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Quebec boasts the second largest city in Canada, and it can be great fun selecting one of our 5-star luxury Montreal hotels for your exciting vacation. "Must-see" attractions include touring Old Montreal and the Musee des Beaux-Arts, and watching hockey at CentreBell. If you are attending Winter Carnival in February, choose a discount Quebec City hotel where you will be surrounded by centuries of history. You will find the best selection of accommodations at the lowest prices in our Quebec Guide.

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Forillon National Park

This Gaspé Peninsula park protects a portion of the Notre-Dame and Megantic mountain regions, along with part of the Gulf of St. Lawrence marine region. Sightseers marvel at unique rock formations and love whale-watching cruises – you might see 7 different species! The recreation centre offers guided kayak tours for seal watching; the diverse sea life attracts divers and snorkelers. Nine hiking trails, some part of the International Appalachian Trail, bring you to waterfalls, impressive cliffs, historic homes and wooded mountains. Cycling, rollerblading and horseback riding are popular ways to explore the park. Forty kilometres of maintained cross-country ski trails are yours to enjoy; a 5.4 km long off- trail leads to Cap-Bon-Ami, where you will see amazing cliffs and seascapes. Find Hotels near Forillon National Park.

La Mauricie National Park

Located among the Laurentians mountain chain, this enormous park is home to the 75 km, one-way Laurentien Trail, available for exploring some of the most beautiful backcountry imaginable. This rigorous trail requires days to travel, but the lakes, ponds, streams, cascades and abundant wildlife are your well-earned reward. Less arduous activities include bathing in Les Cascades waterfalls at the Shewenegan picnic area, or enjoying the beach and interpretation trail at the Lac Edouard picnic area. An easy 1.5 km loop hike along the Lac Etienne Trail brings you to Etienne Lake – look through the telescope to see wildlife up close. Fishing, swimming, cross-country skiing, canoeing and mountain biking are all popular pursuits in this recreation heaven. Find Hotels near La Mauricie National Park.

La Ronde

A Six Flags Park, you will find as much fun here as at its US counterparts! Thrill rides are the specialty of the day: Monstre is the highest double wooden roller coaster in the world, Orbite lets you experience 4-Gs going up and negative Gs going down, and you tumble and loop 5 times on Vampire, seated ski-lift-style. Thirteen specially-designed rides are provided for the youngest members of your group. Fireworks shows are always impressive. Find Discount Hotels near La Ronde.

Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve

Explore woods, barrens, bogs and beaches of 30 islands and over a thousand islets and reefs which comprise Mingan Archipelago Reserve. Grey, Harp and Harbour Seals and several species of whales call these chilly waters home, as do 12 species of seabirds; the amusing Atlantic Puffin is possibly the most popular. Twenty-four kilometers of hiking trails lead you across 4 islands, and sea kayaking gets you even closer to the teeming marine life. Interpreters are available to enhance your park experience during the summer. Find Discount Hotels near Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve.

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Quebec Overview

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Quebec is located in eastern Canada and features a predominantly French-speaking populace. The largest of the provinces, Quebec is second only to neighboring Ontario in population. Over 90% of its land lies within the Canadian Shield; most of Quebec’s people have, therefore, settled in the south and west, with its more moderate climate and geography.

Quebec City, the provincial capital, is located in a fertile valley where the St. Lawrence River begins to narrow. Old Quebec City has such historical significance that it has been named a United Nations World Heritage Site. Over 4 million annual visitors explore her centuries of history! Be sure to visit Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac Hotel, referred to as the “castle on the hill”. Built in lavish European style, don’t miss the lobby’s 300-year old stone bearing the Cross of Malta emblem. Walking along the boardwalk, you will see The Citadel, an historic fortification built under British rule – observe the timeless Changing of the Guard. The icy toboggan run at Terrasse Dufferin is thrilling, as are Montmorency Falls’ incredible views. Join the millions of visitors who have toured nearby Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre to scrutinize the famous St-Anne Basilica, only a half hour drive. Nearby skiing destinations include Mont Sainte-Anne, a 45 km drive. Check out Winter Carnival festivities if you’re in town in February.

Interested in visiting an elegant European city, but not in travelling across the pond? Montreal is your answer! With a metro area of close to two million, it’s the second largest city in Canada and is located in southwestern Quebec. Considered the country’s Cultural Capital, Montreal seamlessly blends historic architecture with modern conveniences, providing an excellent selection of fine Quebec hotels.  You will likely fall in love with Old Montreal (Vieux Montreal), easily navigated on foot or by utilizing the Metro subway. Get your fill of culture at the museum of archaeology and history, Pointe-a-Calliere, or the Musee des Beaux-Arts, both are wonderful. The Underground City (RESO) is a linked complex of buildings and malls beneath the city.  Sports fans can watch hockey at CentreBell or play one of over 400 golf courses scattered through the province.

Following the southern bank of the River to the northeast from QC brings you to the Parc national de la Gaspesie. The Chic-Chocs Mountains boast 25 peaks over 1,000 m high, making this imposing mountain range an adventurer’s paradise. Almost half the province’s hiking trails are located in the Gaspé Peninsula!  About 180 km to the south, visit Parc national de Miguasha, named to UNESCO's prestigious World Heritage List and considered the world's greatest palaeontological record of fossils from the Devonian Period. Visit Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve, northeast of QC on the northern side of the river, to see beautiful rock formations created by nature through the centuries. Sprinkled throughout the province are some 10 grottos and caves; Quebec’s natural beauty is truly stunning!

Cruise down the St. Lawrence waterway, watching for whales and porpoises. Kayaking, rafting, snowshoeing, dogsledding, ice fishing, hunting caribou and even just sitting still and observing – Quebec’s natural wonderland is dressed to the nines and waiting impatiently for you to arrive!!

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