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Where Old World meets New

As Canada’s largest province, Quebec keeps its calendar full of lively festivals and events with a joie de vivre the vintage locale is known for. A stunning collection of Old World and New, Quebec is a city of creative spirit, from its theatrical productions, visual art, literature and beyond. Though its primary language is French, English is spoken and understood almost everywhere in the province. While on your travels, don’t forget to stop for Canada’s culinary treasure (created in Quebec): the cheesy, gravy-y, potato-y goodness of poutine.

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The best time of year to visit Quebec is from May to October.

Trip Ideas

Biking Getaway

From cosmopolitan Montréal to history-rich Québec City (by way of the Eastern Townships and a Loyalist enclave of beautiful woodland biking), sample Canada’s most European province through its cheeses, wines, sparkling lakes and charming towns.

  • Bike Montréal’s green alleyways—a vast network of community-beautified lanes and paths that run throughout town.
  • Ride on the famous Lachine Canal bike path, followed by a gorgeous picnic in the park.
  • Cruise into stately North Hatley aboard Captain Ross’s 1957 mahogany boat for a sunset ride.

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Family Muti-Sport

Begin in Montreal and head north to the beautiful Laurentians, the charms of old Québec City and the stunning Charlevoix region. Immerse yourselves in haute cuisine, adventure and rich culture without going all the way to Europe!

  • Bike the “Petit Train du Nord,” a converted rail trail in the Laurentian region, north of Montreal.
  • Wander the cobble-stone streets of historic Quebec City, an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Take a luxury train to the Biosphere of Charlevoix, famous for gourmet cheeses!

Inspired? Craft a similar Bespoke guided trip starting from $1,000-$2,000 per person per night.

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Feature Hotels

Auberge Saint-Antoine, Quebec City

One of Travel + Leisure’s Top 100 Best Hotels, and Condé Nast Traveler’s “Canada’s Best,” this 94-room hotel, built along the historically significant St. Lawrence River, doubles as an archaeological museum, with artifacts thoughtfully incorporated into its design. In the heart of Québec City’s Old Port, we’ll enjoy rooms that meld Quebec traditions with modern amenities. View hotel website »

Ritz-Carlton, Montreal

This historic Montreal icon near the Golden Square Mile blends historic splendor with contemporary design, offering an unparalleled hotel experience in the heart of downtown. The only five-diamond hotel in Quebec it also is home to the well-known Maison Boulud Restaurant. View hotel website »

Our Trip Designers are a special breed. Part guru, part collaborator, part mind-reader, they have the full breadth of B&R resources at their fingertips. Extraordinarily well-travelled, they’ve been there, lived there, done it, planned it and eaten it, too. With a combined geographic knowledge that’s nothing short of staggering, they can save you literally years of research. Above all, they’re incredibly good at what they do.

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Accolades

“Our Guide, Jean Louis Doss was amazing. He really made the trip for us. We can’t wait to start planning our next B&R trip and have already told many friends about our experience, our guide and Butterfield.”

— Felicia Perlman, Bespoke Independent Quebec Biking 2013

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Notes from the Road

In Deep: Trinity, Newfoundland

Trinity, Newfoundland is unfailingly referred to as one of the most picturesque villages in the province—the quintessential Newfoundland fishing outpost.
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Biking Ontario’s Wine Country

Toronto-based Butterfield & Robinson unveiled a new four-day itinerary last summer through Jordan and nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake.
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Q&A: Zita Cobb,
Fogo Island Inn

When Zita Cobb went back to Fogo, the tiny island of her birth just off the coast of Newfoundland, she returned with not just an executive pedigree, but a vision.
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