Whether you are looking for outdoor activities, cultural tours, or simply wish a sightseeing drive, then travel to Canada and make your way to Quebec. The more than 400 festivals every year will surely give you something to do!
You might dispel the myth that Quebec is a cushy place to stay in when you try out one of the adventure courses that are heating up the Quebecois atmosphere. There are more outdoor enthusiasts that come to Quebec just to try out the adventure courses.
Who can remain stressed if he is flying around the trees like Superman and zipping along over forests, escarpments, and gorges? It’s a great way to challenge yourself and build up team spirit in your family or among your close friends.
After all that exertion, it’s time for pampering and enjoyment. Whether or not city living is more your speed, you must take in the most spectacular view of this venerable city be walking along the Dufferin Terrace beside the Chateau Frontenac and just enjoy.
Once you’ve seen what the city has to offer, you may want to purchase a small souvenir to cement that memory. The best place to do it is on the rue des Tresors where you may find a painting or possibly a print of the view or other things that are typically Quebecois.
Take a tour of the Old City by meandering around the gracefully-built homes and buildings that are to be found there. You’ll grow to notice why the whole of Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage site, with all the beautiful buildings preserved and other monuments cared for as well. Walking down the cobblestone lanes in the midst of seventeenth century architecture and the thriving cafe culture carried over from France can fascinate you for hours.
Wander down a little ways more and explore the Citadelle, the single North American fortress still in existence today. Because of the way it has been preserved, it may not come as a surprise that it’s still in use and in fact the Governor-General’s residence is within. You can visit the museums or take the tour, just be sure to catch the changing of the guard in the summertime.