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Quebec Eating and Drinking Guide

Quebec Eating and Drinking Guide

Quebec City offers quite an eating and drinking experience to its visitors. Quebec has been greatly influenced by France as it was once a colony. That is why the typical the food that people may find in Quebec is one that is influenced by the French. French cuisine is common fare in Quebec and other cities belonging to this province. So much so that Quebec city also has them, being the province’s government capital. As a major city in the province with over 700,000 inhabitants, a visit to Quebec…

Getting Around Quebec

Getting Around Quebec

When getting around Quebec, travelers are provided a number of options. As one of the major provinces in Canada, Quebec has a vast network of travel routes and networks that can be traveled on by a variety of means. People can easily go from one city in Quebec to another by way of several transportation options. The fastest way of getting around Quebec is by plane. By the sheer size of the province, visiting the different places of interest in a short time may require time saving traveling solu…

Things to Do in Quebec

Things to Do in Quebec

There are lots of things to do in Quebec. The city in this province offers quite a varied array of activities to keep visitors busy during their vacation. There are many sights to see, events to take part in as well as activities to do and enjoy. Quebec can be considered as a destination for people who want some action while interacting with nature. Quebec offers many outdoor recreational activities for visitors. Quebec is a province blessed with a beautiful and varies natural landscape that pr…

Getting Around Montreal

Getting Around Montreal

The city of Montreal is conveniently laid out in a grid pattern, and is defined by neighborhoods and districts. The main downtown is the area south of Mont Royal, with Rue Sainte Catherine-the main shopping street-running through its center from east to west.Another popular street in Montreal is Rue Saint Denis in the chic district of Plateau Mont Royal. The street, also referred to as “The Main”, delineates traditional French-English boundaries with the area east of The Main remaining French-in…

Montreal Eating and Drinking Guide

Montreal Eating and Drinking Guide

Montreal is a culinary mecca, with a wide variety of food options ranging from diners and fast foods to low-cost ethnic restaurants to “haute cuisine”. The city was even considered as one of the best dining cities in North America apart from San Francisco and New York.Meanwhile, the legal drinking age in the city is 18, but it is not strictly enforced.Here is your guide in eating and drinking in Montreal.Jewish-inspired cuisine – The city’s large local Jewish population has contributed local spe…

Things To Do in Montreal

Things To Do in Montreal

Montreal is the cultural capital of Canada’s Quebec Province. It is the country’s second largest country, which is actually situated on an island, surrounded by Saint Lawrence and Ottawa rivers. A city rich in culture and history, Montreal is also known for its fashionably-dressed people and being one of the liveliest cities in North America.The city is also home to the third-largest French-speaking population in the world, behind Paris and Kinshasa.Here are what you should do when traveling to …