Hotels in Quebec
Tourism in Quebec
Quebec has a lot of history behind it. From the indigenous peoples until the 19th century, when the first modern settlements began. At present, due to its strong nationalist and linguistic tradition, Quebec has submitted two referendums for the independence of the Canadian state, but they have not been approved.
The province of Quebec has mainly three major tourist cities; Montreal, Gatineau and Quebec City. The modern and romantic city Quebec is located on the shore of St. Lawrence River, which makes it an idyllic place.
The historic district of the city was declared a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1985. This cultural center has a very active port, and one of the most important ones in the country.
The city conceals attractive nooks, where strolls are converted into pleasant evenings, by the charm of a fortified city with many historical buildings. The Museum of French America, the Museum of the Ursulines, the Artillery Park, the Museum of Civilization, the citadel and the old port are all worth visiting. The nearest natural environment is determined by the presence of 27 natural parks in the region, where you can practice various natural activities and sport in the vast forests, clean lakes and high mountains. Quebec is a city where you can breathe in fresh air.