Quebec Rail Vacations
On any Quebec rail vacation, discover an intriguing mix of old-world European charm and the stunning nature of North America.
The largest Canadian province and home to over 8.4 million residents, it houses a number of diverse cultures, vast mountain ranges, and approximately 1 million lakes and waterways.
It's also highly regarded for its impeccable food dishes.
The flagship cities of Quebec — Québec City and Montréal — are great places to start a vacation.
Beyond them lie boreal forest, gently sloping valleys, one of the world’s longest natural waterways (the Saguenay Fjord) and the craggy Gaspé Peninsula.
Here, mountain peaks plunge straight to the sea, and you can stop in at villages where locals greet you in a rustic Québécois patois.
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Canada Rail Vacations REVIEWS
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Mel New Zealand
"Overall it was a great way to see the country for the most part. "
Lorraine Squamish, Canada
"We had a wonderful trip and everything was arranged very well!"
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Annette California, United States
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Pam Illinois, United States
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"Excellent trip. Well planned out. We were able to get all our additional destinations accommodated. "
Paul Williams Canada
"One of our best vacations. Perfectly planned and all went off without a hitch. "
Joel Yellin Rochester , United States
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Kay New Zealand