A vast province, Quebec stretches from the US border deep into Hudson Bay and even reaches into the Arctic Circle. Just north of the 55th parallel sits Nunavik, a grand region of mountains, rivers, lakes and wild forest – ripe for adventure. Here you can learn the secrets of Inuit culture, spot polar bears, and even chase down the Northern Lights. But Quebec’s southerly towns and cities are full of culture and adventure too. With its cobbled streets, Francophile architecture and delicious cuisine, the UNESCO-listed Quebec City is where this really comes to life. The province’s largest city, Montreal, offers some real joie de vivre too. However you want to make the most of your Quebec holiday, your dedicated Flight Centre Travel Expert can make it happen.
Popular Quebec Holidays
Prepare to indulge yourself in Montreal, Canada’s trailblazing foodie city, then burn off the calories with a trek up the city’s namesake hill, Mount Royal, for an impressive panorama over the island metropolis (especially good in the snow). And then there’s Quebec City and its rich history – namely the ancient fortifications, the Citadel and the iconic Château Frontenac, the most photographed hotel in the world. Whether you want to explore the cities or discover the more offbeat regions further north, our tailor-made Quebec holidays can help. Inclusive of flights, hand-picked hotels, car hire and unique experiences, they’re the perfect way to make your ultimate itinerary.
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Where to Go in Quebec
A gateway to Eastern Canada in its entirety, Quebec is a province of contrasts. Head north for Arctic wonders, stay south for French influences in Montreal and Quebec City, or head further inland for mountains and lakes aplenty in Mont-Tremblant National Park.
More About Quebec
Capital City: Quebec City
Currency: Canadian dollar
Language: English, French
Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required
Flight time: The London to Montreal flight time is 7 hours 25 minutes
Main Airport: Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Visas: British Citizens require a tourist eTA visa, which you can apply for online.
Top 3 Things to Do in Quebec
- Explore Old Quebec
- Hike volcanic Mount Royal in Montreal
- Bike through Gatineau Park
When to Go to Quebec
Due to its huge size, Quebec’s weather and seasonality depends on your destination of choice. In particular, the cities are best visited in the summer (June-Sept) and winter (Dec-Feb), when the calendar is packed with festivals and events. For a more laid-back affair, try the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn.
Why Book Your Quebec Holiday With Flight Centre
Quebec Journeys Holidays: Our range of tailor-made Quebec holidays called Journeys include all the best bits you expect from a trip – flights, accommodation and transfers – not to mention some great tours and experiences.
Local knowledge: With Experts in Canada and in the UK, we’ll not only tailor make an itinerary for you, but also offer local tips and advice to ensure you get the best out of your Quebec holiday.
Flexibility: We offer flexible deposits, the opportunity to pay the balance of your holiday just 10 weeks before departure and fixed change and cancellation fees.
Flight Centre concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance Service: If you book a Quebec holiday with us you’ll have access to our dedicated concierge and our 24/7 Emergency Assist service.