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Make your way through the province’s capital as you discover countless points of interest.
Discover art, have fun, go on a trip back in time and learn more about cultures around the world all year long!
Qui dit été, dit grand retour des apéros et des barbecues!
When it’s time for a getaway, Montreal is a choice destination for lots of fun activities.
Turn your "should’ve dones" into a catalyst for motivation. In 2018, make a resolution to say "I’ve done that”!
Montréal is a city where the old and the new mix marvellously!
It was at the foot of Cap Diamant that French civilization in North America was truly born, when Samuel de Champlain founded Québec City in 1608.
Fjords in North America? Why, of course – we have them right here in Québec!
Autoroute 15, the road linking Montréal to Mont-Tremblant, is chock full of delightful detours.
The road from Québec City to Tadoussac has to be one of most beautiful and exciting you'll ever drive on in your life.
To fully appreciate the charm of Old Québec, what’s better than taking your time to explore its cobblestone streets?
A few kilometres from Québec City’s old districts, sitting in the middle of the St. Lawrence River, an island rich in history, agritourism and architectural and cultural delights awaits you!
This journey will carry you through three tourist regions, from Old Québec to the charming Bas-Saint-Laurent region and Côte-du-Sud in the Chaudière-Appalaches region.
Make a date with history on this journey through time as you follow in the footsteps of Jacques Cartier on his discovery of Québec.
From Ontario, you can enter Québec via Highway 401, passing through the lovely Montérégie region, taking Autoroute 20 all the way to Montréal.
All along the way, route 148 provides you with an experience to remember.
Your journey begins in one of Quebec’s most picturesque regions: the Eastern Townships!
Québec’s imposing churches and places of worship are among some of our greatest heritage treasures!
Autoroute 10 leads directly from Old Montréal to the Eastern Townships (Cantons-de-l’Est) over the Champlain Bridge.
Wondering where to go for family fun? Here's a circuit that begins and ends within a two-hour radius of Montréal and is loaded with things to do for kids of all ages.
A trip through the streets of North America’s second oldest French-speaking city, located about halfway between Montréal and Québec City, will give you a chance to appreciate all the charm of the city of Trois-Rivières.
Begin your Gaspésie tour from Québec City then head for the Bas-Saint-Laurent region, which boasts the most remarkable sunsets on the planet.
Linking the cities of Québec and Montréal since the beginning of the 18th century, the King’s Road, the first travelled highway in Canada, has witnessed the evolution of this province.
Nature and outdoor activity lovers, this seven-to-ten-day circuit will treat you to the spectacular landscapes for which the province is known.
The Whale Route begins in lovely Tadoussac. The St. Lawrence Estuary and Gulf provide a summer feast for 13 species of cetaceans.
Start your road trip to Lac Saint-Jean in Trois-Rivières, situated on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River halfway between Montréal and Québec City.
The James Bay Road (La Route de la Baie-James) is a very special attraction in and of itself.
Welcoming visitors from Ontario, this Totally Epic Road Trip is designed so you can discover some of Québec’s greatest iconic landmarks
Greetings to our visitors from the Maritime Provinces! When you cross into Québec on Route 185
You could go from Havre-Aubert to Grande-Entrée in just one day, but you’d miss the fishermen unloading their catch at the docks.
In Quebec, people are known for their love of celebration and joie de vivre.