The heart of French Canada

The heart of French Canada, where English is considered a distant second language, Quebec (pronounced 'KebEck') is unlike anywhere else in North America. The culture, architecture, music, religion and way of life is truly unique.

The capital of the province, Quebec City, has a very noticeable European feel to it. Modern buildings are few and far between, but the impressive design of the walled city is quite overwhelming in it's location on a hill on the side of the Saint Lawrence River.

In Montreal (pronounced 'Mor'E'Al) English and French are spoken side by side. Being served at a shop or restaurant, you never know which language the person will speak. Over 40% of Quebec's population live here making it the second largest French speaking city in the world. The Bi-Lingual status of Montreal makes for a decidedly different air to other Canadian cities. Most of the downtown of this Olympic city can be accessed by underground malls that consist of over 40km of passages lined with shops and restaurants, linked by malls and the popular Paris style Metro.

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Recent articles about Quebec

  • Explore Québec by the sea: Beautiful by nature
    Québec maritime is a country-sized territory in Eastern Québec that comprises five regions on the St. Lawrence River and its Estuary: Bas-Saint-Laurent, Gaspésie, Côte-Nord (Manicouagan and Duplessis) and Îles de la Madeleine. Sculptured over ages by the sea and the wind, the landscapes are simply stunning.
  • Trois-Rivières: The must-see stopover between Montreal and Quebec city
    The second city founded by the French in North America, Trois-Rivières is just as notable for its contemporary style as for its historic soul : hence its elegant charm. A city with many hidden corner, it unpretentiously displays the venerable charm and cozy intimacy of its classified historic district, sophisticated restaurants, audacious museums, stylish B&Bs, numerous art galleries and many festivals. Trois-Rivières is also a window onto the St. Lawrence, which fits in naturally with its urban landscape, and adds character to the effervescence of the downtown pedestrian zone.
  • Tourisme Montréal launches podcast site and interactive blog
    Tourisme Montréal has innovated once again with the launch of, a brand-new podcast site and, an interactive blog.
  • Delightful Dining in the Laurentians' Gastronomic Inns
    Besides the bucolic scenery that beckons in the mountainous countryside north of Montreal, there are charming inns that open doors to gourmet regional cuisine.
  • Montreal for students and budget travellers
    Discovering Montreal can be inexpensive and as exciting as you’d imagine Canada’s second biggest city can be. Packed with restaurants, clubs, bars, museums, galleries, and an old Port, Montreal combines charm and adventure into one big party city. Travelling doesn’t have to be expensive, though get ready to walk or buy a week-long tourist pack and take Canada’s most efficient transport system, the metro.
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