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Highway 132

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Highway 132

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Filled with narrow lanes and pedestrian-only streets, the historic center of Quebec City is best explored on foot. This guided walking tour ensures you won’t miss the details that make the city so fascinating. Take advantage of Quebec City’s layout by following a downhill route from beginning to end, as a guide shares stories from the fortified city that’s the beating heart of French Canada.
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Lisa O wrote a review Sep 2019
Ontario, Canada65 contributions12 helpful votes
A gem in Canada. Drive this and pause at the beauty of our country. We will be back to drive this again.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Beachbum Jon wrote a review Aug 2019
346 contributions158 helpful votes
Traveled this highway from Quebec to Montréal on motorcycle and loved it! Needless to say I was tired of the boring interstate style roads that were nothing but asphalt and pine trees. This route offers welcomed views of farmland, river views and small towns. There were some interesting looking places to eat although I did not check any out. Some of the churches in the small towns were beautiful! I was also amazed at how nice many of the homes were along this route. If in a motorcycle, be ready to wave to a lot of other bikes as you pass them. This is definitely a journey worth taking!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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O4764XNmaryg wrote a review Aug 2018
Ottawa, Canada28 contributions4 helpful votes
We entered 132 at Matane and are following it east around the Gaspe. The little villages along the way are colourful and quaint. Particularly picturesque were Ste Anne des Monts and Mont St Pierre.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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L0ve2TravelCanada wrote a review Aug 2018
Toronto, Canada432 contributions110 helpful votes
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After leaving Quebec city and driving through the Fjord Route and then the Whale route, we took a ferry (a very nice one) from Godbout to Matane. We started at Matane and concluded in Montreal and stopped at many places throughout our trip. There are a number of well known attractions and towns but driving on this road without having a specific destination/plan on mind brought us the greatest enjoyment. For most of it, we would drive and stop wherever and whenever we wanted would and book a hotel just an hour or so before we would actually show up at the hotel. We stayed at Gaspé, Percé, Rimouski and Montreal (Quebec City and Baie-Comeau before getting on Route 132). Every kilometer of the road is incredibly beautiful. The road goes through different elevation and change of scenery. Be prepared to be the only drivers on the road for kilometers to come! It took us five days from when we left Quebec City until we were in Montreal. It was enough time and not enough time. The more time you can dedicate to traversing this route, the better; but sometimes you have to make compromises.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Dale H wrote a review Aug 2017
Osoyoos, Canada442 contributions122 helpful votes
This drive is beautiful and full of everything you may want to see that is not shopping malls or crowded city streets. Quaint villages, farms, domestic animals and wildlife, plenty of access to the waters edge all along the St Lawrence. Many little shops, microbreweries, craft shops, campgrounds. Fresh berries, in season, wines, cheeses, vegetables. All can be found. Restaurants from fast food to fine dining. And all along great scenery. We happened to see several tall ships under full sail on our first visit and that added to the romance of the tour. Hiking, bicycling, motorcycling or by car all would make this drive enjoyable.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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