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    Visiting Quebec: Canada’s Own “Mini France”

    Just a few hours north of Canada’s border with the U.S. state of Maine – and a short drive from Montreal, Quebec City, Quebec feels much like a small French city has been transported across the ocean to Canada. Located in the province of Quebec, a predominantly French speaking area (in fact, the official language […]

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    Top Trails for ATVing in Quebec

    When it comes to ATVing in Canada, Quebec doesn’t receive nearly as much attention as it deserves. Quebec is geographically diverse, and it provides a nice balance between riding areas and urban proximity. Quebec is a great choice for a single-day excursion, but it’s also a spectacular option for a weekend adventure or even an […]

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    History of Montreal

    Located on an island in the St. Lawrence River, Montreal was originally known as Ville Marie. Discovered in 1535 by French explorer, Jacques Cartier, a cross was placed on the mountain that he named Mont-Royal. Inhabited by the Iroquoians for thousands of years prior to Cartier, their village was referred to as Hochelaga.

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    Ten More Things to do in Montreal Canada

    Montreal is best known for its authentic European atmosphere and sophisticated ambience. This city is one of the most popular cities in North America. Montreal boasts an incredible array of attractions and activities, including world-class museums, cultural venues, historic landmarks, a variety of entertainment options and unique nightlife.

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    Best Coffee Shops in Montreal

    Best Coffee Shops in Montreal

    If you’re visiting Montreal or are new to the city, you might be looking for a new hangout. It’s worth checking out the best coffee shops in Montreal to find your new home away from home.

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    10 Things to Do in Montreal

    1. Visit Old Montreal A historic view of Montreal, Old Montreal is a well-preserved component of the town. Some of the things to enjoy in Old Montreal would be the Town Center, a Beach Area, and, of course, a walking area that showcases the beautiful historic architecture of Old Montreal.

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    Where to Stay in Quebec

    Downtown Quebec is a quaint neighborhood comprising of the Old World Charm. From tall buildings to trendy boutiques with a plethora of older and more historic neighborhoods this part of town offers something for everybody. Travelers will have a lot to see and do and when the choice comes to the Quebec Hotels there is […]

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    Visit Montreal

    Sitting between two rivers and catering to a large immigrant population, Montreal is a kaleidoscope of culture and languages that beckon visitors with open arms. Some people who visit this pristine city find themselves having trouble leaving. Why leave? Montreal is big enough for everybody. Home to several renowned festivals, such as the International Jazz […]

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    Quebec Travel Guide

    Parlez-vous français?  If so, the Canadian city of Quebec may be the vacation destination for you. If you’re interested in one of the only North American cities with French as the official language and court/legal procedures still performed in French, as well as many French cultural activities, a short or long visit to Quebec would […]

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