The largest Canadian province, Quebec, has a distinct personality embracing a blend of North American and European cultures. In the capital of the province, Quebec City, you'll find the historic quarters bustling with the charm of Old Europe. Explore lots of fascinating museums and world renowned art galleries in the city, and then get a taste of the countryside with a trip to the island of Orleans with its green pastures and quaint villages. On the doorstep of the Quebec City, are the cascading waters of the Montmorency Falls, and the sublime glacial valleys of Jacques-Cartier National Park. Meanwhile, beautiful and trendy Montreal offers a glittering skyscraper-filled skyline alongside heritage monuments like the Notre-Dame Basilica with its Gothic spires. Enjoy shopping and jazz in the Downtown area, check out the nightlife in the Old Port, dine in the Plateau, and walk to the summit of Mount Royal for a fantastic view of the city. In driving distance from Montreal, Mont Tremblant is a city and ski resort nestled in the Laurentian Mountains around Lake Tremblant. In winter, go skiing, snowmobiling, ice climbing, ice skating and more. In the summer, try river rafting, championship golf, sailing, kayaking or just relax on the soft gold sands that fringe the lakeside. It's a breathtaking region with traditional alpine buildings and rich forests.