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Visitors on vacation in Quebec enjoy feeling in France even when away from France. Quebec is the second populous province in Canada, with about 95% French speakers. When you visit Quebec on vacation, you can enjoy experiencing the province's unique history, landmarks, culture, cuisine, among others. Before visiting this province, you may want to find an ideal place to book a vacation rental. Luckily, this touristy province has rentals near the most stunning attraction sites. Quebec boasts of two vibrant cities, the skyscraping Montreal and the old Quebec City. You can stay in rentals near breathtaking natural landscape, glittering ski slopes, mountains and lakes.Vacation rentals for everyone
Most rental properties in Quebec are designed to serve various visitors. If you're visiting the province to enjoy quality time with a lover, family or friends, you'll find a rental suited for you. Look for a spacious rental with a fully-equipped kitchen, living room and with the best amenities so you can feel at home. Luckily, vacation rentals in Quebec are located near lakes. So spend your day on your balcony viewing the natural landscape or walk out to explore this historic province with its iconic attraction sites.
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The area and getting around
Quebec is a province full of wonders and excitement. You can visit the beaches, islands and lush green natural forests within. Start with some of the top highlights, such as Parc de la Chute-Montmorency near Quebec City. If you want to enjoy the thrills in the mountains, visit Mont-Tremblant, located in Laurentian Mountains. The mountain landscape will offer you scenic sites, fresh air and a chance to try adrenaline rush activities. If you want to discover what's exciting about Quebec's water, head to Lac Champlain, the sixth largest lake in Canada. The thing is, wherever you stay or visit in Quebec, there will be something interesting near you to discover.Quebec's iconic cuisine and unique local activities
The fun in Quebec doesn't stop at the natural environment. You have to delve deeper into the local communities and towns for more excitement. Visit Montreal or the Old Quebec City and enjoy the uniqueness in various streets. The first thing you may want to try is Quebec's cuisine and entertainment in restaurants and bars. A classic French dinner will come in handy to make you feel like you're in France. Try restaurants like Taniere and Tandem or hit the dance floor at Bistrot Pape Georges in Quebec City or New City Gas in Montreal. Observe the locals as they do their day-to-day activities or visit Casino de Montreal to try your luck in gambling.
Travelers and activities
If you want more profound insights about Quebec, the province has several heritage sites you can visit to learn about its culture and history. First, visit the two cities and head to various museums, old buildings and unique architecture. For instance, you can visit Old Quebec City and discover why the name "old." You can begin with the iconic Fairmont Le Château Frontenac near St. Lawrence River. Here, you can enjoy getting professional services from a accommodation that focuses on offering the best to its visitors. Next, visit Montreal's Notre-Dame Basilica and enjoy viewing and learning about the building and its Gothic Revival Architecture. Finally, visit other museums in Quebec and learn about the locals' cultures in those provinces' cultural heritages.Quebec's natural features for outdoor pursuits
You won't miss the thrills near the sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, and lush greeneries when you visit Quebec. Such a landscape offers visitors a chance to enjoy several outdoor activities like fishing, swimming, hiking, hunting, among others. Quebec is surrounded by water on three sides. You only need to find the nearest famous beaches to try water sports activities. You can head to Parc du Lac Leamy, Oka beach, St-Zotique Beach and join others in various water sports. Visit the snow-powdered mountains nearby and enjoy activities like hiking, hunting and wildlife watching.
Did you know that the entire Quebec province has over half a million lakes and 4,500 rivers? This makes the region a hot spot for visitors during summer who like water activities.
Top 5 travel tips for Quebec
Take your family to Montmorency Falls near Quebec City and enjoy viewing the highest waterfall in Quebec. Stay near the fall's base and get drenched in mist, or ride the gondola to the top of the fall and enjoy the spectacular views. If you want to experience more, you can hike on Via Ferrata trails and enjoy the stunning views around. Take beautiful photos of various viewpoints and enjoy great meals and drinks at Manoir Montmorency.Quartier du Petit Champlain
Explore Old Quebec City and experience the city's European charm at Quartier du Petit Champlain. You will enjoy walking the rugged cobblestone streets of this oldest neighborhood. Head to various antique shops and boutiques to find what you can buy as gifts. Visit La Petite Cabane à Sucre and look for your favorite dish. Order a local maple syrup and let your sweet tooth explore the best meals in Quebec.The Montreal Botanical Garden
Take your lover or family to Montreal Botanical Garden, where you can smell the flowers and explore many plant species. The garden has over 22,000 plan species in 10 greenhouses and 20 thematic gardens. You may find it hard to explore all the flowers. However, ensure you explore pretty species like lilacs, orchids, succulents or lotus flowers.Parc Omega
Try a Canadian version of Safari at Parc Omega located between Montreal and Ottawa. Buy carrots from the gift shops before beginning your nine miles' nature route. Here, you will drive your car and pass by lakes, forests, rocky hills, valleys and meadows. Glimpse at the animals like deer, bears, coyotes and wolves. Enjoy holding out a carrot and see deer and ibex come for a bite.Mount Royal
Travel Downtown Montreal to Mount Royal, a mountain within a large park for outdoor activities. Most locals and visitors use the park as an ideal meeting point, relaxing and playing games. Climb to the top of Mont-Royal, where you'll enjoy viewing the entire city. Visit the park on Sunday and enjoy the big outdoor party where locals, visitors, vendors, drummers and dancers gather for entertainment.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Quebec
How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Quebec?
Quebec is one of the most expensive regions in Canada. An overnight stay there costs on average $284 per night.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Quebec?
Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should visit Quebec in May, April, or September, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $257, $257, and $268 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Quebec?
When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Quebec, the months that cost the most are, in order of highest to lowest, December, January and August, with average prices per night of $310, $304, and $298, respectively.
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Quebec well in advance?
You should book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Quebec, as only 22% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?
The most available months are, on average, May (with an availability of 33%), April (32%), and October (25%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
When are fewer rentals available in Quebec?
The months with the lowest properties available in Quebec are, in order, August, July, and February with respective average availability figures of 13%, 14%, and 16%, based on the previous year. During this period, the availability is only 14%. It is therefore preferable to book far in advance.
How many rentals are there in Quebec?
We have grouped together the offers from 10 different providers in Quebec, so we can provide you with around 5,600 properties. You're going to have a hard time picking your favorite!