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Québec’s UNESCO sites: six remarkable natural or cultural attractions
Québec boasts six remarkable natural or cultural attractions recognized by UNESCO: Old Québec City, Parc national de Miguasha and four biosphere reserves.
Québec’s country routes: The Border Route
The territory of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region shares its borders with New Brunswick and the U.S. state of Maine. By taking the Border Route (Route des frontières), you’ll discover
Québec’s theme parks, amusement parks and zoos
Fun for the whole family! Combine education and enjoyment on a trip to one of Québec’s zoos, theme parks or amusement parks.
The St. Lawrence: Discover isles and islands of the great river from Île d’Orléans to Grosse Île, the Mingan archipelago, Anticosti, and beyond
Whether anchored in mid-stream or a stone’s throw from the shore, the islands of the St. Lawrence are fascinating destinations, full of surprising discoveries for natural and
Wildlife observation in Québec: The forest dwellers
Québec’s forests are home to many large mammals like the white-tailed deer, moose, black bear and caribou (which also roams the taiga and tundra).
Québec’s regions: Abitibi-Témiscamingue, land of mines and the fur trade
What's the best way to describe Abitibi-Témiscamingue? Endless forests and countless lakes and waterways—in other words, immense spaces that are still intact!
Driving to Québec – driving distances
Québec borders Ontario, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador. From Montréal and Québec City, Ottawa and Toronto are just a few hours away by car.
Québec’s regions: The Eastern Townships, superb resorts and lush green hills
A real Garden of Eden for nature lovers! Hiking, cycling and horseback-riding trails abound in this holiday haven. There are numerous golf courses, and enormous lakes, perfect
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