Described as a country within a country, Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage site full of history for you to explore. Wander the narrow, cobbled picture-perfect streets and find some trinkets to bring back with you.
If you venture out of the main city, black bears can be spotted amongst the landscape and you can also find whales gracing the coastline views. Head to the Terrasse Saint-Denis for incredible views of Château Frontenac plus you’ll also catch a glimpse of the old town and the St. Lawrence river.
Getting around the town is efficient when using the Metrobus and make sure you stop by one of the local eateries and sample the cities famed dished of poutine – fries and cheese curds covered with gravy.
The most common language of Quebec is French but you will find the friendly locals are more than happy to converse with tourists in English and welcome you to their city. June to October sees the warmer months with Autumn being another great time to visit as you’ll get to admire the stunning colours of the city.