreal is vibrant and a hot spot for all things food and music. Here are some facts to know before you go.
    Montreal is vibrant and a hot spot for all things food and music. Here are some facts to know before you go.
  • Here are a few selections from Montreal’s phenomenal culinary food scene.
    Here are a few selections from Montreal’s phenomenal culinary food scene.
    St-Viateur Bagel
  • A safari and a hotel made of ice mix in with historical and natural wonders in Canada’s biggest province.
    A safari and a hotel made of ice mix in with historical and natural wonders in Canada’s biggest province.
    Quebec City's Petit Champlain District
  • If you’re after an authentic Quebec experience, these are the foods you shouldn’t leave without trying.
    If you’re after an authentic Quebec experience, these are the foods you shouldn’t leave without trying.
    Quebec Maple Syrup
  • French-speaking Quebec City is a global foodie hot spot. Taste the top edible creations at these must-try venues.
    French-speaking Quebec City is a global foodie hot spot. Taste the top edible creations at these must-try venues.
    Quebec City pastries

Reiserouten

 
Itineraries
Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Quebec, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.