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Getting around Québec by car: distances, tourist signage
Québec’s road network covers some 70,000 km (43,500 mi.) and offers extensive tourist signage.
Snowboarding in Québec
Popular regions for snowboarding, the Laurentides, Québec City, Charlevoix and Eastern Townships regularly host World Cup championships.
The Québec City area
Québec’s country routes: The Navigators’ Route
Limitless panoramas of the St. Lawrence, its islands and the magnificent mountains of the North Shore await you on the Navigators' Route (Route des navigateurs).
Gay Québec: equality, diversity, festivity!
Gay visitors are sure to appreciate the unique allure of Montréal (with its Gay Village) and Québec City: major festivals, gourmet offerings and unparalleled nightlife!
Québec’s regions: Bas-Saint-Laurent means ecotourism and maritime pleasures
The St. Lawrence River as far as the eye can see, islands, long flats, mountains, farming valleys, rivers and lakes—that's what's in store for you in this diverse and spectacular
Bonjour Québec.com: Tourist information and reservations to help you plan your trip to Québec
Québec’s historic sites: five centuries of history
Québec’s historic sites highlight its military past (as a French and then British colony), the lives of its leaders and the day-to-day trials and triumphs of its people.
Getting to Québec by air, train, bus, automobile
Flights from Québec go all over the Americas, Europe and Asia, while neighbouring provinces and states are connected by road and rail networks.
Natural sites: extraordinary craters, waterfalls, canyons and fjord
Craters, falls, canyons, fjord: Québec overflows with spectacular natural attractions. Many are located in the national parks or areas recognized by UNESCO.
Tourism and disabilities
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