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With cobbled streets, narrow alleys, independent shops and stunning architecture, Quebec is a stunning destination at any time of year. Quebec City offers a true taste of the French-Canadian heritage with its picturesque Old Town, now a UNESCO World Heritage site, and picture-perfect colonial houses. In winter you can take a horse sleigh ride through Quebec City, go ice skating, skiing, visit an ice bar, warm up with a bowl of poutine and admire the beautiful Christmas lights. In summer, Quebec comes alive with bustling tourists visiting historic Quebec City in search of French-Canadian history.
In Québec, the joie de vivre is contagious, creativity is abundant and the natural and wildlife wonders are spectacular. Québec is Canada's largest province and home to the world's second-largest French-speaking city after Paris – Montréal - although English is also widely spoken. Its enthusiastic and friendly people are known for their passion, spontaneity and warmth.
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Montréal offers a perfect blend of French and British heritage. It's the largest city in the province of Québec, and the second largest city in Canada after Toronto. Montréal is a melting pot of cultures and lifestyles. Explore the cobblestone streets of Vieux Montréal and enjoy its lively café society. There is an abundance of street festivals: the Formula 1 Grand Prix is definitely an exhilarating event and the International Fireworks Festival will impress all ages.
The only walled city in North America, Québec City is over 400 years old, making it one of North America's oldest cities. This picturesque city is a UNESCO World Heritage site, its cobbled streets bursting with fantastic boutiques, charming bistros and historic sites. Walk along the promenade outside the Hotel Château Frontenac for amazing views of the mighty St Lawrence River and the old Lower Town. The city has what it takes to please: an enchanting setting on the St. Lawrence River, a priceless architectural legacy and a rich and colourful past. The surrounding region is brimming with exceptional natural parks and pretty villages.