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The Magdalen Islands
© Bonjour Quebec / Caroline Colin


With its mix of energetic nightlife, natural beauty and joie de vivre, it doesn’t take long for Québec to charm travellers. A trip here offers the chance to experience the magic of Montréal and Québec City, cosmopolitan centres with olde-world French charm — or drive throughout the historic province to explore every corner, from the mighty St. Lawrence River and the charming Charlevoix region to the stunning Laurentian Mountains.

In Québec, there are myriad ways to connect with the diverse cultures of the 11 First Nations in the province. From the Naspaki Nation in northern Québec, to the Huron-Wendat and Abenaki in the south, they are spread across 55 communities and offer over 145 meaningful travel experiences that enrich and inspire.

Be enthralled by Indigenous legends that have been passed down from generations as you sit around a wood fire in a traditional longhouse, at the Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations in Wendake. Stroll through a recreation of a traditional Mi’kmaq village from the 17th century in Gaspé. If you’re seeking adventure, join the Innu Nation as they share their ancestral knowledge through lobster fishing, whale watching and sea kayaking along the shores of the St. Lawrence River.


The Montreal skyline
© Loïc Romer - Tourisme Montréal

Find inventive gastronomy (from Haitian griot to Breton kouign amann), iconic music (from Leonard Cohen to Arcade Fire), high-end fashion and the sophisticated charm of a trend-setting city.

Québec City

The Quebec City Skyline
©Mélanie Jean, Destination Québec cité

An enclave of French culture and history, wrapped within centuries-old fortifications, Québec City’s historic district is a UNESCO World Heritage.


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

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People in front of the Notre Dame cathedral in Montreal
Anderson Vacations

9 day discover Ontario and Quebec  External Link Title

From CAD 2,013 per person (double occupancy)

9 days / 8 nights

Experience magnificent coastlines, landscapes, and villages. Visit landmarks in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City.

Cycling by the old train station in Nominingue, P'tit Train du Nord linear park
Great Canadian Trails

Le P'tit Train du Nord  External Link Title

From CAD 999

5 days / 4 nights

Le P’tit Train du Nord offers a unique combination of Quebecois landscape, food, history, and culture. Cycle from town to town on a self-guided trip supported by our APP and luggage transfer. 

Percé rock in the afternoon sun
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Gaspé Peninsula Getaway  External Link Title

From CAD 3,095 per person (double occupancy)

9 days / 8 nights

Located on the southern coast of the St. Lawrence River, is Québec’s Gaspé Peninsula, also known as Gaspésie, an area where the mountains reach the sea. One of Canada’s “places of a lifetime” according to National Geographic Traveler, “La Gaspésie’ holds too much natural beauty for one small spit.” Take in the breathtaking views of towering cliffs, quaint coastal villages, and incredible rock formations. Experience the delight of spotting whales and wildlife, and learn about the distinct French-English culture of the people who, for centuries, have called this little headland home.