Quebec Car Rentals
Experience Quebec in one of our rental cars.
Bonjour and welcome to Quebec, Canada! Take a journey through this beautiful province. Multi-faceted geography, diverse landscapes, vegetation and climate, and a rich history spanning five centuries all make Quebec unique. Drive to one of Montreal's beautiful traffic circles to take in the Place de l'Assemblée-Nationale in front of the Parliament Building, which is home to a dazzling fountain. For wonderful views, take the family to ride the elevator to Observatoire de la Capitale, where you can enjoy an aerial view of the province.
Discover French heritage at its finest when upon driving into the city. Relive the city's vibrant French past along the cobbled streets of Old Montreal, Head to Mount Royal Park to take in some of the outdoor views and grab a bite to eat at one of Quebec's international neighborhoods, whether it be Chinatown, Little Italy or the Latin Quarter. Don't forget to take in some of Quebec's brilliant art and architecture at the Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal.
Isles de la Madeleine
Take your car to the countryside and enjoy some of Quebec's history. Begin your tour at the villages of Quebec's Eastern Townships at Knowlton, on Lake Brome. There you can find antiques on the main street to give as souvenirs and enjoy eating fresh-baked baguettes from the bake shops. If you have enough time, take a side trip to Brome Lake Ducks, a local farm that makes and sells pate. Visit an ecological farm in bucolic Durham where fresh fruit and honey is abundant. End the day by taking the entire family horseback riding to explore the open pastures and greenery of the townships.
While traveling in from Eastern Townships to Isles de la Madeleine, brush up on your French as you may need it here. This quaint area has fresh locally grown food and tons of amazing seafood to enjoy while you're here. Take a guided sea-kayak adventure to Belle-Anse Fatima, Havre-aux-Maison and Grosse Ile and make sure to swim, windsurf and surf along the area's beaches. You'll find that the area is populated by many musicians, artists, writers and poets who have made their homes here, inspired by the beauty of this remote, windy archipelago. You may even be able to grab a quick painting by some of the merchants who work on the street to bring home as a souvenir.