Canada:-French-heritage-and-foodie's-heaven

1-4,Montreal

Brush up on your French when you visit Canada’s French-speaking city. The art and food scenes are among the best in the country. Sip espresso in a cafe on Plateau Mont-Royal, delight your tastebuds in one of the many food markets or unleash your creativity at a cooking class. Be sure to take in the 18th Century architecture of Old Montreal.

1h26m to Mont Tremblant

5-7,Mont Tremblant

Take advantage of unique outdoor activities like fat biking or snowshoeing at Domaine Saint-Bernard in the surroundings of the National Park. Enjoy an aerial view of the Laurentians’ highest peak and get a sense of scale when you ride the popular Panoramic Gondola.

3h50m to Quebec City

8-10,Quebec City

Discover the UNESCO-listed Old Québec, the only walled city to be found north of Mexico and crammed full of cobblestone streets which are a delight to wander. The city’s known for its famous Chateau Frontenac, the most photographed hotel in the world. Don’t forget to visit the Great Wall – it’s 4.6 km long with imposing gates.

1h44m to La Malbaie

11-14,La Malbaie

Take a stroll in the picturesque town of La Malbaie, where you can stay in a historic manor house or a cosy inn during your visit. Here you can enjoy splendid views of St. Lawrence, Pointe-au-Pic and Saint-Fidèle. Lounge at the high-end Casino de Charlevoix or dine at one of the sought-after restaurants on Rue Saint-Étienne.