Montreal, Quebec City & Quebec
Don't miss Montreal's most popular and characterized by their uniquely French influence points of interest! Just to mention a few, the Notre Dame Basilica, Old Montréal, French Quarter, outside view of Olympic Site and the panoramic view on top of Mt. Royal. Referred to as "Canada's Cultural Capital", Montreal is Canada's centre for French-language television productions, radio, theatre, film, multimedia, and print publishing.
Be charmed by the old world atmosphere of Québec City with its narrow streets, steep hills and numerous historical treasures on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, a UNESCO World Heritage city, only 3 hours from Montréal. Admire the city’s beatiful European architecture and explore the famous Château Frontenac.
Québec Region is famous for its natural beauty, from peaceful lakes to rolling rivers to the glacial valley in Jacques-Cartier National Park. Just take the time to explore what this beautiful region has to offer!
When to visit
Summer is the best season to visit Montreal as it's when most of the music and comedy festivals happen, followed by spring then fall. Winter can be spectacular if you’re up to the cold temperatures and snow.