Only a 90 minute flight from NYC, there’s a city in Eastern Canada that is neither Drake’s Toronto or the aristocratic, quintessentially French Montreal. A city that loves the Canadian dish of poutine, but has a healthy respect for high-end, gourmet cuisine. Quebec City is the capital of the province of Quebec, a place that uniquely holds onto heritage, culture and an almost unattainable quaintness. While meshing modern design with Gen X meets Millennial culture, Quebec is a city primed to attract a fresh crop of luxury travelers looking for eclectic adventures.
Quebec is a city with events for every season. While it happens every July (and due to sell-out crowds, it’s not too early to plan for next year), the Festival d’été de Québec lures over one million visitors to almost 300 shows across an 11 day stint.