Live large in Quebec—It IS Canada’s largest province after all.
Speaking of large, DYK the waterfall at the Montmorency Falls Park is 30 metres higher than Niagara Falls? This breathtaking scenery can be experienced while riding the gondola, climbing the scenic stairway or crossing the suspension bridge.
Don’t forget to venture down to Old Québec for a beautiful stroll to see Petit Champlain and North America’s oldest street and visit various notable historical sites like the Château Frontenac, which is the most photographed hotel on the planet.
If you’re looking for a unique experience next winter, book a night in Valcartier’s Hôtel de Glace—a hotel carved every year from ice!
If summer is more your thing, Montréal’s summer crowd-pleasers include the explosive International des Feux Loto-Québec and a fireworks competition that lights up the Montréal night skies. Ready for an unforgettable experience? Start here: www.quebecoriginal.com
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