Maison Du Quebec

  • Address: 2 Rue des Champs Vauverts, 35400 Saint-Malo, France, St-malo
  • Phone: +33-299563432
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Tour, Family And Kids

Maison Du Quebec, St-malo was inaugurated as a symbol of Franco-Quebec friendship in the year 1984. It is a charming place that organizes different events and programs that let you experience the flavor of Quebec in France. Located amidst picturesque surroundings, this place also offers guided tours to the tourists. If you are looking for interesting things to do in Saint Malo, then do visit the Maison Du Quebec.

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  • Maison Du Quebec Address: 2 Rue des Champs Vauverts, 35400 Saint-Malo, France, St-malo
  • Maison Du Quebec Contact Number: +33-299563432
  • Maison Du Quebec Price: Free
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  • Wonderfull

  • Simple place with very pleasant people that give you all the information you need to know about Quebec, and organize many events during the vacation like live music or theater

  • Superb view from the terrace of the castle

  • A charming place goes baack to the 15th century, incerciles the city so you can walk and watch the sea from one side and the streets from the other with the pleasure of enjoying the delicious smells coming out of restaurants

  • Saint Malo is likely best known as the city in which Jacques Cartier set out from on his discovery of Canada. To this end he is somewhat celebrated locally. There does seem to be an appreciation of Quebec here. Most folks snapping pics of the Cartier statute were usually from Saskatoon or Hamilton...small world. The walled city is beautiful, even if it is a tourist trap. The outlying forts are worth hiking to at low tide. The beaches are rather good as well. Surounding country side is beautiful and I'd recommend a drive (or biking) east to Mont Saint-Michel. Take D155 and D797 for most picturesque results. Plenty of beautiful villages along the way. English isn't generally enough outside of town so brush up on your French.

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