Plan your trip to Quebec

Flights to Quebec are easy to book with Air Transat. Before planning a trip, be sure to check the schedule below, as some routes may be seasonal.

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Montreal Quebec
Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) Rouyn-Noranda Airport (YUY) Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
No flights May-Oct Jan-Apr Jan-Dec Dec-Oct
May-Oct No flights No flights No flights No flights

Hello Canada! Bonjour Quebec!

Working on one’s French is one of the many things to do in Quebec. Canada’s only French-speaking province is a haven for hospitality seekers, as it features some of the most unique hotels in Canada. Winter visitors lucky enough to secure a room at the Ice Hotel (Hôtel de Glace) in Quebec City are in for a treat. Similar to the Ice Hotel in Sweden, it gets rebuilt every year. In the summer, tourists clamour for rooms at one of the most highly rated hotels in Canada, the Château Frontenac in Old Quebec, which offers a stunning view of the St. Lawrence River. Both properties are also popular destination wedding spots for Brits.

Ski holidays in Quebec

Most Quebec tourism guides recommend either Mont-Tremblant or Mont-Sainte-Anne as the best slopes in the province. Tremblant’s weather is usually a touch warmer as it’s further south near Montreal. It also has many more mountainside amenities, including quite the party scene. Sainte-Anne is better known for the quality of its snow and is suited to more skilled skiers. The après-ski scene is less robust, but Quebec City is just 40 minutes away.

Summer in La belle province

The map of Quebec is peppered with incredible warm-weather spots ranging from the electric to the eclectic. Mont-Tremblant turns into an outdoor playground complete with cycling, hiking, golfing, canoeing, and even fishing. History buffs can visit Tadoussac to see France’s first trading post in the New World. Families can take their kids to Granby Zoo, just an hour east of Montreal and one of the best in North America. Nature lovers can walk the rolling hills of Charlevoix north of Quebec City or bike the trails of Gatineau Park. For getting away from it all, nothing beats the spas at Sacacomie.

Air Transat flights to Quebec land in Montreal, the perfect jumping-off point for Brits coming to French Canada because it’s where the most English is spoken. Book a visit to Quebec today and enjoy a truly bon voyage!

Quebec must-see destinations

Montreal

Montreal

Being at a match feels more like footy than ice hockey—from the chanting crowds to the team scarves. That passion for sport carries over to the city’s other sporting events like Montreal’s annual F1 Canadian Grand Prix and the annual exhibition baseball series at Olympic Stadium where 100,000 people show up for matches that don’t count. It would be a mistake for any visitor to Montreal to leave without buying a ticket to a game, whether it’s NHL ice hockey, CFL Canadian football or even one of the many collegiate teams that play.

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Quebec City

Quebec City

No trip within Canada would be complete without stopping in Quebec City, whose vestiges of a turbulent past make it a must-visit destination. Before your Air Transat flight to Quebec City, find out what there is to see in the provincial capital that wears its French heritage proudly.

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Rouyn-Noranda

Rouyn-Noranda

Rouyn Noranda: a winter sports playground, home of the Rouyn Noranda Huskies, the Osisko en lumière music festival and crown jewel of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region.A quiet and beautiful town, Rouyn Noranda boasts activities and entertainment for sports fans, outdoor enthusiasts and cultural aficionados alike. Don’t miss out on any of the action!

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Airports in Quebec serviced by Air Transat
Currency

Quebec uses Canadian dollars. You can most likely buy them at your bank before you leave or get them from cash machines in Canada with your debit card.

Official language

Canada is a bilingual country, with both English and French as official languages. Most of Quebec is French-speaking, though travellers can get by speaking English in most touristic areas. Keep in mind that Quebecois French is not like French from France and can be difficult to understand at times.

Entry/exit requirements

To get information regarding passports and all necessary visas, please visit the Canada section on Gov.UK.

As of March 15, 2016, travellers looking to visit Canada will be required to fill out an application form (eTA). This document will be required when boarding a flight to Canada. For more details, please visit Canada.ca/eTA.

Tourist Office

To get information regarding Quebec, please visit the Tourist Office Website.