Visiting Quebec

The French-Canadian center of Canada, Quebec can be an extremely popular tourist destination in Canada. There is a lot to see and do, whether simply looking for the active nightlife experience of Montreal, or the nature lover’s opportunity to whale watch and see the mountains. This article is going to overview just a few of the things to see and do on a Quebec vacation.

Montmorency Falls

Montmorency Falls are one of the most remarked upon Canadian waterfalls. They are truly a sight to behold, standing hundreds of feet tall they convey a true sense of power. The falls themselves are located between Beauport and Boischatel. There are different ways to enjoy the view, whether using the observation decks or climbing the staircases, and the view will change with the seasons. Throughout the summer, Montmorency Falls are commonly surrounded with fireworks and celebrations as people celebrate the beauty of nature.

Old Quebec

Old Quebec is the name given for one of the oldest regions of Quebec City. It has been declared as one of the Heritage sights for its part in history, being one of the view areas to still have an Upper and Lower town. The area is steeped in a combination of architecture and history. A favorite for the historians!


Mont-Tremblant is the last area to be discussed, and it is just one of Quebec’s many famous mountains. The Mont-Tremblant area in particular becomes famous for winter sports activity and the view in wintertime, though it is still quite beautiful during the summer months. It has become quite the hotspot for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts, and several resorts have been set up to support the burgeoning tourist population.

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