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Celebrating the season

Québeckers invented winter. Well, not entirely, but they certainly perfected how to enjoy the cold. As the adage goes, there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad outerwear, and in Québec, there are a million ways to enjoy the snow and ice—whether it’s on the slopes or at the spa. On y va!

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Partying as a pastime

With more than 500 festivals a year in Québec, chances are you’ll find a fun-filled happening during your visit. You can meet Bonhomme in his Ice Palace at the Québec Winter Carnival, wonder at the lights and sounds of the Montréal en Lumière festival or experience a taste of Europe at the Christmas Markets across the province.

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Chilly weather fun

Embracing the cold weather is a way of life in Québec: you can hit the slopes at world-class resorts, soak up the scenery snowshoeing and dogsledding or go snowmobiling over some of the 30,000 kilometres of connected trails throughout the province. Plus, there’s a myriad of Nordic spas for relaxation after a long day on the move.

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Joie de vive

The cities of Québec are aglow in winter, making for memorable urban adventures. Be dazzled by the culture, historic architecture and artworks, stroll (and shop) along the bustling streets adorned with warm glowing lights and enjoy a meal by candlelight in one of the many world-class restaurants showcasing Québecois cuisine.

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Unique accommodations

Québec wrote the (guest)book on memorable stays. Choose the iconic Hotel de Glace with its fur blankets and icy archways — or book a weekend in a treehouse or a submarine. For a more luxurious stay, check into one of the grand railway hotels in the city or a secluded inn with great room service and picturesque nature views.

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