2 Weeks in Quebec: Which Itinerary for 14, 15 or 16 Days?
You’re planning a 2-week itinerary in Quebec and you’re looking for the best things to do?
You’re at the right place!
In order to help you plan your stay, I have prepared this recommended Itinerary for 14, 15 or 16 days in Quebec.
For this itinerary, in addition to the best things to do and must-see attractions, I will also give you all my best tips as well as my list of the best accommodations depending on your budget.
So, what are the best things to do in Quebec in 2 weeks? Where to stay?
Let’s find out!
- 2 Weeks in Quebec: Which Itinerary for 14, 15 or 16 Days?
- 1) Montreal (2 days)
- 2) Mont-Tremblant (1 day)
- 3) La Mauricie National Park (2 days)
- 4) Lac Saint-Jean (1 day)
- 5) Fjord-du-Saguenay (2 days)
- 6) Tadoussac (1 day)
- 7) Charlevoix (2 days)
- 8) Quebec City (2 days)
- 9) Back to Montreal (1 day)
- Two-week road trip in Quebec: Renting a car
- You’re traveling in Canada? These articles will help you!
1) Montreal (2 days)
For your two-week stay in Quebec, it’s most practical and economical to land in Montreal.
On your arrival day in Montreal, between the travel time to your accommodation, fatigue, and jet lag, you’ll be left with little time or energy! So, I’d recommend getting some good rest before you start your tour of Quebec.
The next day, kickstart a full day of exploring Montreal! I’d suggest starting your morning with a visit to Old Montreal and Old Port dictricts.
In the historic district, don’t miss out on visiting Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, Bonsecours Market, Clock Tower Quay, and Jacques-Cartier Square.
If you want to learn more about the history of these monuments and neighborhood, you can also book a guided tour of Old Montreal by clicking here!
At the Old Port, you can also enjoy a nice stroll along the St. Lawrence River. In summer, it’s a hot spot for joggers and cyclists, and in winter, you’ll find a skating rink and can try your hand at ice fishing!
From the Old Port of Montreal, I recommend you take (click on the orange links to book):
- A one-hour cruise on the St. Lawrence River
- A ride on Canada’s tallest Ferris wheel
- A zip-line descent.
At noon, I suggest you dine at the restaurant of the Pointe à Callières Museum, also known as the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History, located across from Alexandra Quay.
For only $25, you can enjoy a complete gourmet menu (starter + main course + dessert). It’s really good and besides, the restaurant offers a panoramic view of the entire Old Port..
It’s one of my favorite spots to eat in Montreal! Remember, reservations are a must.
In the afternoon, head to Mount Royal Park, an essential attraction for any Montreal visit.
Climb up to the Mount Royal Lookout to enjoy a panoramic view of the entire city. You can also walk along the marked trails and around the Beaver Lake.
You’ll likely spot a bunch of squirrels throughout the park. In winter, don’t hesitate to try ice skating or cross-country skiing. And for a softer option, have a sled ride!
To wrap up the day, make your way back to the Plateau-Mont-Royal area and explore its charming traditional houses and plethora of shops.
As the sun goes down, how about digging into the national favorite, poutine? It’s a delicious way to dive into some local goodness!
The best place to taste it on Mount Royal is at La Banquise — the toughest part will be choosing among the many, many variations!
The next day, to continue exploring Montreal, consider getting a bird’s-eye view by riding the panoramic elevator of the Olympic Stadium tower. A breathtaking view awaits you at the top.
Then, spend the morning at Montreal’s Biodome, where you’ll encounter the main ecosystems of the American continent. The place is home to (among others) lynxes, caimans, penguins, and puffins.
Near the Biodome and the stadium, I also recommend a visit to Montreal’s Botanical Garden. You’ll find several themed gardens including Chinese and Japanese gardens, which are genuinely beautiful. It’s open all seasons and free in winter.
To wrap up your second day in Montreal, head over to Saint Catherine Street, a massive commercial artery with numerous shops and several shopping centers. The city’s famous underground network that keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer runs under the entire street.
If you wish to see even more of Montreal, check out my dedicated post: Top 33 Things to absolutely see in Montreal!
Where to stay in Montreal
- M Montreal: A youth hostel just a 5-minute walk away from Berri Uquam metro station on Sainte Catherine street. You can grab a bed in a modern, cozy dorm for just 25€ a night, breakfast included. You can also book a double room if you prefer. Strong points: Super friendly staff, modern facilities, basement bar with occasional live performances. A fantastic choice for budget-friendly accommodations in Montreal!
- Best Western Plus Hotel Montreal: Located in the bustling Quartier des Spectacles. You can book a warm, spacious double room starting from €150 per night. Strong points: Perfect location for exploring Montreal, clean and comfy beds.
- Le Dauphin Montréal Centre-Ville:: Just 200 meters away from the Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal and a 5-minute walk from the Old Port. Double rooms starting from €170, breakfast included. Strong points: Great location, spacious rooms, and large beds.
- Le Petit Hotel Montreal:: Located in the historical center of Montreal. Rooms with character (think stone walls and exposed brick) starting from €250, breakfast included. Strong points: Excellent service, a delicious breakfast, and the charming ambiance of the hotel.
- Le St-Martin Hotel Centre-ville – Hotel Particulier:: Just 50 meters away from Saint Catherine West Street. Stylish, cozy double rooms starting from €290. Strong points: An enchanting pool with waterfalls and jets, delightful staff, prime location, and comfort. My recommendation for a high-end stay in Montreal!
- Hôtel Birks Montréal: Located in the city center, this 5-star hotel offers beautifully decorated rooms starting from €500, with breakfast at an additional €19. Strong points: Prime location, beautiful architecture, friendly staff, and a luxurious spa. The best hotel in Montreal for a luxury stay!
2) Mont-Tremblant (1 day)
The second stop on this 2-week journey through Quebec is the delightful Mont-Tremblant. It’s about a 90-minute drive to get to Mont-Tremblant Park from Montreal.
This region is a hit in Canada because in the fall, the landscape transforms into a stunning warm-hued palette. I’ve been lucky enough to experience this firsthand, and let me tell you, it’s a sight for sore eyes.
Guess what? You can actually grab a seat on a helicopter flight over Mont-Tremblant and the Laurentians, treating yourself to an awe-inspiring bird’s-eye view of this stunning beauty! Ready to book your spot?
During your day at Mont-Tremblant, I’d also advise you to go for a hike. It’s one of the best ways to fully take in the stunning landscape. The Rock and Cornice Trail is one of the most accessible ones.
If you happen to be in Mont-Tremblant during summer, you can also enjoy water sports on the lake, go summer sledding, or even try out a thrilling 4km zip-line descent! And if it’s winter, Mont-Tremblant is a renowned ski resort, so you’ll get to hit the slopes to your heart’s content.
In winter, I’d also highly recommend one activity that, to me, is a must-do on a trip to Quebec at this time of the year: a snowmobile excursion!
Just hit the button below to find out more and book your adventure:
Where to stay in Mont-Tremblant
- Auberge Manitonga Mont-Tremblant: This cozy youth hostel is only a 5-minute drive from Mont-Tremblant village and a 10-minute bus ride. Dormitory bed from €30 per night. Strong points: Great value for money, nearby lake, warm welcome, and pleasant surroundings. A fantastic budget-friendly choice in Mont-Tremblant!
- Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Mont Tremblant: Located a 5-minute drive from the village center. Spacious and inviting double rooms from €100 per night, including breakfast. Strong points: Indoor pool, room size and comfort, free parking, friendly staff. It’s my favorite for its value for money in Mont-Tremblant!
- Château Beauvallon: Situated 10 min away from Mont-Tremblant. Well-equipped suite with balcony and kitchenette from €125 per night. Strong points: Indoor and heated outdoor pools, tranquility, shuttle service to Mont-Tremblant.
- Le Grand Lodge Mont-Tremblant: This hotel is located on the shores of Lake Ouimet.
Comfortable and spacious double rooms from €170 per night, breakfast at €17. Strong points: Stunning lake views, location, indoor pool, spa, the all-wood hotel style with fireplace in the rooms.
- Fairmont Tremblant Hotel: This luxury hotel is nestled at the foot of Mont-Tremblant, right next door to the pedestrian village. Comfy double rooms starting at €300 per night, with breakfast for €30. Strong points: all the perks of a 5*, the location, heated pools, top-notch service, stunning facilities. The best hotel in Mont-Tremblant for a luxury stay!
3) La Mauricie National Park (2 days)
To make the most of your 14, 15, or 16-day trip to Quebec and not miss out on any quintessential Canadian experiences, I suggest spending the next two days in a national park.
The closest to Mont-Tremblant is the La Mauricie National Park. It’ll take about 3 hours to drive there, so plan to spend a morning on the road.
Afternoon is the perfect time to relax amidst the stunning natural landscapes the park has to offer and have a blast with one of the cool activities on the menu. In the summer, why not take a serene canoe ride on one of the lakes or go for a refreshing hike?
During winter, it’s the perfect time to try your hand at thrilling activities like snowmobiling or dog sledding, which are pretty much mandatory for a true Canadian adventure!
On your second day at La Mauricie National Park, I highly recommend making the excursion to the Waber falls. It’s a bit of a workout with 8km of canoeing and 8km of walking round trip, but it’s perfectly doable in a day. Waber falls is the perfect spot for a picnic in the heart of nature.
Staying at La Mauricie National Park
For camping enthusiasts, the park offers large equipped tents both in winter (wood stove) and summer. Common areas are available for cooking and cleaning up. You’ll find more info right here.
And for those who prefer a bit more comfort, here are the best accommodations near the park.
- Trapper’s Inn Refuge: Located at the park’s entrance. Double room from €80. Strong points: location, warm welcome.
- Gîte aux Traditions: Located on the main street of St-Jean des Piles, just 5km from the park. Double room from €85 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: location, lovely hosts, hearty and delicious homemade breakfast, tips for activities in the park.
- Hotel Marineau Shawinigan: Located 15 km from the national park. Double room from €85, breakfast included. Strong points: cleanliness, comfy beds, good breakfast.
- Auberge motel drakkar: Located in Shawinigan. Spacious double room from €100 per night. Strong points: good breakfast, welcoming owner, quietness.
4) Lac Saint-Jean (1 day)
The fourth leg of this 2-week Quebec journey takes you to Lac St-Jean.
Roughly located 3h45 minutes away from La Mauricie National Park, you can expect the drive to occupy a good chunk of your morning. But fret not, as the route offers gorgeous scenic views.
Your afternoon itinerary is full of exciting options, so you’ll have plenty to choose from based on your interests and vacation style.
One of the must-see attractions in the Lac St-Jean region is the famous St-Félicien zoo. Most of the animals here roam free while you’ll be the one in a cage, touring around in a small fenced train.
Prepare to be amazed as you’ll have the chance to observe Canada’s incredibly diverse wildlife, including bison, moose, bears, and wolves. If you’re on this two-week Quebec road trip with kids, they’ll love it. And you too!
Click here for more information on the St-Félicien zoo.
If you’re a museum lover, I strongly recommend a visit to the Indigenous museum in Mashteuiatsh, located by the lake. You’ll learn more about the Indigenous peoples native to this region of Quebec.
You can find all the details on the museum’s official website.
You might also want to check out the historic village of Val-Jalbert. There, you’ll discover an authentic 1920s village with about forty historical buildings and costumed characters to bring the past to life.
For prices and opening times, go check the official website.
Staying at Lac St-Jean
- Auberge Lac Saint-Jean: Located on the shores of the lake, a 12-minute walk from the beach. Dormitory bed from €20 per night. Strong points: tranquil location, very pleasant and clean communal area, comfortable bed.
- Maison Zacharie: Located in Desbiens, by the lake. Large comfortable double room from €55 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: homely welcome, very beautiful area, good breakfast, a quiet and comfortable establishment.
- Motel L’Avantage: Located by the lake, about 8 km from the historic village of Val-Jalbert. Basic but clean double room from €65 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: access to a private beach, superb lake view, very friendly welcome.
- Chalets et Spa Lac St-Jean: A 6-minute drive from the historic village and 40 minutes from the zoo. Cozy fully equipped loft with kitchenette and terrace from €100 per night. Strong points: nice view, large apartment, direct access to the beach, geographical location. It’s my favorite for its excellent value for money!
- Hotel historique de Val-Jalbert: Located in Chambord in a completely renovated 1920s building. Modern, comfortable and cozy double room from €200 per night, breakfast included and you can even enjoy dinner for that price! Access to the historic village is also included. Strong points: the ambiance, activities offered, welcoming staff, excellent restaurant, room decor. The best choice for a high-end hotel in Lac Saint-Jean.
5) Fjord-du-Saguenay (2 days)
Today, to continue this two-week adventure through Quebec, we’re hitting the road to the awe-inspiring Saguenay fjord in “Fjord-du-Saguenay”. It’s about a 2-hour drive from Lac St-Jean.
Get ready to feast your eyes on some seriously stunning landscapes at the fjord.
When it comes to things to do in Fjord-du-Saguenay, here are my suggestions:
- Visit the charming village of L’Anse St-Jean, ranked among Quebec’s most beautiful villages. It’s the only village on the southern shore of the fjord and offers breathtaking panoramas.
- Similarly, you might also want to visit the village of Sainte-Rose-Du-Nord. Tucked in a small valley, surrounded by mountains, the views here are just as majestic.
- Go for a hike in Fjord-du-Saguenay Park. The Statue Trail (7 km round trip) is the most famous one. The view from the top is really worth the climb.
- Hop on a boat cruise and soak in the beauty of the fjord from below while discovering the fascinating history of its formation.
- And for the adventure-seekers, I recommend kayaking in the sea (book here). If you’re lucky, you might even get to spot whales and belugas!
During the winter, you can also plan for:
Of course, you can spread out these activities over your two-day visit to the fjord.
Staying at the Saguenay fjord
- Auberge du dimanche: The establishment is located in the town of Rivière-Éternité, very close to the fjord. Nice and spacious double room starting from €70 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: the setting and the tranquility, comfortable bedding, impeccable cleanliness. It’s my favorite for its value for money, I really recommend you stay 2 nights.
- Chalets sur le Fjord: Located in l’Anse Saint-Jean, ranked among the most beautiful villages in Quebec. Apartment or studio with kitchenette from €80 per night. Strong points: the magnificent setting with a view of the fjord, the comfortable and modern apartments, the hot tub.
- Lodge des Bois: Located in Saint-Félix-d’Otis, by the lake. Cabin in the middle of the forest with private access to the lake. The lodge is fully equipped, the decor is modern, and it has a terrace and a barbecue. The place is very quiet and the view is magnificent. From €100 per night + €30 for cleaning. I highly recommend it for a stay immersed in the heart of Canadian nature! Don’t hesitate for long, there’s only one!
- Le 30 de Vébron: Apartment located in the pretty village of l’Anse Saint-Jean. This 250m² apartment can accommodate up to 7 people for €160 per night. It’s well equipped, very beautiful, and located in a pleasant setting. It’s ideal if you’re traveling with family or for a group of friends.
6) Tadoussac (1 day)
For this sixth leg of the journey, get ready for one of the iconic experiences of your 2-week Quebec adventure! That’s right, you’re going whale watching!
To do this, you’ll need to head to Tadoussac, about a 2-hour drive from the town of Fjord-du-Saguenay.
Tadoussac, in addition to being among the top 50 most beautiful bays in the world, is a privileged spot for whale watching. To see them, you’ll have a variety of cruise options, varying in length and vessel type (large boat, zodiac, or kayak).
For a big boat outing, your best option is to book your tickets here:
The cruise lasts 3 hours and also includes a tour of the Saguenay fjord. If you didn’t get the chance to do this while in Saguenay, here’s your opportunity! Of course, the main event will be seeking out the whales.
And if you prefer to get as close to the whales as possible and be in a smaller group, I recommend opting for a zodiac outing. It lasts about 2.5 hours and also includes a fjord excursion.
Where to stay in Tadoussac
- Motel de l’Anse à l’Eau: Located in Tadoussac. Double rooms from €100 per night. Strong points: location, friendly staff, free parking, cleanliness.
- Hotel le Beluga: Located in Tadoussac. Spacious and bright double room starting from €130 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: geographical location, friendly staff, comfortable rooms, hearty and delicious breakfast.
- Auberge la Tanière: Located 8km from Tadoussac, on the shores of Lac Boulanger. Warm and comfortable double room starting from €150 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: the superb view, tranquility, location, excellent reception.
- Hotel Tadoussac: The hotel overlooks Tadoussac bay and the Saguenay fjord. Double room starting from €160 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: watch whales while you have breakfast, the splendid setting, location, outdoor pool.
7) Charlevoix (2 days)
Between Tadoussac and Quebec City lies the gorgeous Charlevoix region. I suggest you relax and make a 2-day stop there. From Tadoussac, it’ll take you roughly 2 hours and 15 minutes to reach Charlevoix.
Route 138, from Tadoussac to Quebec City, cruising through Charlevoix, is a breathtaking road trip that will keep you hooked all the way! Once you reach La Malbaie, I highly recommend ditching Route 138 and embarking on an exciting detour by taking Route 362 to Baie St-Paul. This scenic route is a gem and is ranked among the top 10 most beautiful drives in Canada.
Highlights of your stay in Charlevoix:
- Take a walk in the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie park. Thanks to the Malbaie River and the surrounding mountains, the landscape is simply stunning.
- You can also take a river cruise.
- Visit the very picturesque town of Baie-St-Paul with its numerous art galleries.
- Drive around Isle-aux-Coudres, a tiny, rural, and very peaceful island.
- Go back bear spotting with an expert guide.
Where to stay in Charlevoix
- Motel des Cascades: Located in Baie-Saint-Paul. Double room from 80€. Strong points: friendly staff, outdoor facilities, cleanliness.
- Hôtel au petit berger: Located in La Malbaie, facing the St. Lawrence River. Bright, spacious double room from €85 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: tranquil setting, comfortable beds, friendly staff, good breakfast. My favorite for its value for money!
- La Pignoronde: Located in Baie-Saint-Paul. Superbly decorated, fully-equipped apartment with balcony or terrace from 170€. Strong points: indoor pool, superb view, size of accommodations.
- Hôtel & Spa Le Germain Charlevoix: Located in Baie-Saint-Paul. Cosy, modern double rooms from 190€. Strong points: pool, quality of meals, location.
- Hôtel Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu: This 5* hotel is located in La Malbaie. Spacious, comfortable, warm double rooms from 210€ per night, breakfast from 18€. Strong points: all the services of a luxury hotel, spa, heated pools, attentive staff, geographical location, hotel architecture. If you want to pamper yourself during your stay in Charlevoix, this hotel is the best choice!
8) Quebec City (2 days)
When you’re in Quebec for a two-week adventure, a visit to Quebec City itself is an absolute must! Absolutely, let’s dive right in!
From Charlevoix, it’s barely an hour to Quebec City.
In just 48 hours, we’ll unlock the magic of Quebec City’s must-see sites. Just follow this guide!
Upon arrival, kick off your exploration with a stroll along the Terrasse Dufferin. Once you’re there, be sure to take in the breathtaking sight of Quebec City’s iconic landmark: Château Frontenac, one of the world’s most photographed hotels! Join in and capture the magic!
Experience the charm from within by booking a night there, or opt for a guided tour for a more economical adventure:
The walk also offers a stunning viewpoint of the St. Lawrence River and the Island of Orleans.
Next, make a stop at the Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec, a “National Historic Sites of Canada” renowned for its remarkable architecture.
Then, hop on the funicular to get to the Petit-Champlain district, Quebec City’s most charming area with its quaint little shops and cobblestone streets. In the neighborhood, make sure to check out Place Royale and the amazing mural called “Fresque des Québécois“.
Wrap up your day with a magical sunset cruise to savor the breathtaking view of Quebec City from the river. Don’t miss this essential activity during your time in Quebec City—it’s truly unforgettable!
Curious about the two types of activities they offer? Just click on the links below to get all the details!
- An evening cruise with entertainment featuring a DJ to get the party started.
- A 5-course gourmet dinner cruise for a romantic evening.
In winter, these cruises are not available but you can replace them with a round-trip on the Quebec-Levis ferry which is equipped with an icebreaker to cross the frozen river.
On the next day, begin your adventure with a visit to the Quebec Citadel and the Plains of Abraham, conveniently located nearby. You can then visit the Parliament building and go up to the Observatoire de la Capitale lookout to admire Quebec City from above.
In the afternoon, we’ll head to the world-famous Montmorency Falls, which are even taller than Niagara Falls! The site is truly awe-inspiring, and you’ll be amazed by its beauty. Some visitors, myself included, even prefer it in winter, when a part of the falls freezes, creating a magical and unique scene!
To get to the top of the falls, I suggest booking your cable car ticket in advance, which will help you avoid the queue:
If you’re eager to explore more of Quebec City beyond this itinerary, don’t miss my dedicated article: Visit Quebec City – Top 10 Things to do !
Where to stay in Quebec City
- Quebec City International Hostel: This hostel is located in Old Quebec. Dormitory beds from €27. Strong points: the location, the cleanliness. The best choice for budget accommodation in Quebec City!
- Hotel Manoir Vieux-Quebec: Situated right next to the Château Frontenac. Modern and comfortable double room starting at 130€ per night. Strong points: the location, the view from the terrace, the comfy beds.
- Hotel Port-Royal: Located in Old Quebec. Double room equipped with a kitchenette starting from 170€. Strong points: the location for exploring Quebec City on foot, the friendly staff.
- Hotel Clarendon: Also located in Old Quebec, you’ll stay in a 19th-century building. Cosy double room from €170, breakfast for €22. Strong points: the very comfortable beds, the central location, the views from certain rooms.
- Le Capitole Hotel: Located in Old Quebec. Superb tastefully decorated room starting from €290 per night. Strong points: the warm staff, the great location, the quality of service, the rooftop pool, the excellent breakfast. Our recommendation for a high-end stay in Quebec City!
- Château Frontenac: Why not spend a night in the world’s most photographed hotel? A unique experience and the chance to enjoy all the services and comforts of a luxury hotel: spa, pool, gourmet restaurants. A great way to treat yourself in Quebec, after all, it’s not every day you get to sleep at Château Frontenac!
9) Back to Montreal (1 day)
Congratulations! You’ve nearly completed your incredible 2-week exploration of Quebec. Now, it’s time to start considering your return to Montreal.
The journey to Montreal from Quebec City takes approximately 3 hours, leaving you with a precious half day to continue exploring Montreal and discover the gems you might have missed during the first two days of your Quebec itinerary.
I suggest a visit to the Atwater Market. If you haven’t yet stocked up on maple syrup and local products to take home, this is the perfect place. Moreover, the market is conveniently located next to the Lachine Canal, offering you the perfect opportunity for a leisurely stroll. A delightful way to end your Quebec adventure on a relaxing note!
You could also spend your afternoon exploring Jean Drapeau Park, which offers fantastic views of Montreal from the opposite bank of the river. Another great way to soak in the beauty of the city from a different perspective.
Cap off your day with a visit to Montreal’s Chinatown. This is also a great opportunity to pick up a few souvenirs (they’ll be cheaper than anywhere else) and sample some of the fantastic restaurants in the district.
And if you’re eager to explore more points of interest in Montreal or discover the best places to eat in Montreal, I’ve got you covered! Check out my article: The top 33 things to see and do in Montreal!
If you need help to plan your 2-week itinerary in Quebec, don’t hesitate to ask me your questions in the comments section below.
Two-week road trip in Quebec: Renting a car
For an epic two-week road trip in Quebec, I suggest securing your rental car in advance through Rentalcars.com. This platform allows you to compare prices instantly, making it super convenient for saving money!
Additionally, cancellations are often free and you can get car rental insurance at a much more favorable rate compared to what rental companies offer.
Absolutely amazing! If you’re all set to begin your thrilling adventure, click here to compare prices and kickstart your journey right away! Let’s make your Quebec expedition truly unforgettable!
🚗 Rent a car
🗽 Book entrance tickets and guided visits
🏄 Book your sports activities
🚤 Book your rental boat
🌍 Take a travel insurance
🙎 Book a tour
🚅 Book your train tickets
✈️ Book your flight
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