What makes Quebec villages tick? This is the question you ask yourself when heading out to discover the province’s regions like a local, to experience them like someone from the area. Being familiar with local culture and taking part in local traditions are signs of respect and authenticity you hold dear. Knowing where to eat, grab a beer, unearth terroir products and have fun as if you were born in the region… it’s something you prize. The best-kept secrets, local customs, expressions and rituals stock the bags of the curious traveller that you are, interested and observant. From Saguenay’s blueberries to the native and Amerindian villages of Quebec and the poutines in Centre-du-Québec, you have a hearty appetite for regional treasures!
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Located at less than 45 minutes from Montreal, the MUSO - Musée de société des Deux-Rives invites you to experience the history of the textile industry in Canada like nowhere else with the exhibition ...
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One of the largest vacation resorts in Eastern Canada, Fairmont Le Château Montebello is renowned for its rustic charm. The uniquely elegant Château, built from red cedar logs, warmly welcomes its guests ...