You're Not A True Quebecer Unless You've Visited At Least 9 Of These 14 Iconic Spots

Nothing beats being a tourist in your own province.
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As someone living in la belle province, I can tell you with certainty that while it may seem cliché to go and visit all the popular Quebec landmarks, no one ever regrets doing it.

Being such a large region, Quebec offers a range of sites and activities that are great in both summer and winter.

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That's why we think that everyone, including Quebecers, should get out and see what our amazing province has to offer.

The best part is there's always more to discover.

Here, we've gathered the top spots that we think everyone should visit at least once. How many spots have you been to?


What Makes This Spot Iconic: Taller than Niagara, Montmorency Falls makes a classic day trip in Quebec or the perfect spot on a road trip.


Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

What Makes This Spot Iconic: One of the most iconic spots in Canada, people come from all over the world just to get a glimpse of Quebec's most famous hotel.


Sanctuaire Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré

What Makes This Spot Iconic: The beautiful architecture is absolutely dreamy and is one of those spots that proves why we're la belle province.


Percé Rock

What Makes This Spot Iconic: This is another classic road trip spot that shows a totally different side to Quebec.


Mont Tremblant Village

What Makes This Spot Iconic: Arguably one of the best places to ski in Quebec, Tremblant is as much about the village as it is about the slopes.


La Basilique-Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Québec

What Makes This Spot Iconic: Everyone knows Notre-Dame in Montreal, but our province's capital has an equally breathtaking version.


Hôtel du Parlement du Québec

What Makes This Spot Iconic: People may have their opinions of Quebec's parliament itself, but one thing we can all agree on is the Hôtel du Parlement is simply exquisite.


Old Montreal

What Makes This Spot Iconic: Everyone knows that Montreal has that European flair and if Old Montreal doesn't prove that, we don't know what will.


Parc Gatineau

What Makes This Spot Iconic: Right at the border sits this beautiful park that is home to popular destinations within, including Pink Lake.


Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay

What Makes This Spot Iconic: This park is yet another example of the nature in Quebec that makes it so special.



What Makes This Spot Iconic: One of the best spots to see a starry sky, this park is incredible day or night.


Mount Royal

What Makes This Spot Iconic: The mountain that our city was named after is an absolute bucket list item for those that visit, but for locals, we get to call it part of our backyard.


Plaines d'Abraham

What Makes This Spot Iconic: From history class to road trip bucket list, the Plains of Abraham is somewhere every Quebecer needs to visit at least once.


Quartier Petit Champlain

What Makes This Spot Iconic: No trip to Quebec City is complete without a visit to one of its most beautiful and vibey neighbourhoods.


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