Whether you’re into exploring nature or visiting vibrant metropolitan areas, the Canadian province of Quebec has your back. You can snowshoe through Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier, or you can probe Montreal’s world-class culinary scene. Just like you should taste some locally made maple syrup (Quebec is the biggest maple syrup producer in Canada, and Canada leads the world in maple syrup production) and make some time for ice fishing, you should dabble in Quebec’s festival scene. The heavily French-speaking province is home to a wide array of festivals, such as the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, which has featured internationally renowned artists such as Ray Charles and Prince, and Just for Laughs Montréal, which attracts renowned comedians. Carnaval de Québec in Québec City, one of the world’s biggest winter carnivals, is a feast for every sense. And those are just a few of the fantastic festivals.