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Quebec is where picture-perfect cafes line the sidewalks, towering forests surround pristine pastures, and bronze church spires glimmer in the sun. A combination of rugged landscapes, majestic mountain ranges, history-soaked city quarters, and cosmopolitan sophistication, Quebec's diversity makes it a vibrant and exciting travel destination.
The bilingual city of Montreal is surprisingly affordable, and there are many cheap hotel deals in Quebec that will put you in rooms at the center of the city at low rates. The combination of affordability, cosmopolitan dynamism, and a certain joie de vivre inspired by the French results in an irresistible city marked by swank eateries, a buzzing Quartier Latin, and world-class museums.
In the province's other major metropolis, Quebec City, visitors can stay in Quebec hotels atop the alluring Cape Diamond. The city evokes a sense of high adventure, exploration, and military history, but it is also known for its inventive cuisine, well-preserved Old Town, and Francophone spirit.
Hotels in Quebec City are most crowded during the summer, when festivals fill the parks and special museum exhibitions highlight the area's art, history, and culture. In autumn and spring, you can find the best cheap hotel deals in Quebec City, but prices tend to go up around the Winter Festival. If you can find a special discount during the festival, book it because the experience is not to be missed!
To explore the more rugged side of the province, take advantage of the Quebec hotel deals in the Eastern Townships. Southeast of Montreal, the area is known for its crisp, blue lakes, verdant rolling hills, and opportunities for outdoor adventure. Many Quebec holiday packages include activities there, including fishing and swimming in the summer, walking in the fall foliage, skiing at Mont Orford during winter, and preparing maple syrup in the spring.
If you love skiing, rent a car in Quebec to explore Les Laurentides. The natural paradise is especially crowded during the Christmas holidays, and reservations are recommended if you want to stay in the charming resort villages. The rocky hills will challenge even the most seasoned skiers, but there is plenty to enjoy in the area without skis, including five-star restaurants, unique boutiques, and lovely parks.