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Southwestern Quebec Travel Guides
Southwestern Quebec Travel Guide
Southwestern Quebec is a region located in eastern Canada province of Quebec, with the cultural melting pot and French-speaking city of Montreal as its main attraction. The Laurentian Mountains are a popular skiing destination and border this region from the north, together with St. Lawrence River. Many lovely small towns, wide farms, as well as rolling hills and breathtaking views border this Canadian frontier from the south. ... read more
Montreal Travel Guide
Located in the south west of the Canadian province of Quebec, Montreal is the largest city in the province and also the second largest in the country. The city got its name from Mount Royal, the three peaked hill which is located in the heart of the city. Although most of its more than 1.6 million residents speak English, French is the official language of the city. Montreal is also hailed as the Cultural Capital of Canada and was recently named a UNESCO City of Design. ... read more
Mont Tremblant Travel Guide
- Mont Tremblant! Where to begin? Well, it’s home to the best skiing in the Laurentiens; two of SCOREgolf Magazine’s top-10 rated golf courses; an annual triathalon; the 2014 Ironman 70.3 Championship; a casino; its own blues festival; a race track and that’s just a snippet of all there is to see and do in this four-season playground. But let’s back up a bit. ... read more