Quebec is Canada’s largest province, with most of its cities set along the Saint Lawrence River. Quebec City attracts vacationers – especially history lovers – with a UNESCO-listed Old Town that's reminiscent of medieval Europe. Some of the city’s most beautiful buildings include Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral and Château Frontenac. Most of Quebec’s population is fluent in French, making it a rather popular vacation destination among European travelers.

    If you prefer the great Canadian outdoors, plan a visit to Charlevoix on the northern shore of the Saint Lawrence River. With the dramatic Laurentian Mountains as its backdrop, the region boasts gorgeous fjords, headlands, and bays. Another must-visit is the vast and rugged Gaspé Peninsula, which has 4 national parks with trails leading to picturesque waterfalls.

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