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If you like to party and are in need of a place with a very happening night life then Montreal is the place for you.
Quebec City is a lovely city!!!
One of the larger cities on the Gaspe Peninsula, Matane is famous in the area for its seafood. Most of the commercial fishing boats here go out after shrimp, others for salmon and other fish. Whether eating out or eating in, you will find that the prices here for seafood are very competitive. The town itself expands …
Montreal, French Canada's largest city, is a popular tourist destination and understandably so, since on top of having pleasant neighborhoods, this is the only major French-speaking city in the United States and Canada. The local culture is certainly unique, since the city has evolved under Canadian influence while …
Pointe-a-la-Garde a small residential town spread out along the main highway. It has the closest hostels to the border via the bridge between Quebec and New Brunswick on the Quebec side. As far as the town itself goes, there is nothing much to see or do here and it's more of a place to stay overnight and then move on …
At more than four hundred years old, Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. It is also the only city in North America that surrounded by a fortified wall (developed by the French to prevent British invasion). After being captured by the British in the battle along the Plains of Abraham, which you can …
Tadoussac is a small town on the St. Lawrence River, famous for its whale watching -- if there is a place to see whales in Canada, this is the place. There is an abundance of tour companies that take you out on different boats -- from zodiacs to large passenger vessels -- for a couple of hours at a time. You can get …
Located approximately halfway between Quebec City and Montreal is Trois-Rivières. The English translation for this is "the three rivers," and it is located where the Saint Lawrence and the Saint Maurice Rivers meet. Even though there technically aren't three rivers, there are three points at which the Saint Maurice …
The spectacular scenery of Highway 132 on the south coast of the St. Lawrence River will lead you to Rimouski, one of the larger cities leading into the Gaspe Peninsula. When you get to Rimouski, the best place to start is the information center along the main boulevard. The friendly staff there will be able to give …
Sainte-Anne-des-Monts is a smaller town located right on the waterfront of the St. Lawrence River -- there isn't much to see and do here other than the odd hike and lazing around on the beach, but it is a great place to base yourself for exploring the Gaspesie National Park (this is located south of the town and the …
Rivière-du-Loup, which translates to "wolf river," is situated on the south side of the St. Lawrence River and is one of the larger towns along the highway toward the Maritimes. The main street is abuzz with small cafes and bars and small arts and craft shops to visit. Along the way, you will find several signs …