To see why so many tourists opt for Quebec as a place to vacation, make sure you and your travel buddies set aside some time to explore the wider region. You'll find Campbellton, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the east, and Atholville 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the east.
If the weather is good, take the time to explore Quebec's open-air exhibits, street art and gardens. To truly understand a region, you need to understand the past. Quebec's evocative war relics and monuments are a marvellous place to start.
If you love to get wet, include some watersports in your itinerary. Rafting is a popular option here and another option is fishing. Hop into your snow gear and have a go at cross-country skiing or skiing. Both of these are great options for locals and tourists alike.
A great way to discover the essence of a place is by exploring the cafés and restaurants in the area. Try some food and get to know residents. For a true taste of Quebec try Poutine (fries with gravy and cheese curd) or pate chinois.
There is no doubt that Quebec is a breathtakingly beautiful destination that you will linger in your memories for many years.