The Eastern Townships is one of the most-visited regions in Quebec. With picturesque streets, gorgeous scenery and history looming around every corner it makes the perfect getaway. Luckily for us Montrealers, it's less than two hours away from the city. So really, we have no reason not to hop in a car and go explore for the day.\nAnd although it's a great place to visit year-round, summer is truly the Eastern Townships' time to shine.\nThe best part? There's always more to discover. You know an adventure is good if you don't even want it to end... Or at the very least, you're already planning your next trip back.\nBecause just when you think you've found your new favourite thing to do here, you find something new and even more exciting.\nAnd that's the true beauty of travelling.\nSo the next time you're looking for a spontaneous adventure or the perfect spot for a weekend getaway, here are some of the ways you can explore the best of the Eastern Townships.\nLac Memphremagog\nAddress: Magog, QC\nView this post on Instagram C'est toujours magnifique un coucher de soleil sur le lac Memphrémagog! 😍 #magog #lacmemphré #lacmemphrémagog #paysage #coucherdesoleil #vuesurlelac #lac #montagne #eau #promenade #marche #cesticiquejeveuxetre #etreici #instalove #moment 📸 @anikmoulin A post shared by Tourisme Cantons-de-l'Est (@cantonsdelest) on May 19, 2020 at 5:01pm PDT\nLac Memphremagog is the ultimate destination for a mix of relaxation and adventure. Dive right into swimming, kayaking or stand up paddleboarding.\nOr, just hang out on the shore and be overcome by its sheer beauty.\nWebsite\nBleu Lavande\nAddress: 891, Chemin Narrows, Stanstead, QC\nView this post on Instagram #bleulavande #lavande #lavender #lavenderfield #Lookslikefilm #vintage #shprofilepic A post shared by cxmille (@camillegphoto) on Aug 22, 2016 at 8:20pm PDT\nThis lavender field in the Eastern Townships is one of the best examples of somewhere being so naturally elegant.\nLose yourself in the gorgeous fields, stop by the boutique for lavender-infused products or spend the afternoon for one of the most beautiful picnics you've ever been on.\nWebsite\nSherbrooke Street Art\nAddress: Sherbrooke, QC\nView this post on Instagram Live from Festival Amalgam Sherbrooke @festivalamalgam 🎨💥 @mariephilippetattoo and @gabyeroymainnoiretattoo painting together 😍 #livepainting #sherbrooke #sherbrookestreetart #festivalamalgam #streetart #igworldclub_art #handpainting A post shared by Pia (@piamtl) on Aug 7, 2016 at 10:05am PDT\nAs Canada's arts-capital, we know good art when we see it. And Sherbrooke is filled with amazing street art.\nWander the streets to discover your new favourite mural or take a guided tour to learn more about the artist and the mural-scene in the city.\nWebsite\nCafé Hubert Saint-Jean\nAddress: 1627, rue King O., Sherbrooke, QC and 4797, blvd. Bourque, Sherbrooke, QC\nView this post on Instagram Coffee is the answer. What’s the question again? pour ceux qui demandent oui c’est du décaf pas de soucis les cocos A post shared by Angèle Bérubé (@angeleeberube) on Dec 28, 2019 at 7:42am PST\nFor that cuppa' joe you need in the morning or for that mid-day-pick-me-up, head to Café Hubert Saint-Jean. It feels as homey as it tastes delicious.\nOne of the oldest in the region (opened since 1923, to be exact), the team takes coffee and fair trade production very seriously.\nWebsite\nVal Caudalies\nAddress: 4921, rue Principale, Dunham, QC\nView this post on Instagram Sweet tea, peacan pie 🌻✌🏼 A post shared by Isabelle Kira Robert (@isabellekira_robert) on Jun 20, 2018 at 2:45pm PDT\nThis beautiful vineyard on the Route des Vins is the ideal spot for seeing the best of the region's natural beauty and gastronomical innovation. You can spend hours wandering through the grounds or take in the views with a drink in hand.\nWebsite\nForest Lumina\nAddress 135, rue Michaud, Coaticook, QC\nView this post on Instagram On adore voir vos photos! 😍 Ajoutez le #forestalumina pour qu’on puisse admirer les souvenirs de votre passage chez nous! #forestalumina #parcdelagorgedecoaticook #valleedelacoaticook #cantonsdelest #magie A post shared by Foresta Lumina (@forestalumina) on Apr 16, 2020 at 7:26am PDT\nMake your way through Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook in this amazing immersive, multimedia experience. The trail is more than 2.5-kilometres long with more and more magic along the way.\nWebsite\nAu Diable Vert\nAddress: 169, Chemin Staines, Glen Sutton, QC\nView this post on Instagram « Je suis un gars du Far-West, Qui aime les chevaux, La bière et le rodéo Oho Oho... » 👩🏼🌾 —————— #usaroadtrip #vermont #natures #doggie #goodboy #greenspaces #natureslovers A post shared by Traveler🌵 (@alysun_rose) on Aug 25, 2019 at 11:28am PDT\nThe ultimate destination for getting the most out of Quebec's summer adventures, Au Diable Vert is a great choice for all types of outdoor activities.\nWhether it's rafting down the river or hanging with some amazing animals, the site has anything and everything to "get back to nature."\nWebsite\nParc National du Mont Mégantic\nAddress: 189, Route du Parc, Notre-Dame-des-Bois, QC\nView this post on Instagram En attendant les ciels d'été M'ennuie de la photo de nuit 😭 #cielsauplurielcestbeau #ettoléréparlacadémiefrançaise A post shared by Mathieu Buzzetti-Melançon (@matbuzzetti) on Apr 18, 2020 at 5:48pm PDT\nThe fun doesn't stop just because the day is over. Mont Mégantic is a beautiful park in the day, but at night it becomes one of the top places to go stargazing in the country.\nWebsite\nEnjoy your roadtrip.