Fodor's Montreal & Quebec City 2014 by Fodor's

By Fodor's

Montreal and Quebec urban are precious locations for American tourists: a nook of France in North the USA. This booklet advisor, with wealthy colour photos all through, captures the French-speaking towns' common attraction, from sidewalk cafés to wintry weather activities and conventional French cuisine.

Expanded insurance: New lodge and eating place thoughts were further all through Montreal and Quebec urban. Plus our assurance of the encompassing areas, specifically the zone round the japanese Townships and Outaouais, has been greater.

Discerning thoughts: Fodor's Montreal & Quebec urban e-book deals savvy recommendation and proposals from neighborhood writers to assist tourists utilize their stopover at. Fodor's selection designates our greatest alternatives, from inns to nightlife. "Word of Mouth" fees from fellow tourists offer precious insights.
ABOUT FODOR'S AUTHORS: each one Fodor's go back and forth consultant is researched and written by means of neighborhood specialists.

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Traveling through most cities and towns you won’t have to look too hard to find a restaurant serving traditional French fare and regional specialties. Many restaurants serve cuisine du terroir (food of the region) using ingredients like lamb, veal, bison, caribou, and foie gras. These temples of gastronomy create artful dishes, usually with a contemporary flair. But not everything in Québec is haute. A far cry from fine dining is the time-honored and much-cherished casse croûte (snack bar), where you can chow down on comfort foods like hot dogs and chicken sandwiches with gravy.

Lawrence rivers, where you can hop on a boat for a whale-watching excursion. Montréal and Québec City over a Long Weekend Looking for an ideal four-day getaway? It’s possible to see the best of both cities without feeling rushed. Here’s one expedient itinerary: Fly into Montréal’s Trudeau International Airport on a Thursday evening, rent a car, and grab a bite at a late-night bistro like L’Express. Stay at a hotel in Downtown. Spend Friday seeing the city’s top sites, hit Old Montréal in the evening for dinner and nightlife, and enjoy a leisurely brunch on Saturday morning.

Check into a B&B or boutique hotel in the Old City and spend the rest of the day exploring sites there. Spend Sunday morning in the Old City and dedicate the afternoon to the Fortifications, or take a day trip to the Côte-de-Beaupré or Île d’Orléans. On Monday, fly out of Québec City’s Jean Lesage International Airport. Previous Chapter | Beginning of Chapter | Next Chapter | Table of Contents Previous Chapter | Next Chapter | Table of Contents January and February Québec City’s Carnaval de Québec, a festival of winter-sports competitions, ice-sculpture contests, and parades, spans three weekends.

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