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A picture to colour in—a fun way to get to know Québec
Riding the bus to Québec – the Montréal bus station
A number of bus lines (including Adirondack and Greyhound) link Québec with Canada and the United States. Worth noting for discount travel: Greyhound’s Discovery Pass.
Photos of Québec: the most breathtaking sites and landscapes
A slideshow overview of the most beautiful landscapes and most picturesque scenes that await you in Québec, whatever season you choose to make your visit.
Québec’s regions: Gaspésie, Percé, Île Bonaventure, Forillon and the Chic-Chocs
Breathtaking panoramas, splendid views at every turn and tasty maritime cuisine—the Gaspésie offers you all this and more.
Hiking in Québec: a trail for every taste
Over 6,000 km (3,700 mi.) of trails of various lengths wind through Québec, including the International Appalachian Trail.
Québec business tourism: Gatineau meetings, conventions, seminars
At the gateway to Ottawa, Gatineau and its Palais des congrès host major events each year in the heart of an urban area that is close to the great outdoors.
Getting around Québec by plane: airports and air travel
A number of airlines offer regular flights between various cities in Québec. Some will let you charter a plane to the destination of your choice.
Family holidays: outdoor activities, water sports, winter fun
Québec’s country routes: The King’s Road
The King's Road (Chemin du Roy) is the oldest roadway in Canada. From 1737, it linked New France's three largest cities: Montréal, Trois-Rivières and Québec City.
Québec’s tourist regions: Activities, attractions, accommodations
Québec has 21 tourist regions, each of which presents a unique facet of the province from a geographical, historical and cultural perspective.
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