TWT Travel Binder: Quebec

Here are some resources to help you plan your own “travels with two” to Quebec.

Travels With Two
Posts on Quebec

Official Tourism Guide
New York Times
Pilot Destinations
Pilot Destinations: Poutine
NGT’s Intelligent Travel: The Cutest Kingdom in Canada
Travel + Leisure: Where to Go to Say “I Do”: Quebec


Conde Nast Traveller
Travel + Leisure
Anthony Bourdain
New York Magazine: Weekend Escapes: Reconstruct the Past in Montreal
Conde Nast Traveller: A Whole New Canada: Montreal
Conde Nast Traveller: Whistle-Stop Tours: Amtrak’s Adirondack
Conde Nast Traveller: Montreal: A Taste of Gluttony
Food & Wine: Where to Go Next: Montreal
Travel + Leisure: 10 Great Places to Spend Christmas: Montreal
Travel + Leisure: Great Botanical Gardens of the World: Jardin Botanique de Montreal
NGT: Historic Places Rated: Montreal


Conde Nast Traveller
Travel + Leisure
NGT: 48 Hours: Quebec City
NGT: Insiders Map: Quebec City
New York Magazine: Weekend Escapes: Ski Quebec’s Powder Stash
Conde Nast Traveller: A Whole New Canada: Quebec City
Conde Nast Traveller: Quebec City: Ancien Regime


Quebec Travel Agents & Tours
Entree Canada – Marc Telio
Globus Journeys

Old Montréal by mricon.

Old Montreal by Konstantin Ryabitsev

Old Train Station, Wakefield, Quebec by Ian Muttoo.

Old Train Station, Wakefield, Quebec by Ian Muttoo

Quebec City 30 by paulo.barcellos.

Quebec City by Paulo Barcellos

Have a Quebec tip, story, or blog post you’d like to share?


  1. Hi,
    Montreal, Quebec is one of my favorite North American cities. Living in the Northeast certainly helps with proximity, as it is only a 5 hour drive. Perfect for a weekend. One of the highlights of Montreal is the food! I have had some amazing food experiences that I highly recommend!
    1. Au Pied de Couchon – the chef/owner of this place is pretty well-known, and we had an amazing decadent meal here.

    2. This blog, Endless Banquet, is a great resource for all things Montreal. It was here that we got our insider food tips.

    3. Pho Bac 97 – Montreal’s Chinatown is more of a little Saigon-town. We had the best pho of our lives at this tiny hole in the wall. $5 will feed you for the night.

    4. Tapeo – another recommendation from Endless Banquet, this tapas restaurant is jam-packed but completely amazing. It’s a little off the beaten path, and the host even asked us how we heard about it, almost like it was their little secret that we had stumbled upon.


  2. Julie, thank you for these amazing additions, especially the link for Endless Banquet!

    Adam and I have a deep and abiding love for pho…but we can’t get to Montreal before this Saturday. Meet you at Pho Bac 97 at noon? (Oh, how I wish I wasn’t kidding…)

    I’m grateful for your input and wowed by your blog, Empty Stomach, Empty Passport — so much so, I just added it to my homepage blogroll.


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