Western Quebec: Way, way off the beaten path

Americans love visiting the Canadian province of Québec. Foreign enough to feel refreshing and different, but still safe and friendly, it’s an easily-accessible foreign vacation destination. Most tourists head for Montréal or the provincial capital, Québec City. Both are very French, (with a distinctive Québecois accent) and offer historic charm, as well as downhill ski resorts like Mont Tremblant, north of Montréal and Mont Sainte Anne, east of Québec City. The food scenes are sophisticated and exciting, evolving constantly to reflect the demands of a deep end foodie culture.

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