The French part of Canada is as unique as it is beautiful, and the capital city of Quebec is where you can experience the best of this cultural destination.
Because most travelers stick to the west coast in the winter, Quebec City remains blissfully quiet, and the huge snowfalls that cover the historic buildings produces a pristine, almost unreal scene.
You can join the locals at night to ice skate down the illuminated Rideau Canal through the city, head into the parks for some cross-country skiing and even stay in an igloo.
Everybody speaks French in the province, but you can get by with English in Quebec City. The different language just adds to the fascinating atmosphere.
Nowhere does winter quite like Canada. When the mercury drops the locals embrace the snow, and everybody heads outside for an abundance of incredible activities. Get ready to join them with travel gear made for winter.