Montréal | Trois-Rivières | Québec | Saguenay | Baie-Comeau | Sept-Îles | Havre-Saint-Pierre | Gaspésie | Îles de la Madeleine
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European atmosphere, cool urban vide, Montréal is an international hub in the heart of North America.
Viewed form the river, the city's charm is immediatly apparent. In the foreground, historic Old Montréal. A little further on, modern skyscrapers pointing to the green peak of Mount Royal. Walking through the streets, you'll notice the positive and dynamic energy coursing through the city, along with a reassuring sense of safety. One thing is for sure: Montréal offerts everything you could want and more for a memorable stay. Explore the districts on foot or electrical cicycles, immerse yourself in history and culture, museum and art exhibitions or simply indulge in the city's sinful gastronomy. Come and discover a destination like not other!
Originally a fur trading hub, Trois-Rivières is the second oldest French-city in Noth America, with a host of sights and activities easily accessible by foot. A stone's throw from the harbour, the town centre hosts numerous festivities and has a beautiful historic district loved by locals and locals and visitors alike. Known as the capital of poetry, discover the old city while reading excerpts from 300 Québec love poems displayed on the city's walls.
With stylish boutiques, friendly cafes and bars, and a variety of museums and heritage sites, there's always something new to discover. Close to the effervescent urban environment, an abundant and diverse nature unfolds for kilometers, a paradise for all activities related to the outoors and ecotourism. Stop by for a warm welcome in the unique and charming city of Trois-Rivières.
You'll fall in love with Québec City at first sight. The stunning architecture of the world-famous Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, idyllic cobblestone streets and unique fortifications tell a captivating story. Strikingly beautiful, it is infused with Euro-American charm, drawing on its rich past while confidently embracing the future.
From Old Québec, a UNESCO World heritage Site, to a diversity of natural wonders just minutes from downtown, Québec City seamlessly combines history, culture and the great outdoors. Take in the museums and art galleries, sample the delicious local cuisine, and enjoy the wram hospitality of the locals. With so much to offer for every mood and taste, it's no wonder Québec City is one of the top tourist destiations in the world.
The perfect combination of breathtaking nature and vibrant city life, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean is one of the most celebrated regions in Québec. Surrounded by three national parks and the Saguenay Fjord, one of the longest fjords in the world, the region offers a multitude of activities and adventures, each more exciting than the last.
Hit the waves on a kayak or sailboat-and witness the magical fjord by seaplane or helicopter. Take your pick of museums as you discover the region's fascinating history. Wander around the bustling boutiques, galleries and cafes- and relive the region's most important historical events at the world-famous La Fabuleuse show. With something new to discover at every turn-you can't help but fall for the warm and unique charm of the Saguenay.
Baie-Comeau is part of the UNESCO Manicouagan-Uapishka World Biosphere Reserve, one of the largest biospheres in the world. Surrounded by water, locals and tourists can enjoy parks, walking trails and easy access to numerous beaches.
Experiencing life as a lumberjack at notorious Franquelin Heritage Forest Village, Baie-Comeau has something for everyone. Admire magnificent frescoes inside the beautiful Church of St. Amelia, learn the fascinating history of Colonel McCormick at Baie-Comeau Manor, and witness one of Québec's greatest feats of engineering at the hydroelectric dams. Big country with big heart, Baie-Comeau is a unique and unforgettable experience.
Sept-Îles sits at the point where one of the world's greatest rivers meets the sea. Located north of the 50th parallel, the region is famed for its deep-sea port able to welcome the biggest ships. With a diverse mix of cultures and rich natural resources, this cradle of the Innu community has welcomed countless trappers and fishermen over the years.
Its stunning archipelago, beautiful sand beaches, vast boreal forest, and countless sights and activities mean there's something magical to discover at every turn. From backcountry to beaches, Sept-Îles is the vibrant heart of a region know for its warm hospitality, and seven breathtaking islands ready to welcome you with adventures and natural wonders.
The Havre-Saint-Pierre port of call is located in the beautiful Minganie region of Québec, boasting miles of shoreline, stunning sandy beaches and and picturesque villages, bursting with charm and adventure.
Surrounding the town of Havre-Saint-Pierre is the world-famous Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve, a chain of limestone islands and granite islets with a natural beauty that will take your breath away. You can't help but be inspired by the region's mysterious monoliths and diverse wildlife, including whales, marine birds and botanical plant life. Soak up the rich traditional culture of the Innu communities, and sample the local adventure tourism with hiking, boating and much more. With a vibrant culture and natural treasures at every turn, you'll fall instantly in love with Havre-Saint-Pierre and Minganie.
Embraced by the rich waters of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, the Gaspé port off call will captivate you with its jagged cliffs, endless coastline and breathtaking mountains. Featured on National Geographic's list of «must-see» places in the world, the region is home to picturesque coastal villages, charming maritime architecture, awe-inspiring national parks, world-famous hospitality and diverse wildlife, including moose, caribou, whales, seals and more.
Explore nature at its best at Forillon National Park, be amazed at the thousands of northern gannets that flock to Bonaventure Island, and take in the wonder that is Percé Rock, one of he largest natural arches in the world. Experience the trip of a lifetime on the one and only Gaspé Peninsula.
With is stunning marine landscape, exceptional coastline and well-preserved natural heritage, a stop in Îles de la Madeleine is a truly unique experience. Located in the heart of the Gulf of Saint-lawrence, this breathtaking archipelago is on the Canada New England cruise ship route.
Rendez-vous with nature at its most magnificent as you receive a warm, hospitable welcome from Madelinots, a rich and diverse community combining English, Acadian and French cultures. Discover traditions created over centuries. Sample delicious local cuisine, featuring the very best flavours of the sea. And enjoy the mild maritime climate with summer days that continue well into September. Fall for the islander way of life in beautiful Îles de la Madeleine.