Quebec, Canada

Quebec, Canada

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Make a vacation rental in Quebec your home base for a memorable vacation in this natural wonderland of rivers, mountains and lakes in eastern Canada.

Wintertime guests of Quebec vacation rentals will find 90 downhill ski areas and thousands of miles of cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails. Summertime activities for guests of Quebec vacation rentals include swimming, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, scuba diving, hunting, golfing, hiking, biking, mountain climbing and horseback riding.

The province of Quebec boasts 27 national parks, including the Parc National de Miguasha, a UNESCO World Heritage site with amazing fossil repositories, and the Parc National des Grands-Jardins with its herds of caribou. Mont Tremblant vacation rentals, located in the Laurentian Mountains, are just an hour's drive from Montreal and offer superb outdoor recreation opportunities.

The charming city of Montreal is home to a wide range of ethnic groups, but about two-thirds of the population is French speaking and the city has a strong French heritage. In the old town, guests of Montreal vacation rentals can wander the maze of narrow streets with their outstanding collection of 19th century buildings, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, and visit the magnificent Notre-Dame Basilica and the museum at the Chateau Ramezay. The pedestrian-only Place Jacques-Cartier bustles with restaurants, bars and street performers.

The modern part of Montreal is a thriving business and cultural center featuring a variety of fine dining, theaters, museums, shopping and nightlife. Cultural attractions for guests of Quebec vacation rentals include the 180-acre Montreal Botanical Garden, the Montreal Science Center, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History.

Mont-Royal in the center of the city has panoramic views, while Parc Jean-Drapeau, located on two islands in the St. Lawrence River, offers a variety of attractions for guests of Quebec vacation rentals, including swimming, cross-country skiing, gardens, museums and an amusement park. The former Olympic Velodrome in Olympic Park has been transformed into the Biodome de Montreal environmental exhibit representing four different ecosystems.

Guests of Quebec City vacation rentals can explore the picturesque old town perched on a cliff, walk around the old city walls, and tour La Citadelle, part of the historic fortifications.

Like Montreal, Quebec City has a strong French heritage, and about 90 percent of the population is French speaking. The city has dozens of museums and historic sites, including the National Battlefields Park, the Musee de la Civilisation, and the Cartier-Brebeuf National Historic Site.

Whatever your interests, you're sure to find the perfect vacation rental in Canada. Reserve your Quebec vacation rental today!

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