Top Quebec Tourist Attractions

Historic Quebec, now a neighbourhood of larger Quebec City, was the complete main city in the 17th century. Centuries-old fortifications surround the old city... read more arrow
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Founded and built by Fr. André in the 1920's, The St... read more arrow
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The district of Old Montreal (Vieux Montréal in French), in Montreal, Quebec, was once a walled district in what is today considered as one of the most cosmopolitan cities in North America. Located along the banks of the St... read more arrow
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Hailed as the archipelago between the sea and the sky, the Iles de la Madeleine is an archipelago situated right at the heart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and defined as part of Quebec in Canada... read more arrow
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The Marie-Reine-du-Monde Cathedral impressively replicates Vatican's / Rome's St. Peter's Basilica... read more arrow
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The Château Frontenac is one of the most distinctive landmarks in Quebec City and located within the historical district and visible accross the St.Laurence River as the highest of Quebec's higher city monument... read more arrow
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Historic site of the épic "Plaines d'Abraham" battle of September 13th 1759 between the british forces and the defending Nouvelle-France one. The area as been conserved as a commemorative open field park... read more arrow
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The fortifications of Quebec City were built in the 17th century. The newly born city founded by Samuel de Champlain was strategically located on a hill overlooking a narrowing the St... read more arrow
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The Terrace Dufferin is the most elevated plateau behind Quebec City's fortifications. It is the main spot where historically, military generals would oversee the naval activity on the St... read more arrow
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Notre-Dame-Des-Victoires is a very charming small church that is part of the popular historical Petit Champlain neighbourhood. It's name, "Our Lady of Victory", was given after the victory of the French defending forces in the 1690's Battle of Quebec... read more arrow
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The Festival of New France (also Fêtes de la Nouvelle France) is an annual festival that takes place in the historical district of Quebec City for about a one week. During that time, visitors can see people wearing historical costumes and role playing which creates a great visiting ambiance... read more arrow
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Quebec City's annual Winter Carnival showcases great winter ambiance in a greatly well preserved historical setting. There are parades, slides within some of the historical districts's street, ice sculpture displays and much more... read more arrow
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The Pierced Rock (or Roché Percé) is an impressive rock wall that was left standing after thousands of years of costal erosion. It has an gateway hole near it's seaside extremity that can be visited a few hours a day by foot when the tides permit it... read more arrow
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The Bonaventure Island is a small and roundly shaped island that is located at the end of the Gaspésie peninsula of the province of Quebec and very close to the Rocher Percé (or Pierced Rock).

The island is well known to host an impressive, and largest in the world, colony of Northern Gannets birds during the summer months... read more arrow
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The Beers and Tastes Festival is annually held in Chambly. It offer visitors a great selection of micro-brewed beers as well as a nice variety of cheese, wines and cider made by local artisans... read more arrow
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The Canadian Railway Museum in Saint-Constant, Quebec, displays old trains and locomotives that were used from the beginning of the industrialization boom of the 1800's to the late 1900's. Some of these locomotives and wagons can also be visited from the inside... read more arrow
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The Château Montebello is a luxury hotel made of an impressive and visible wooden rotunda structure which is accessible for public viewing. The hotel complex is located by the charming Outaouais River in Montebello in southwestern Quebec... read more arrow
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The Montreal Casino is located on the Ile-Notre-Dame (Notre-Dame Island), south of downtown Montreal, and by the Gilles-Villeneuves car racing track. It can be accessed through the Jacques Cartier Bridge or through the smaller La Concorde Bridge if arriving from the Old Montreal District... read more arrow
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The Canadian Museum of Civilization that is usually thought to be in Ottawa is actually located in Gatineau and overlooking the Parliament Hill on the other side of Ottawa River.

The Museum is one of Canada's most visited museum and showcases a nice blend of permanent and temporary exhibits... read more arrow
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Going to Mont Tremblant is like anything else in North America. Tons of quality outdoor activities are available around this spectacular country center and it's Austrian styled pedestrian village will give you a sightseeing and experience to remember... read more arrow
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The Montmorency Falls (or "Chutes") in Beauport, near Quebec City, are one of the tallest waterfalls in North America. Although far from being as large in width, the Chutes Montmorency are actually 30m taller than the Niagara Falls... read more arrow
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