Québec is truly a unique destination in North America for its geography, its history and its culture. Fiercely proud of its French heritage, Québec is a delightful blend of the Old and New World.
This vast land of contrasts features a multifaceted geography and is graced by an incredible variety of landscapes, vegetation and climate. Canada’s largest province moves to the rhythm of four distinct seasons with each one unveiling a different side of Québec to explore.
Québec is located on the north eastern portion of the North American continent. The province is characterized by vast inhabited lands and spaces where 80 % of its population lives in the vicinity of the Saint-Laurence River.
Québec has 22 tourist regions, and each one is unique not only for its geography but for its history as well. They all share the same hospitable nature and the same pride in their natural and cultural heritage.
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