Quebec, sometimes referred to as the “Europe of North America”, is a large province in Canada. Most of the largest cities within Quebec are located by the Saint Lawrence River. Although Montreal is the largest city in Quebec, Quebec City is the capital of the Quebec province. Quebec’s official language is French, but English is also common as well.
If you’re staying in Quebec City, Old Quebec is a great section of the city to walk around in and explore. You can walk by the St. Lawrence River, see the Chateau Frontenac, and even take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage. While you’re by the river, you can visit the Aquarium du Québec. Visit Montmorency Falls Park to see the impressive Montmorency Falls. You can zip line over them or hike around them. While staying in Quebec, make sure to still go to Montreal even if you aren’t renting there. Montreal has a vibrant nightlife, with a variety of modern bars and clubs, including Wunderbar, Sir Winston Churchill Pub Complex, and Apt. 200. Montreal is also filled with cultural activities. Spend a few hours at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, exploring Old Montreal, and visiting the beautiful Basilique Notre-Dame. Try eating poutine at Poutineville restaurant and try authentic French crepes at Crêperie Chez Suzette. For a view of the whole city, hike or take a bus to the top of Mont Royal.
Make a day trip to whichever Quebec cities that you are not staying in. If you are renting in Montreal, you can drive to Quebec City in under three hours. Toronto, Ontario is about a five hour drive from Montreal so if you are thinking of going there, make sure to leave early in the morning so you can maximize your time there. If you would like to make a day trip to Ontario that is a shorter drive, try going to Ottawa, which is a two hour drive from Montreal. In Ottawa you can see the Canadian Museum of Nature, the National Gallery of Canada, and the Canadian War Museum.
If you would like to stay in an urban setting, rent a vacation home in Montreal or Quebec City. You can stay in a quaint bed and breakfast or in a modern studio downtown. Stay right by the St. Lawrence River if you want to wake up to scenic views of Canada. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Quebec vacation rental today!
If you are renting in an urban area, you can get to most places either by walking or by taking public transportation. If you do not speak French than you may find it easier to walk or take a cab. If you are staying in Quebec City, you can take the Metrobus, which conveniently drives though several historic areas. In Montreal, you can take the Metro, which has four different lines. If you are planning on having a late night out on the town, don’t worry because there are some buses that run all night, seven days a week.
Looking for a vacation rental in Quebec? Tripping.com has 18568 vacation rental homes available in Quebec. You'll find 96 studios, 8992 1-bedroom, 3493 2-bedroom and 5987 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in Quebec is $201 while the average price of a weekly rental is $1222. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Quebec home is $3991.
Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 3473 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Quebec. In addition to accommodating pets, Quebec rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 15683 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 14905 have TV and/or cable and 3485 have a pool or hot tub.Search properties from 13 vacation rental sites in Quebec where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, Booking.com, and Expedia. There are 5281 HomeAway rentals, 4987 Booking.com short term rentals and 3091 Expedia vacation rentals.