Back with its 22nd edition, the Summer/Fall 2018 Québec Vacation Guide is full of great tourist attractions and complete with cozy
accommodations and a calendar of events. The digital version, available to view on any device, makes it easy to find places to visit in Quebec. Need a few tips to get started? How about this: head to Montréal first, add in a side trip to the south shore, and then make your way north to Tremblant. Follow that with a drive to Québec City and on to the region of Charlevoix. Time to hit the road!

The Olympic Stadium is one of Montréal’s most iconic landmarks and a must-see on any trip to the metropolis. It’s no wonder this tourist attraction is so often included in travel guides! Admire the breathtaking view from the Observatory of the Montréal Tower — the tallest inclined tower in the world — and see the Since 1976 exhibition to learn about the history of the Olympic Park.

Combine shopping and dining at Quartier DIX30 on the south shore of Montréal, less than a half-hour drive from downtown. Home to fashion and electronic stores and a wide range of retailers, this gigantic mall complex with a gourmet bent also has an impressive variety of restaurants, bakeries and shops to delight travellers who have a flair for good food.

Mont-Tremblant is a fan-favourite tourist destination in Quebec. For an evening of luxury, Casino de Mont-Tremblant rolls out a unique gaming experience in a fun, vibrant atmosphere. Mont-Tremblant is also famous for the string of festivals happening there throughout the season, so check out the blues, jazz, pop and rock shows taking place on outdoor stages in the pedestrian village.

Would you like to know more about past and present Indigenous traditions? Located on the Huron-Wendat Reservation about 30 minutes north of Old Québec City, the Onhoüa Chetek8e Huron Traditional Site offers guided tours that look at the history, culture and cuisine of this nation. Learn about handmade canoes and snowshoes and discover traditional methods of food preservation, purification techniques and modes of transportation.

Book a day of relaxation at Spa O’Quartz, open since last September. This spa inside the Petit Manoir du Casino, itself connected to the Casino de Charlevoix, offers the exceptional experience of a microclimate. Its most striking feature: an impressive 22-foot-high waterfall with a natural under- ground source of extremely pure quality. Take spa-going to the next level!

Let the Québec Vacation Guide tag along on your travels through the province. With the handy digital version at your fingertips, all the informa- tion you need is just a tap away!