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For travelers to south west Canada the cheap flights to Joliette are perfect as a base for exploring the region. Located on L’Assomption River and just 50 miles from Montreal there is a lot to see and do in this area.
The Museum of Art in Joliette is a major reason for visiting this city. It is renowned for its collection of paper art, sculptures, paintings and also a large display of French art from medieval times. Joliette also has a lot of art galleries and craft workshops in town making it very pleasant to explore. Throughout the year there are many artistic and cultural events in town which are popular with visitors. The Joliette Blues Festival is a well -known event which attracts crowds and artists from all over North America and beyond. Flighthub has the best deals to Joliette and is worth checking out for a weekend visit to hear the Blues.
There are lots of outdoor activities in Joliette as well. These include cycling and walking trails around town in the parks. Fishing is popular as is canoeing. In winter skating on the river is very popular as is snowmobiling and cross country skiing. There is dog sledding too and some great ice hockey. Cheap flights to Joliette are ideal for getting to the heart of the outdoor activities here.
Montreal is within easy reach of Joliette and makes an interesting day out. The old port and historic town area is beautiful and popular with visitors. There is excellent shopping here too with many good malls and department stores. In Joliette there are also great shops and one special event is the Christmas Market. Joliette has some great restaurants in town. Several specialist in French Canadian cuisine as well as North American favorites and international specialties. Local farms are the main source for ingredients and so much of the food is really fresh and tasty. Joliette is a beautiful place to explore and the perfect base for seeing other areas of Quebec.