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
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
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
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.