Experiential Travel Blog
CAD Canadian Dollar
1 euro = about 1,5 Canadian Dollars
French in Québec region
Winter from November to the end of May (temperatures can reach -30 celsius degrees). Summer is very hot and dry
80% Canadians, 20% Europeans
Federal Administration of Canada
Poutine, Bagels, Maple Syrup, soups
Sugar shack, chalet, poutine, hockey, whales, caribou
Canada is a country with a big heart that doesn’t lose warmth despite its freezing winter. It can be defined paradise from a lot of Europeans for the efficiency in the economic, social and political system. Let its wild landscapes conquer you, unspoiled forests and mirrored lakes, but also the cosmopolitan Montréal and the technologically advanced Toronto. Don’t miss the visit to a sugar shack, the dog-sliding, a hockey match and whale watching in the local authentic area of Tadoussac. There’s always something to do: art events, cultural appointments and music festivals, even the cold winter temperatures don’t keep Canadians at home!
I lived 1 year in Montréal and I had the chance to explore the East Canada falling in love with this country in all its aspects.
QUEBEC CITY & MONTMORENCY FALLS
TADOUSSAC & SAGUENAY PARK
I would be happy to give you tips,
ideas and itineraries suggestions
to plan your next trip !
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