Québec Winter Carnival
is the world’s largest winter carnival.
is likely the most photographed hotel in the world.
is the second-largest French-speaking city on the planet.
can be enjoyed on over 33,700 km (20,000 mi.) of groomed and signposted trails, a network larger than all of Québec’s highways.
of Québec include 11 major families: Abenaki, Algonquin, Attikamek, Cree, Huron-Wendat, Innu, Malecite, Mi’kmaq, Mohawk, Naskapi and Inuit.
owes its rugged terrain to a meteorite two kilometres (1.3 mi.) across that hit the area 350 million years ago. It’s a rare spot where you can do some whale watching with both feet planted firmly on the shore.
Cirque du Soleil
always presents the world premieres of its shows in Québec.
is three times the area of France.
is a system of pedestrian corridors that connect the metro stations and crisscross downtown Montréal. A veritable underground city, the RÉSO has 32 km (20 mi.) of corridors filled with boutiques and small merchants.
is a treat enjoyed around the world, and 80% of it is produced in Québec.
is the oldest hockey team in the world that has played without interruption.
La Macaza airfield
is the Mont-Tremblant International Airport. It is made up entirely of log cabins.
6 Rue Donnacona, Québec City
is the address of the narrowest house in North America. It is only 3.7 m (12 ft.) wide.
are so numerous that people can’t agree on their number. Some say there are 500,000! Officially, there are 8,275 lakes over 3 km2 (1.2 sq. mi.) in size.