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.
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.
Montreal on the St. Lawrence River has maritime flair. You get this impression especially when you stroll along the waterfront of Montreal. The quays are teeming with boats, yachts, pleasure boats and even cruise ships.
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.
The Ile d'Orléans is a paradise for connoisseurs and an experience not to be missed. For example, spend a day on the island and enjoy the culinary diversity and beauty of the island.
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.
The Exploramer on the Sankt Lorenz Strom Is it the same for you: when I'm traveling, 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 rarely think of otherwise. That happened to me on our last trip to Quebec. These[…]
Discover Canada's wine regions and the variety of wines they have to offer. Visit wineries and enjoy wine tasting to get the most out of your trip.
We were overwhelmed by the fantastic view of the St. Lawrence River from the Auberge la Goéliche. The windows looked out onto the stream, which here is more reminiscent of a lake than a flowing body of water.
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.