Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Quebec is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
It's difficult to believe when you enter this vibrant and spirited province that it was once a bastion of Catholic conservatism. The only Canadian province with a predominantly French-speaking population, those ancient Catholic and Old European roots have been transmogrified into a rich and vibrant modern culture, as forward-thinking as it is welcoming.
For holidaymakers, Québec offers just about all you could wish for: thriving and beautiful metropolises such as Montréal and Québec City, fabulous peaks littered with ski resorts in the Laurentians, rural vistas with lush, rolling hills, stunning and dramatic coastlines along the unspoiled Gaspé Peninsula and magnificent cliffs soaring above the mighty Saguenay River.
In short, there's much see and experience. If you're coming to Québec, the best way of getting to its multiple attractions and sites of natural beauty is to arrange a hire car and arrive at your chosen destinations when you want. And, of course, enjoy the breathtaking landscapes and splendid Victorian facades as you go; driving through Quebec is a delight, not a chore.
Step back in time to old rural Québec with a visit to the Eastern Townships, with their bucolic rolling hills and stunning blue lakes of gin-clear water. With your hire car, you can move forward in time to take in the thriving cities of Montréal and Quebec City, the only walled city on north of Mexico and sitting imposingly atop a cliff. It might in parts look like Old World Europe, with its narrow cobbled streets running alongside grandiloquent 17th and 18th century houses, but make no mistake about it; Québec City and its people are very 21st century in their outlook, economy and facilities.
If dramatic landscapes are your bag, don't miss the jaw-dropping Saguenay River, which fully lives up to its rather more elegant French title, the Rivière Saguenay fjord, a colossal canyon formed during the Ice Age with water reaching depths of 270m. Many consider this Quebec's most beautiful natural attraction and when you arrive, you'll instantly see why.