The old town of Quebec Canada is spread over two levels: the urban areas that lie directly on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River, and whose streets nestle between the river and the cliffs of Cap Diamant, and the upper town, which is dominated by the Château Frontenac and the citadel.
Where do you find the best Christmas markets in Canada? Few countries are home to as many cultures from around the world as Canada does. The Christmas markets in Canada are all the more interesting. Here we introduce the best.
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.
Most travelers take the freeway to get from Montreal to Quebec City as quickly as possible. They don't know what they're missing. The King's Road, on the other hand, leads directly along the north bank of the St. Lawrence through idyllic villages and offers beautiful views of the St. Lawrence River.
On this tour we discover Montreal attractions for foodies. From specialties from the region to bakers, whose competition ends up in the daily newspapers, to the city's markets and restaurants, there's a lot to explore.
Which Quebec City Attractions are worthwhile? Are there any Quebec City attractions that not everyone knows? Yes, there are, and they are impressive. In our articles about Quebec City, we not only introduce the city's most famous attractions, but also walk through the city away from the highlights.
This St Lawrence bakery is well worth a stop. Nobody in Kamouraska 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 bit difficult to find, however. Because the plants cover [...]
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 steep cape at the site of the [...]
in the village of Kamouraska on the south bank of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada, there are shops where you can buy good Quebec souvenirs. If you enjoy visiting corner shops and being pampered with delicacies from the village bakery, you should plan a few hours on your trip through eastern Canada.
In Fitch Bay, Quebec, the scent of lavender fills the air. At Bleu Lavande, lavender is grown to extract the lavender oils. Admittedly, in Canada's harsh climate, treating lavender to survive the harsh winters wasn't easy. But see for yourself.