Home to both natural and cultural UNESCO World Heritage sites, Quebec, Canada has something to offer anyone who visits. To the south of this predominantly French-speaking territory lie the cities of Montreal and Quebec City, both of which are located along the shores of the St. Lawrence River. While Montreal boasts a modern city atmosphere, Quebec City is a UNESCO Cultural Heritage site which features an immaculately preserved colonial core and harbor. The entire northern half of Quebec is home to over half a million lakes in 430 watersheds which make for unique nature hikes, boating trips, and fishing. For spectacular views of Canada’s capital be sure to visit Gatineau, Quebec which lies across the water from Ottawa and provides sweeping vistas of the capital’s Victorian architecture.