Québec: Je me souviens

We had a nice time visiting Quebec during the summer on our cross Canada road trip for Canada's 150th birthday. Canada is a bilingual country but where we are on the west coast there isn't a lot of French speakers. It was cool to be in Quebec and be surrounded by French speakers and see a part of Canada that is a bit different than Vancouver and British Columbia.

Travel Diary:

On the way east we stopped in Montreal for brunch at Vegano. See our trip here: Montreal for Brunch, Street Art and Vegan Sushi.

We drove to Quebec City to find a campsite just outside the city. Then in the morning, we had a fun time exploring Quebec City the capital of Quebec.

Quebec City is very unique for North America because it has a very European feel to it. It was a lot of fun walking around and taking in all the sights there. Check out our post for more and watch our video on the visit too.

We carried on through Quebec and into New Brunswick after our time in Quebec City. On the way back west we went to La Mauricie National Park which turned out to be one of our favourite campsites of the whole trip and a very scenic park for walks.

We stopped in MONTREAL on the way back west and we had more of a chance to see the city and eat the great food there. Vegan sushi is such a draw for us so we were in love with Montreal when we were there.

If you enjoyed reading about our time in Quebec then definitely check out the rest of our posts on our road trip across Canada. We travelled from coast to coast and back. It was a lot of driving and we saw a lot so if you are planning on doing something similar let our experience be your guide.