Whales, islands and lighthouses are part of life along the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Here’s what to see and do in Maritime Quebec.
Travel in Quebec
Elene Faita and her family are local legends in Montreal’s Little Italy. They run Impasto, Pizzeria Gema, Mezza Luna Cooking School and Quincaillerie Dante
Former rail line that carried weekend passengers on “snow trains” to the Laurentian Mountains now caters to cyclists along a trail with charming cafes, pubs, galleries and inns
A cruise ship is a great way to explore Eastern Canada. Visit Quebec, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island with Holland America Cruise Line.
Winter in Quebec is special. From dog-sledding to snowmobiling to soaking in Nordic spas, here are six fun ways to experience winter in Quebec.
There’s no more iconic image of the British Empire than a redcoat soldier. From Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle, here are 10 places to see them.
The Quebec Winter Carnival is the largest winter carnival in the world, and draws more than 500,000 people. Take a look at some of the fun!
Whether you go on safari in Africa, stay in an over-water villa in the Maldives, or explore the glaciers of Iceland, the best honeymoon destinations allow you to spend time together and create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime. Here are our top picks for the top honeymoon locations.
Instead of fighting the cold, Quebec embraces the chill at the world’s most popular winter festival.
Swim with beluga whales or just watch the cowboys. Canada’s 10 provinces offer a rich range of experiences.
Where else can you sleep on a bed of ice in a hotel made entirely of snow?
Based on thermotherapy, this Nordic spa in Quebec is the perfect place to decompress.