Quebec, the Canadian province is a melting pot of French, Canadian, American and Mexican cultures which is reflected in the province’s art, music, festivals and events. Hire cheap car rentals for a refreshing drive across the mountainous countryside, and soak in the scenic delights of this beautiful place. There are plenty other tourist attractions that will keep you entertained during your visit here. With activities and entertainment ranging from skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, fishing, parks, museums, theaters and science centers, Ontario spells fun for tourists all the year through.
Several music festivals are popular in Quebec. Montreal International Jazz Festival in Montreal is the Mecca for jazz lovers, while the Festival international Nuits d'Afrique gives insight into the Afro and Indy music streaks. The Les Concerts Loto-Québec de l'OSM dans les Parcs is held every year at the best family picnic spots of Montreal parks in Québec.
Quebec City Summer Festival keeps the summers cool in this snow city. Drive your rentals to reach the Gatineau Hot Air Balloon Festival where kids and adults enjoy hot air balloons rides in the clear sky. Québec Winter Carnival is an event to check out, if you are in Quebec during winter. It is an annual winter carnival which includes night parades, snow slides, and various shows and snow sculptures along with the excellent views of starry streets and merry faces.
Natural parks are aplenty in Québec which have a bounty of serene landscapes, rich flora and fauna and safe entertaining activities initiated by the government. Many of them are located at a distance from the cities to keep its natural charm untouched by modernization. Car rentals are your best option for reaching these places easily.
The Mont-Tremblant National Park at Lac-Supérieur is one among the largest parks with an area of 1510.10 sq.km closely followed by Pingualuit National Park at Kangiqsujuaq in the Ungava Peninsula. You can enjoy horse riding at the Anticosti National Park in L’Ile-d’Anticosti. The park also provides other sporting activities common to most Quebec parks such as hiking, cycling, canoeing and kayaking as well as camping sites. The Gaspésie National Park in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts boasts of the highest peak of the Appalachian Mountains and is an excellent adventure destination.
6,000 kms of coastline gives you plenty opportunity for sea kayaking, whereas river rafting is a popular sport at the Rouge River. Drive your rentals to Grand Jardins in the beautiful Charlevoix Region or Val David in the Laurentians if you wish to go rock climbing. Mountain biking is another popular sport. Mont Ste. Anne located just outside Quebec city and Bromont and Mont Tremblant have great trails that are perfect for mountain biking enthusiasts. Skiing is also a highly popular sport here, with many venues that provide for skiing fans.