Jonquière Travel Guide

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Jonquière Hotels

  • Holiday Inn Jonquiere Conv Centre

    2675 Boul Du Royaume, Jonquiere, QC G7S5B8

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Motel Chute Des Peres

    46 Boulevard Panoramique, Mistassini, Jonquiere, G8L 5Z3, Canada

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Motel Richelieu

    6075 BOUL DU ROYAUME, Jonquiere, PQ G7X7V3

Jonquière Nightlife

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    Saw this great musical show...

    by Simonneeddy Updated Dec 3, 2002

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    Saw this great musical show which lasted with non stop songs for 3 hours except for a 20 minute break in the middle. Excellent singers both male and female and very good dancers. The orchestra was excellent also. We clapped and clapped so had 3 encores
    A yearly event.
    In a great theater lots of car parking and easy of access. Bar and restaurant attached. You sat at tables and could order drinks during the performance.
    Must reserve from your motel.


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Jonquière Transportation

  • Rent a car

    Plane is expensive to get there and the drive through "Parc des Laurentides" is amazing (although after 100 times, it get tiring)I took the train to go there once and it was a fantastic experience, we stopped in every single remove village on the way. Those village were often only accessible by the train (not by car or boat). I don't know if the...


    BY AUTOMOBILE or tour bus are the best from Three Rivers or Quebec City.AUTOMOBILE a must or bicycle if you can cover great distances. There are bike paths all over. There is one all around Lac St. Jean.

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Jonquière Local Customs

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    The friendliest people on earth

    by ChuckG Written Nov 3, 2006

    Sagueneens as they're called are known to be among the friendliest people you will ever meet. Put your big city bubble aside and mingle with the locals. Whenever I go there, I am always amazed how the service is good and the people are so nice. Plus, their regional accent is beautiful, hundred years of isolation has made this part of Quebec unique in its culture, language and customs.

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Jonquière Off The Beaten Path

  • Saguenay Inn (Manoir du Saguenay)

    Build in 1939 by the Alcan aluminum company, this impressive stone mansion served the purpose of guest house, hotel as well as entertainment center for the executive of the company. A superb golf course is close by. The architecture resembles one of a French castle and the interior is very nice with crafting and nice furniture.Ask a local how to...

  • Not too complicated....

    Just drive 10 minutes out of town and you've got hundreds of miles of forest. It's the paradise for snowmobile, snowshoeing or cross country skiing. There are tons of parks to discover all around.

  • AUG.15th visited the SHIP SHAW...

    AUG.15th visited the SHIP SHAW POWER STATION a guided tour. This hydro electric station was built in 1941 to 1943 (when it was put into operation) under pressure of the need for aluminum for the war.When it opened it was the most powerful hydro electric station in the world. Its capacity of 896 megawatts is sufficient to supply a city the size of...


Jonquière Favorites

  • 'Le Centre National...

    VISIT 'Le Centre National D'exposition JACOB (built in 1940) 'Dudley The Dragon'. Marionettes and puppets. The exposition is called ( Strings springs and finger things) from the collection of the Ontario Puppetry association, on loan to this museum. In other rooms were paintings by CANADIAN ARTISTS. The great view from here of JONQUIERE as we were...


    VISIT 'PLACE DES NATIONS DE LA FRANCITÉ' where ceremonies are held and all THE FLAGS of the FRENCH NATIONS are flown.


    VISIT 'RIVIERE DES SABLES' WHERE THE FLOOD ALSO DID A LOT OF DAMAGE WHICH HAS BEEN REPAIRED BY BUILDING A PARK ALL ALONG THE RIVER.Aug 15, 2000. First picture is at the main entrance to the Riviere Des Sables-- a park along the river front dedicated to all the 'French Nations' in the World with commemorative cards and a 'FLAG' of each on the light...


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