Top 10 of the most beautiful cities in Quebec, caribou way of life

What if Quebec was the best part of Canada? A completely legitimate question as this province seems perfect on many points. It is also perhaps not for nothing that thousands of French people rush there every year to study and work there and often never to return. For others, you can settle for places in France that look like Canada. Quebec and its lively and welcoming cities is paradise.

1. Quebec

It is a good starting point for a trip to Quebec. The city that gives its name to the province. Not too many inhabitants, about half a million, beautiful winding streets in Old Quebec, Place d’Armes, colonial houses, the spectacular City Hall, the Plains of Abraham…. UNESCO was not mistaken there. And then people. They are cool people in Quebec!

2. Baie-Saint-Paul

Located at the mouth of the Rivière du Gouffre, in the St. Lawrence, Baie-Saint-Paul offers tourists a breathtaking panorama. The Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie and Grands-Jardins national parks, as well as the Le Massif ski resort offer outdoor activities while the city itself vibrates to the rhythm of the brushes of many artists. Not forgetting the Charlevoix crater…

3. Three Rivers

Very old, this magnificent city is also known for its many art galleries and museums. Among them, Boréalise, the center for the history of the paper industry, is a must. And then there is the atmosphere. Calm most of the time, inspiring too, it is electrified during the FestiVoix and Trois-Rivières en Blues festivals. For the record, it is the birthplace of director Denis Villeneuve.

4. Tadoussac

You will find this picturesque village on the shores of the St. Lawrence. This is where you can admire the oldest wooden chapel in all of Canada. This is also where you can observe whales and various wild animals. A stopover at the Marine Mammal Interpretation Center is also recommended.

5. Mont Tremblant

Nestled in lush greenery that when winter comes, is adorned with a white coat, Mont-Tremblant is also a mecca for skiing. Skiing and sports in general. In the summer, swap your skis for a canoe or a bike and discover Mont-Tremblant National Park. It’s beautiful, it’s green, or white, we breathe and in the end, we never want to leave.

6. Montreal

Of course, it’s hard not to go for a walk in Montreal when you go to Quebec. A warm, abundant and culturally stimulating city. A cosmopolitan city, very diverse in its architecture and culture. Victorian houses rub shoulders with skyscrapers, American and French influences mingle in a harmonious whole… And when you want to cool off a bit and leave the busy streets, head for Mount Royal Park or one of the many other green spaces perfect for resting and smelling the scent of flowers.

7. Levis

On the banks of the St. Lawrence, Lévis highlights many perfectly recommendable tourist sites for anyone who wants to be amazed while learning tricks. The Alphonse-Desjardins House, the Forts of Lévis and the Sainte-Anne du Vieux-Lauzon Chapel are just three particularly telling examples.

8. Pierced

Born from the coming together in 1971 of several municipalities, Percé owes its worldwide popularity to the tens of thousands of northern gannets who come to find refuge in the Parc national de l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé, from April to October. . There is of course the Rocher Percé itself, a tall, very impressive man of stone. Not to mention Mont Saint-Anne and its breathtaking view of the coast.


Sherbrooke, less than 150 kilometers from Montreal, showcases an enchanting color palette. A major university centre, the city is therefore very dynamic and culturally well-stocked. As for the parks, there is also level. The history of the city is told over 13 murals not to be missed. And why not take the opportunity to tour the surrounding villages? They too are superb.


We end with Saguenay, a city of just under 150,000 inhabitants, located north of Quebec, near Lac Saint-Jean. A natural destination! Especially with the fjord on the river that gave the city its name…

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