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Old Posted Jan 19, 2022, 2:46 PM
Don't Be That Guy Don't Be That Guy is offline
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Originally Posted by Acajack View Post
For Quebec as a whole, it's hard to pick.

Baie-St-Paul is a bit further afield in the Charlevoix region, northeast of Quebec City:

https://www.google.com/search?q=baie...ih=577&dpr=1.5

Technically speaking Mont-Tremblant is probably the prettiest small town in Quebec (and even a bit beyond) but it was built from scratch to look like this, so not sure that it counts:
There's a lot of the province that I haven't seen, but Baie-St-Paul is hands down the prettiest little town that I've visited in Quebec. The Charlevoix in general is probably one of the most underrated tourist destinations in eastern North America - such a beautiful area. Picks for other places include:

Deleware - Lewes
Pennsylvania - Lititz or Ligonier. I can't decide.
North Carolina - Highlands
Virginia - Culpepper
Tennessee - Jonesborough
Kentucky - Bardstown
Minnesota - Stillwater
Arizona - Cottonwood or Bisbee. The scenery in Sedona is stunning, but the town itself is extremely auto-centric and underwhelming IMO.
West Virginia - Shepherdstown
California - Almost too many to choose from. Carmel, Sonoma, Nevada City, Avalon, Healdsburg, St. Helena...
England - Just pick a spot in the Cotswolds

Last edited by Don't Be That Guy; Jan 19, 2022 at 6:45 PM.
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