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Quebec landmarks

Discover what Quebec sights Canada has to offer in this Quebec travel guide. The province does not only consist of the highlights in Montreal or Quebec City. It's also worth taking a look at the regions off the beaten tourist track. There is a lot to discover. Do you like villages that have the charm of history? There are quite a few of them. A road trip along the St. Lawrence River shows you the maritime side of the province. Québec's cuisine is also exciting. Both French and English influences play a role here. The cuisine of the First Nations is also interesting. There are taste experiences that you should get to know. Discover here which Quebec sights Canada has to offer.

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Tips for the perfect Montreal City Tour for Foodies

The Perfect Montreal City Tour for Foodies We are looking for the perfect Montreal City Tour for foodies. We know from our travels through the Cantons de l'Est and the Ile d'Orleans that Quebec is a real paradise for connoisseurs and gourmets. The French-Canadian penchant for good ...
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Discover Old Quebec: How to best experience Old Quebec?

What's the best way to experience Old Quebec? We want to get to know Old Quebec. Québec City is a city that attracts us again and again. Is it because its historical heritage is reminiscent of European cities or because the cityscape of the old town is very well preserved? ...
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Our Christmas tree

German Christmas markets in Canada

Christmas Markets in Canada Few countries are home to as many cultures from around the world as Canada does. There is no city that is not home to people from all over the world - one of which is particularly diverse, such as Toronto, where almost exactly half of ...
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poutine

Poutine, specialty from Quebec

Poutine, the Quebec specialty In Quebec I really wanted to try poutine. I had heard a lot about this dish, but I had never tried it before: some describe it quite ungalant as potato mush with sauce, others are almost offended because they are outside of Quebec ...
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Romantic bakery at St Lawrence

This St Lawrence bakery is worth a stop. Nobody in Kamouraska on St Lawrence, Quebec can only be described as romantic. The customer enters an overgrown garden through an archway entwined with climbing plants. It owes its charm to this wildness. The bakery is a little hard to find ...
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The leaves are so red in the Indian Summer in Quebec © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline

The best photos of Indian Summer in the US and Canada

The Best Photos from Indian Summer Autumn has arrived in New England and Eastern Canada. For us, this is definitely the best time to travel to these regions. Then nature rears up again. For the last time in the year it shows a color spectacle. The extensive ...
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The Auberge La Goéliche on the Ile d'Orleans in Quebec

Romance by the Sankt Lorenz stream

You say it doesn't exist? Oh but! A few years ago my husband and I took a full day on a leisurely trip through Québec to get to know the Île d'Orléans at the gates of Québec a little better. From driving quickly through I knew the island in Santa ...
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Charming Quebec Village: A cozy bench in Knowlton, Quebec

Charming village in Quebec - Knowlton

A charming village in Quebec: Knowlton in the Eastern Townships Do you know that too? You visit a place that you have not heard of or imagined before and you will be surprised by what you find there. This is what happened to us last year in the small village of Knowlton in ...
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At this fireplace, you can dream wonderfully into the next day at the Manoir Hovey in Quebec

At the Manoir Hovey in Quebec

I would have liked to have spent my honeymoon at Manoir Hovey in Quebec If Petar and I weren't already married, the Relais & Chateaux Hotel Manoir Hovey would definitely have been one of the closest choices when looking for a romantic hotel for our honeymoon. But last year we were allowed to ...
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Dried lavender at Bleu Lavande in Quebec

The scent of lavender in Quebec on the Bleu Lavande farm

It's hard to believe, but in the Cantons de l'Est in Quebec, the scent of lavender is in the air. At least at Bleu Lavande, lavender is grown in order to extract the essential oils from lavender. Granted, it wasn't easy to treat the lavender in Canada's harsh climate to ...
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The Chateau Frontenac towers over the St. Lawrence River in Quebec

Impressions from Chateau Frontenac in Quebec

As the loyal readers of you know, we are often on our travels in Quebec, a Canadian city that we particularly love because of its well-preserved historical cityscape, its excellent cuisine and the many interesting places to be discovered there. One of them is the Chateau Frontenac, which like ...
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The Frontenac grapes are particularly suitable for the region

Cider and wine tasting in Quebec

What do we do when it rains on vacation? We look for a job in the dry. And that's exactly what we're doing on our trip through southern Quebec. We're in the Cantons de l'Est, a region about an hour's drive south of Montreal, and want to find out what this part of Quebec ...
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Bistros at the Place d'Armes

In Quebec City, history is not far away

In Quebec City, history is never far away! Be it the Chateau Frontenac, the traditional luxury hotel that towers unmistakably on the Cap Diamant above the St. Lawrence River, be it the plains of Abraham at the gates of the city, on which the decisive battle between the French and the British for the ...
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Exploramer

Underwater World of St. Lawrence River in Quebec: Explorative

Is it the same for you: when I travel, I always want to learn a lot more about the region than is described in the travel guides? And that brings me to topics that I usually rarely think of. That happened to me on our last trip to Quebec. This led ...
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On the St. Lorenz stream

From Montreal to Quebec along King's Road

Most travelers take the freeway to get from Montreal to Quebec as quickly as possible and they don't know what they're missing out on. There is a worthwhile alternative to the monotonous motorway drive, for which at least a full day should be planned: the King's Road, which runs directly along the north bank of the St.
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The religious heritage of Quebec

Schools, churches, monasteries - the religious heritage of Quebec

The Religious Legacy of Quebec Religion played an important role in Old Quebec. No wonder, as the city on Cap Diamant above the St. Lawrence River was one of the first centers of French settlement in Canada. In 1608, Quebec City was owned by Samuel de Champlain as a palisade fort at the foot of the soaring ...
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In Kamouraska on the St. Lawrence River

Shopping experience full of nostalgia

If you don't know, it's easy to drive by: in the small village of Kamouraska on the south bank of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada, there are a few shops that bring the good old days back to life. Those who like to visit nostalgic corner shops and indulge themselves with homemade delicacies from the village bakery ...
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Montreal skyline

The maritime heritage in Montreal on the St. Lawrence River

Montreal on the St. Lawrence River Actually, Montreal is not associated with the sea. After all, the Atlantic Ocean is 1600 kilometers from the metropolis in Quebec. Nevertheless, you quickly get a different impression if you stroll along the waterfront in Montreal. The quays are teeming with ...
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Fruit from the Ile d'Orleans

Fresh fruits and vegetables from the Ile d'Orléans

The Ile d'Orléans at the gates of Québec City is a true paradise for connoisseurs: Jacques Cartier, the first European who discovered it in the 16th century on one of his trips up the Saint Lawrence River, called it the island of Bacchus. Little did he suspect that his ...
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Cheeses from Quebec

Eating in Quebec Canada

Anyone who says there is no food culture in Canada has never been to Quebec. The sight of the delicious sausages, cheeses and poultry specialties in delicatessen shops, but also in some supermarkets, makes your mouth water. Those who take the time can take a trip through Canada's Belle ...
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  1. Shadowlight
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    I like to click my way everywhere!
    I wish you a nice weekend!

    • Monika & Petar Fuchs
      | Reply

      Quebec is a very diverse province. We love to be there.

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