The Laurentians & Quebec City
|THE SAINT-SAUVEUR AND PIEDMONT VALLEY
Stunning mountains, lakes, broad vistas, pure air, nature and countless activities—just 45 minutes from Montreal!
Downhill and crossing country skiing, along with other winter sports in the cold season, plus cycling, hiking, nautical sports and golf in the summer are just a few of many options! The Saint-Sauveur Valley is also charming shops, art galleries and fine local or international dining.
What’s more, the Saint-Sauveur and Piedmont Valley is a top venue for festivals, dance performances, comedy and theatre!
At 147 km from Montréal, Mont-Tremblant is a tourist hub with multiple ski resorts and golf greens. Mount Tremblant, one of southern Quebec’s highest peaks, stands 875 metres over the town. A new tourist village is being built on the mountain’s southern slope, accompanied by other projects underway. The provincial park, proud home to diverse flora and fauna, welcomes thousands of visitors each year.
With a breathtaking view, the Casino de Mont-Tremblant offers visitors 500 slot machines and a wide selection of gaming tables.
Quebec City, Quebec’s capital, was founded in 1608. Located some 250 km from Montréal, it is the cradle of French culture in the Americas. Quebec City hosts many museums, art centres, cultural organizations, exhibition/ interpretive centres and historic sites/monuments. City walls still surround the historic district of Old Quebec City, making it the only fortified community in the Americas north of Mexico City. Historic Château Frontenac dominates the cityscape.
Quebec City is also home to Quebec’s Parliament and most Quebec government institutions. Old Quebec has appeared on UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1985.
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