Best holiday rental deals in Quebec
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The weather in Quebec
Above are the weather conditions for Québec. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Quebec, with temperatures going under -19°. September is the driest month.
Rent a holiday apartment in Quebec and discover Canada
Quebec is one of the largest and most fascinating states in Canada. A holiday home in Quebec puts you at the heart of the action. From Montreal to Quebec City and from the scenic Gaspé to the plains surrounding the St. Lawrence River, Quebec will charm and delight anybody who visits with its beauty and diversity.
Art and culture in Quebec
As you might expect, the primary artistic centres are the large cities of Quebec and Montreal. Quebec is famed for its European-style old town and not to missed attractions such as the Chateau Frontenac (one of the most photographed buildings in the world) and Place-Royale. Montreal is a huge, more modern city. Saint Joseph's Oratory, the renowned old town and the skyscrapers of the built-up downtown area are just a few of the delights which await you when you book a Quebec holiday rental.
After dark in Quebec
The nightlife in the large cities is as electric and diverse and you will find anywhere in the world. Home to cinemas, theatres, bars, restaurants and an active LGBT scene - you will be thoroughly entertained once the sun goes down, which in the winter can be relatively early in this part of the world. A great excuse to head to the pub even earlier.
Getting out of the cities
Take a trip to the Quebec side of the famed Ottawa River and you will find yourself in the iconic countryside that Canada is known for. Mountains, lakes and outdoor activities await you. The north-east of the region is the perfect spot for whale watching and if you want to take to the slopes then Mount Tremblant has excellent facilities and equipment hire for skiers of all abilities.
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