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Helicopter Tour Over Mont-Tremblant
"Take off for a 20 minute tour aboard a Robinson R44 helicopter. As your well trained pilot guides you on this great experience see the entry of the Mont-Tremblant National Park the ski resort lake Mercier the Red River Valley and the pedestrian village of Labelle and the Iroquois Falls. Then fly over lake Tremblant before coming back over the golf courses for a smooth landing. You'll be provided with a headset and a seat next to a large window. Don't forget your camera! This tour operates all year long as
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Ecomuseum Zoo: Discover Québec's Wildlife in Summer
"Visit Montréal's Ecomuseum Zoo and enjoy up-close encounters with Québec’s wildlife in a cozy and natural setting. During your outdoor visit you will meet mammals like the Arctic Fox the Fisher and the American Porcupine. You will also meet owls hawks eagles and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of ducks and waterfowl while visiting the zoo's aviary. Once your outdoor visit is complete you can visit the indoor “From Light to Dark” exhibit where you will meet Québec's reptiles
From CAD16.00
 
Montreal Ultimate Chocolate Tour
"On this 4.5-hour chocolate tour visit Chocolat Monarue a bean-to-bar chocolate maker's production site. Learn the process of making chocolate and about the owner's personal story. You'll see the beans and other parts of the process that take place- all while tasting three chocolates made mostly with single o walk to La Tamalera a small Mexican restaurant through the Mile End Neighborhood. Enjoy a light meal with mole tamales and champurrado as well as an explication of chocolate in Mesoamerica and during the colonial period. You'll have the opportunity to meet the owner and che a bean-to-bar boutique. Enjoy a short presentation about the industrialization of chocolate and contrast it with the recent bean-to-bar movement. Taste three very different chocolates with an explanation of how to taste them and a tasting wheel to help w you'll visit the production site to see how chocolate is made on the confection side
From CAD88.00

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Old Montreal

Old Montreal is one of the most beautiful places in the city. It's filled with old buildings, cobblestone streets, etc from way back in the early days when Canada was being colonized by the French....
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Montmorency Falls

Montmorency Falls is a must see for anyone travelling to Quebec. From Gare du Palais I took the 800 bus to the top of the falls. There are hiking trails that wind around with great views. A giant...
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Canusa

In the “suburbs” of Stanstead one can witness another peculiarity of this border region – a street aptly named CanUsa which follows the exact line of the frontier. Houses on the respective side are...
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Mont-Royal

Mount Royal is the hill standing to the west above downtown Montreal. Volcanic in origin, like the other Monteregian Hill sitting out isolated to the east above the St Lawrence Lowlands, monadnocks...
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Place Royale & Le Petit Champlain

Le Petit Champlain is a pedestrian only street in the lower town filled with shops and restaurants. Some of the best restaurants and shopping are on this street which is the first one you enter after...
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Lavandula farm

Less than ten-minute drive north of Stanstead a lavandula farm spreads its blue charm over a hill and its fame over a nation. Touted as one of the rare examples of such enterprise in Canada it...
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Downtown

Montreal's Underground Mall is the set of interconnected complexes above and below ground, in and around Downtown Montreal.. It is the largest underground complex in the world. Not all portions of...
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Chateau Frontenac

This huge hotel – 611guest rooms – is one of the world’s most famous hotels – certainly, one of the most photographed. The hotel was one of the Canadian Pacific Railroad hotels built in “chateau”...
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Safety or not

I lived in Montreal for 10 years in neighborhoods that are considered "bad". I was in my mid 20's and I am a white male. To start off, when you walk on the main streets in any borough and if you are...
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Safety

Hello everyone, I live in Quebec City and I can assure you that this city is 100% safe, absolutely everywhere and at anytime, day or night. Of course, there is certain areas that are not as pleasant...
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Driving-Parking

We drove our car up to Montreal from NY. The driving up there is a little different, so I recommend walking or taking the metro if you can. A lot of the streets are one way, but there aren't huge DO...
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Weather and winter gear

IF YOU ARE COMING FROM ANOTHER PART OF THE WORLD AND ARE PLANNING TO VISIT QUEBEC IN THE WINTER..BRING A REALLY WARM HAT. AS I DISCOVERED THE FIRST YEAR I CAME TO QUEBEC..YOU REALLY NEED A HAT. ESP...
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Winter

Winter can get cold in Montreal, especially in January. Be sure to bring warm clothes, especially if you're not used to cold weather. Also, be careful of ice on the roads and if you have to climb a...
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Walking in Quebec City

Even though Quebec is very much a tourist-orientated city, it is still a working city. As such it has its residential neighbourhoods, which, despite being in the city centre, are just that little bit...
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1228 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1H6, Canada
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178 Rue De La Reine, Gaspe, Quebec, G4X 1T6, Canada
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75 rue d'Edmonton Street, Gatineau, Quebec, J8Y 6W9, Canada
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3 Blvd du Casino, Gatineau, Quebec, J8Y 6X4, Canada
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"Biking my way through Quebec one road at a time!"
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