Road trips are always fun and usually much more affordable than other getaway options. Whether you’re going alone, taking a friend, or loading up the whole family, here are four road trip ideas to help you explore the great province of Quebec.
Autumn in Quebec is one of the most beautiful times of the year to visit. Temperatures are still warm and enjoyable, there is also a crisp freshness to the air. From the bountiful orchards and vineyards of the Eastern Townships to the flair and bustle of charming Quebec City, our province has much to discover.
There are many factors that come into play when we look at tourism, including local and global economies fluctuating and other world events. With the Canadian dollar being on the low side, many countries can visit us economically.
When compared to other cities, Montreal’s bring your own wine (BYOW) scene is not only affordable, it’s quite popular. Once you have your favourite beer or wine, take a look through these BYOW restaurants.
Summer is here! That means there is no shortage of festivals and outdoor activities to choose from. If you’re here visiting, be sure to make some time to take in one or more of the great festivals and events that take place during August.
Montreal has the reputation of being the festival capital of North America – and for good reason. Some of the biggest and most famous festivals run that month; festivals like the Jazz Fest or Osheaga and the insanely funny Just for Laughs.
Just like fine dining, the city is full of great choices for hungry people looking for a snack, or lunch. So how do you take in the best of what Montreal has to offer? Take a quick read through this article and discover some of Montreal’s must-try foods.
It’s no secret that the month of March is full of unexpected surprises, weather and climate included. The month of April can be equally surprising. But some of those surprises are quite pleasant – just take a look at the variety of upcoming fairs and events you can take part.
Valentines day in Montreal provides couples ample opportunity to express their feelings for each other in both romantic and not-so-romantic ways. Read on for more great ideas for this Valentines weekend.
For many people, winter is one of the best times of the year, especially if you’re here to take in some winter activities. Montreal is the perfect hub for snowy, wintry fun! Here is an article full of little tips to make your stay in Montreal all the more pleasant and safe.
From the Laurentians to the Eastern Townships, staying in a hotel suite Montreal puts them within your reach!
If you love nature, skiing, snowboarding, or even tubing, head north of Montreal to the famous Laurentians.
Travelling solo requires a few things to make it safe and enjoyable. We’ll set down a few guidelines in this article for travelling solo safely. As far as Montreal goes, you’ll find it to be a very open and welcoming city, to all types of travelers.
From tiny hole-in-the-wall shops to expansive high-end barista wielding cafes, Montreal is a full cup when it comes to coffee. We’ve put together a small sampling of our local coffee shops worth your visit.
Cruise ships bring traffic to cities across the globe like few other things can. With thousands of on-board passengers in vacation mode, having a cruise ship dock in your city’s port is good news for business and traveller alike.