Quebec Travel Guide

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Quebec Travel Guide

Visiting Quebec is like travelling to another country without having to leave. Beautiful cities such as Montreal, Gatineau and Quebec City are reminiscent of quaint European capitals, bursting with culture and scenic sites especially since all three sit on major rivers.

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  • Montreal and Quebec City sit on the mighty St. Lawrence of course and Gatineau (which shares city status with Ottawa) sits on the Ottawa River. The historic St. Lawrence River is one of the largest on the planet, starting from Lake Ontario and flowing all the way through Quebec, finally emptying into the Gulf of St. Lawrence. You can canoe/kayak, take a ferry, fish and observe whales diving in out of the waves!

    Montreal is often ranked amongst the top cities in the world to live in for its culture, architecture, history, cleanliness and overall ambience. There’s so much more to this lively city such as great restaurants for every taste, exciting theatre productions and an emerging music scene that is putting Canadian music on the world map. Quebec City is beaming with interesting Francophone culture. This scenic metropolis sits on top of the magnificent and historic St. Lawrence River and provides one the most beautiful sights in Canada, especially when the harbour is lit up at night.

    Redatag.ca is the place to plan your vacation in Quebec with guides for shopping, restaurants, night life, attractions, accommodations and much more. We also have your cheap flights and low fares to Montreal and Quebec City, Quebec, as well as other destinations in Canada.

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