Old Quebec is a perfect destination for history and culture enthusiasts. With its rich history, architecture, cultural attractions, delicious cuisine and diverse outdoor activities, it offers something for everyone.
This is how I imagine winter to be. Frosty temperatures, lots of snow, frozen rivers and a bright blue sky where the sun's rays make the snow sparkle. We are lucky enough to experience the Ottawa Winterlude under optimal conditions.
The CN Tower in Toronto is hard to miss. For a long time it was the tallest building in the world with a height of 553 meters. In the meantime, however, it has lost its first place among the tallest buildings in the world. But it still looks imposing and towers over the Toronto skyline as ever.
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 looking at the regions off the beaten tourist track. There is a lot to discover.
Wind chimes made of wood or metal are the stars at the Whirligig Festival in Shelburne, Nova Scotia. You are made by yourself. The best are awarded every year. You can also buy them there. If you don't want to take them with you, you can buy some here.
Knowlton Quebec is one of those villages on Quebec's US border where loyalists fled to British-ruled Quebec after the end of the American Revolution. Today it's a popular day trip destination from Montreal.
Hotel Chateau Laurier restaurants in Ottawa. During our stay, we try all the options that this luxury hotel offers its guests in terms of dining options. From the breakfast buffet and room service to the elegant afternoon tea in Zoé's Lounge.
Algonquin Park offers more than just scenery. Experience the magic, stillness and wildlife in Canada's famous park. Hear wolves howl, spot moose and black bears, and find tranquility in the wilderness of Algonquin Park.
Discover the best hotels, lodges and cottages in Algonquin Park. Experience pure nature and stay overnight in the heart of Canada. Here you will find accommodation for every taste and every budget.
Anyone who says Canada has no food culture has never been to Quebec. There is something special about typical Quebec food. Just looking at the delicious sausages, cheeses and poultry specialties will whet your appetite.