Canada Travel Guide - Quebec
Quebec Travel Guide
As the largest province of Canada, Quebec is the foremost populated area of French speaking Canadians, which allows visitors to experience the countries second languages in la belle province, "the beautiful province". This is a big statement that rings true in this four season province, which boarders the eastern shores of the great Hudson Bay. Montreal reflects the expected sites and sounds as North America’s Francaphone Metropolis and Quebec City recites the romantic blend of historic culture, main stream city life, and one of the most photographed hotels in the world, Château Frontenac, symbolic of the province’s architectural charm. Quebec hosts its proud team of hockey athletes the Montreal Canadians and a spectacular winter carnival “Carnaval de Quebec” held in February, which is renowned for its International Snow Sculpture Event in Quebec City. Discovering parts of Quebec reveals tradition, culture tours, pedestrian streets, spectacular scenery both waterside and inland, along with the perfect measure from which to judge them - aerial sightseeing (by tram or helicopter), and a fairy tale feel to the wonderful theatre writing and playhouses. Quebec is a province one could be lost in with enjoyment, even more so when one is open to attempting the language!