Quebec

Sugar shacks, French history and beautiful cobblestone streets are some things to see in Quebec. These Quebec Travel Tips will help you decide what to do.

Economuseum
Don't confuse an economuseum with an ecomuseum. An economuseum (or ÉCONOMUSÉE® ) is a growing movement in parts of the world that showcase living arts, artisanal food making, crafts and culture. Although Quebec is renowned for its unique French Quebec culture, far too few visitors know about its vibrant...
camping in canada
There are several ways to explore Canada. You can go on an organised package tour, drive across Canada or take the train across Canada. If you love adventure then camping in Canada is a great way to save money while exploring the country. Of all the things to do...
montebello town center
The world’s largest log “cabin,” blonde bears, electric ATVs and remote cabins on secluded lakes make Montebello in Quebec a fabulous destination. From natural blondes (bears, that is...) through to the majesty of the world’s largest “log cabin” (Fairmont Le Château Montebello resort), there's a range of amazing things to...
quebec winter carnival

Quebec Winter Carnival

Every year, thousands of visitors flock to the Québec Winter Carnival to enjoy a host of activities for all ages. Those brave enough to sign up for the Quebec Winter Carnival snow bath run onto the snow, laughing and screaming. The group of semi-naked men and women are wearing...
ice hotel
More than 55,000 people have slept in an ice bed in Quebec’s Hôtel de Glace. Since opening in 2001, the Quebec Ice Hotel has charmed locals and visitors. Having drink in the bar of the Quebec Ice Hotel is one of the fun activities in Quebec in winter. Sleeping in...
Sugar Shack Quebec
Pure unadulterated sweet sticky maple syrup in a sugar shack in Quebec, it doesn’t get more Canadian than this. And seeing the price it fetches on the world market these days many insiders consider the naturally made product as the new liquid gold. At last count, a barrel can obtain $1,800...