Quebec is a province of Canada, the largest in size and second to Ontario in population. Predominantly French-speaking (French being the official language), Quebec is located in the east of Canada and is situated east of Ontario; to the west of Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island; finally, to the south of the territory of Nunavut. The capital of Quebec is Quebec City, its largest city Montreal. Québec is unique among tourist destinations. Its French heritage does set the province apart, and it is one of the only areas in North America to have preserved its Francophone culture. Its European feel and its history, culture and warmth have made Québec a favourite tourist destination both nationally and internationally.
The most popular places to visit in the province of Quebec are Montreal and Quebec City. Quebec City is the capital of the province and features a charming French, old world feel. Enjoy the St. Lawrence River, and the impressive Hotel Chateau Frontenac. Explore the plains of Abraham where wars between the French and British were fought. Take a tour through the old part of the city on a horse drawn carriage, and discover hidden treasures in the boutiques, bakeries and shops. Experience the nearby ski hill, Val Saint - Come; Visit the Canyon Sainte-Anne, which was forged by an ancient glacier; Take a Sepaq fishing trip or guided sport hunting tour; and take part in the one of the world's largest winter carnivals Le Carnival de Quebec.