You must be at least 19 years old and show acceptable identification such as a birth certificate, passport, Canadian citizenship card or driver's license. Divorce and death decrees are also required if applicable. For more information, check with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist.
Passports are required for entry into Canada. If you are a citizen of the US, visit travel.state.gov for more information on travel documents needed.
The official languages of Canadaare French and English, although French is considered the predominant first language of Quebec.
The official currency is the Canadian dollar.
Climate & Beaches
You can expect plenty of snow throughout Quebec, so dress warmly. In spring and summer, a light sweater or coat sometimes comes in handy on cool evenings. Québec is a walking city, so comfortable shoes (and layers) are a must.
Though not particularly known for their beaches, there are a few if you’re looking to visit in the summer. Located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Iles-de-la-Madeleine is a great spot for kite surfing and windsurfing with white sand beaches.
Activities & Attractions
On December 21st of every year, Quebec hosts a City Lights Festival to celebrate the winter solstice. Held in the heart of old Quebec, the festival is a great way to see the city lit up and to do some holiday shopping. As a walking city, a great way to experience Quebec is on a foot tour, taking in the fortified walls and many gardens of the city.
Quebec has plenty to offer visitors in terms of nightlife. Whether you want to go bar hopping, clubbing, hear some live music or take in a quiet night in a restaurant or on a boat river cruise, there are plenty of options to enjoy.