We’re featuring the beautiful province of Quebec in this week’s travel deals and destinations post. Quebec is a magical province and I think best visited in the winter time when the snow lends such a gentle touch to the old world scenery. Here are 6 ways to enjoy Quebec, for less.
Stay in the famous Quebec City Ice Hotel
Here’s a travel experience you won’t soon forget – spend a night in an ice hotel! This is North America’s only ice hotel and now you can stay there for as much as 30% off.
Find out more about the Ice Hotel
Spa and Winter Fun Packages
Stay at the Estérel Resort in Estérel Quebec and choose from a variety of luxurious packages – from spa and romance to a snowmobile getaway.
Ready for some winter fun
Quebec City 3 Night Getaway with Via Rail
Via Rail is featuring a few overnight getaways to Quebec City or Montreal, such as a three night getaway from Montreal to Quebec City for $419. Or choose from what’s available in your departure city: like Montreal for 2 nights (departing from Ottawa, Windsor and Toronto).
Get on the rails.
Explore Quebec City from Fairmont Luxury
You can make the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac your homebase and explore Quebec City. The hotel has romance and ski packages, plus other offers like a bed and breakfast special.
Special offers from this hotel.
Get Up Close and Personal with the Seals
I can’t think of anything more exciting and quintessentially Canadian than seal watching! You can head to Château Madelinot in Cap-aux-Meules (Québec) for this exciting seal watching package. Watch the adult seals and their newborn pups in their natural habitat from February 24 to March 9th when they are out on the ice!
Book a package.
Explore the Old City
Hôtel Château Laurier Québec is located 5 minutes from the historic district of old Québec. It is a great homebase for exploring Quebec and all it’s charm on your own.
Take a look at their special packages.
Explore Quebec as part of your travel bucket list for now and in the New Year! It is a Globetrotting Mama favourite.
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