Regions of Quebec, Canada

Quebec Regions: Plan Your Quebec Vacation

Last Updated on February 21, 2021 by Pamela

COVID UPDATE: As of March 9, 2021, most regions in Quebec (with the exception of Montreal and its surrounding regions) are now orange zone, with a 9:30pm – 5am curfew. Restaurants will now be open for dine-in (with restrictions), as well as gyms, museums, shops, and salons. Bars remain closed. Travel to Quebec at this time is not advisable. In the meantime, I hope you will utilize this site for travel inspiration and future travel planning!

Quebec Regions offer everything from outdoor adventures and cultural experiences to luxurious getaways and foodie vacays that are sure to make your friends jealous. Or, more importantly, sure to live in your memories for years to come.

Honestly, Quebec is a mind-blowing province and we want you to have the time of your life, which is why we have put together pages like this one.

Are you ready to explore Quebec regions and cities such as Montreal, Quebec City, Côte-Nord, and more?!

Which Quebec Regions Should You Visit?

Quebec Regions: Iles de la Madeleine

All of them, obviously! As fun as it would be to spend a year visiting them all, it is more realistic to visit one or two Quebec regions at a time. Then again, who are we to tell you what is realistic?!

We spend quite a bit of time exploring the Province of Quebec, or planning trips to explore the Province of Quebec, and one of the first places we start our research is with regional tourism offices.

Our suggestion: if you live outside of Quebec, visit the tourism websites and social media channels for inspiration, and to ask questions. You can also write to each office to request tourism guides and maps.

When you’re on your epic Quebec vacation, you can also pop into regional tourism offices to scout for things to do in Quebec, where to eat, sleep and more.

Regional Tourism Offices in Quebec

Quebec Regions: Mingan Archipelago in Côte-Nord
Quebec Regions: Little Italy in Montreal

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Pamela

Hello, I'm Pamela! I'm a travel and food writer, chocolat chaud addict, an anglophone who prefers life in Quebec. When I'm not working on Urban Guide Quebec, I am writing for Quebec City Tourism, updating guidebooks for Michelin, and writing freelance! There's a good chance I'm planning my next Quebec road trip, got tips?

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