Quebec Flights GuideQuebec is the second largest province in Canada, after Ontario, and is known for its primary language of French despite being surrounded by English-speaking cities and provinces. There are a great number of lakes and rivers in Quebec, with the most majestic water landmark of the Montmorency Falls. Old Quebec is a quaint, adorable town with historic influence - great for walking and window shopping.
Quebec's history makes the Citadelle of Quebec and the Plains of Abraham interesting tourist attractions. Montreal is the largest city in Quebec, with Quebec City in second place. Montreal is known for its incredible skyline from the Jacques Cartier Bridge. Visits to Trois-Rivieres, Levis, and Saguenay are similarly worthwhile. Airports include Quebec City Jean Lesage, Montreal Pierre Elliot, Montreal Mirabel International, Montreal Saint Hubert, and CFB Bagotville.
Make sure to try the famous dish of Poutine: a tasty concoction of gravy, cheese curds, and fries - it's better than it sounds! The climate of Quebec depends on the region: southern and western are quite humid, especially in the hotter months of June through August. The winter months of December through March see a good amount of snow and quite low temperatures. Rain is frequent year round.
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