In Canada’s eastern part lies a beautiful province that is prominently French and blends old world charm with modern technology and natural marvels. Whether you’re a shopper, an epicure, an art lover or athlete – Quebec has a little something for everyone.
Majority of the populace lives along the Saint Lawrence River. Quebec has a distinct culture and offers varied sources of entertainment and leisure. Visit this versatile Canadian province in summer in order to have a glorious time.
The great outdoors
Quebec has a spectacular natural setting, so don’t miss the opportunity to go camping, hiking or trekking while you’re there. There are many camp grounds that had better be reserved in advance. Lakes, rivers and woods present beautiful sights for camping.
Walking is one of the best forms of exercise and walking in Quebec’s amazing trails is a special treat. Feast your eyes on the awe-inspiring panorama of mountains, rivers and forests.
Quebec has a delightful cuisine as it is a blend of many different kinds of cuisines. In Quebec, you’ll find a rich variety of maple products, several types of cheese, blueberries, wine and ciders etc. Traditional Quebec culinary dishes feature roast pork, baked beans sugar pie and cipalle (a layered meat pie).
And that’s not all. If you prefer world cuisine (and not Quebec’s), major places in Quebec offer Portuguese, Thai and Lebanese delights as well.
To the shops
Lighten up the wallet strings as you wander along Quebec’s shopping areas. Go to big malls like Place Laurier and Galeries de la capitale or Artisanat Gros-Lois in Village Huron for original goods made in a village.
A precious heritage
A nearly 400-year old heritage has been preserved in Quebec in the form of Quebec City, Montreal and Trois-Rivieres. Quebec City is declared by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Lachine Canal, close to Old Montreal, was inaugurated in 1825. It was major industrial centre in Canada for a long time.
All this and many more attractions lie in store for the curious traveler in Quebec!