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
Of course, for Americans, part of the charm of Quebec is the international feel. Therefore, get in the spirit and learn at least a few French phrases before you go.
Instead of fighting the cold, Quebec embraces the chill at the world’s most popular winter festival.
Where else can you sleep on a bed of ice in a hotel made entirely of snow?
This popular festival in Québec City aims to be historically accurate — and a whole lot of fun.
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From riverboat cruises to the Underground City, Montreal is a choice summer vacation destination.
Whether above ground or below, visitors to Montreal revel in its hospitality and artistic delights.
At the colorful Carnaval de Québec, winter activities take center stage, from dogsled races to snow sculptures.