Canada’s largest province is a premier destination packed with Francophone culture, bustling cities and a sprawling natural landscape. The second-most populous province next to Ontario, Quebec is primarily French-speaking (the official language is French) and has preserved its French heritage admirably through culture, language and tradition.
The majority of Quebec’s population lives near its two major cities, Montreal and Quebec City, located in the southern part of the province. The former is a cultural and financial hub that offers visitors simultaneously a glimpse of the old and the new. The city’s center, Old Montreal, is a taste of Paris, but closer to home – and less expensive – for North American travelers. Quebec City, the province’s capital, is a cliff-side destination that gives visitors a historical insight to the province’s past.
Its four distinct seasons make Quebec a top destination year-round for both Canadians and international tourists, and its vast, inspiring scenery offer the perfect setting for summer retreats, autumn getaways, winter ski trips and spring festivals.
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