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Whether you are looking for a self-guided Quebec tour or want to join a guided tour of Quebec, you will find a tour to suit your needs here. Click below to find some of the best guided and self-guided Quebec tours available today. Many of these Quebec tour packages feature unique Quebec tour opportunities that you will not find anywhere else. Quebec - Order FREE Travel Brochure!.

Quebec MapQuebec City Insight Fleximap (Insight Flexi Map S.) Tour Quebec. Flexi Map Quebec City contains five maps including Southern Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec City & Environs, a locator map of the whole region and a handy Metrobus map. It also lists Top Ten recommended sights - from the landmark Ch teau Frontenac Hotel to the Ile d'Orleans, dotted with cottages and tin-roofed farmhouses, as well as useful travel information, climate and local transport details.

Quebec City. Enjoy fine French cuisine, browse elegant shops or ice-skate on the grounds of a historic castle in a Canadian city with European style. Cozy up in front of a fireplace at one of the city's luxurious chateau hotels..

Living in QuebecLiving in Quebec (Living In... S.) Bursting with European charm, stunning natural landscapes, and world-class cuisine, the province of Quebec is abundant in natural beauty and cosmopolitan flair. From culturally-rich cities to pristine parks, this unique region of Canada is a treasure to discover. The Quebecois invite us to enter their Victorian mansions, colonial French homes, brick houses with winding exterior staircases, log cabins, and contemporary lofts to share in culinary specialties such as maple syrup and tourtiere, the traditional meat pie eaten on Christmas eve. Living in Quebec follows the changing seasons from the flamboyant colors of an Indian summer to the underground life of Montreal in winter. Picturesque villages along the banks of the St. Lawrence, footpaths around clear blue lakes, and magnificent spring gardens all come to life in this richly-illustrated volume.

Scottish Gaelic Settlers in QuebecOatmeal and the Catechism: Scottish Gaelic Settlers in Quebec This work records the oral history, folklore and folk-life of emigrants from the Outer Hebrides to Quebec in the 19th century. It opens with the historical background before telling oral history as remembered and experienced by the emigrants' descendants, telling of land clearing, "homesteading", farming, lumbering, bridge building and all the other tasks required to build a new community in the wilderness. Gaelic-speaking presbyterians, the group kept their language for the first three generations and still retain their religion to this day, as well as the tradition of the "taigh ceilidh". For more than a century people in the Outer Hebrides have been asking what happened to those who left. This work answers much of that question..

Quebec Lonely PlanetQuebec (Lonely Planet S.) Offers information on Montreal and Quebec City. This guide features a section on the eastern townships - the land of lakes, wineries and maple syrup - plus advice on activities such as skiing, snowboarding, dogsledding, ice fishing and snowmobiling. Tour Quebec

Quebec Insight Pocket GuideQuebec Insight Pocket Guide (Insight Pocket Guides S.) This guide includes a chapter detailing Quebec's history and culture, 16 itineraries taking in sights ranging from 84-m Montmorency Falls in Quebec City to the vast wilderness of Nunavik, leisure-time suggestions, and a comprehensive information section packed with essential contact addresses and numbers. It also contains dozens of photographs and six maps, including a detailed pull-out map.

The Battle for QuebecThe Battle for Quebec 1759: Britain's Conquest of Canada The definitive history of the campaigns in Canada between the British and French Empires during the Seven Years War. On September 13, 1759, British and French forces fought one of the most decisive battles of history, on the Plains of Abraham outside the Canadian capital of Quebec. The British force decisively routed the French, seized the city and ultimately all of Canada. Both the French and British commanders fell in the battle, and ever since the pathos and heroism of the encounter have engrossed historians. The struggle for Quebec was far more than one climactic battle. The campaign involved an immense military and naval operation, an eighteenth-century D-Day, which had begun the year before. Matthew Ward has researched extensively in archives in Britain and Canada to look at the entire campaign for Quebec, from its inception in Whitehall to its ultimate culmination in Montreal in 1760. He has probed beyond the actions of commanders and generals, to examine the experiences of the campaign for the ordinary soldier and civilian. What emerges is not just a picture of bravery and heroism, but also of a campaign which became increasingly brutal and cruel, both sides resorting to practices such as the routine scalping of enemy dead. It is also a surprising picture of the day-to-day, often mundane, lives of civilians and troops many thousands of miles from home.

History of QuebecA Short History of Quebec A Canadian classic, A Short History of Quebec offers a concise yet comprehensive overview of the province from the pre-contact native period to present-day constitutional struggles. The authors bring a refreshing perspective to the history of Quebec, focusing on the social and economic development of the region and its diverse peoples. Engagingly written, this expanded and updated second edition is an ideal starting place to learn about Quebec.

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