|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$19.49|
|Pack of cigarettes||$9.93|
|Fitness club, monthly fee for 1 adult||$46.92|
|Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment||$144.92|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$1.53|
|Taxi 1hour Waiting||$30.25|
|Combo meal at McDonalds||$7.36|
|One-way ticket (local transport)||$2.76|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre||$978.16|
If you are thinking of a vacation in Canada then looking out for cheap flights to Trois Rivières, Quebec will reveal a few surprises. This is an underrated yet magnificent city with lots to see and do in beautiful surroundings. French in feel and culture it appeals to just about everyone.
The Marina in Trois Rivières is a really picturesque part of town on the Île St Quentin and where lots of the water sports are based. There is sailing here as well as canoeing for those who enjoy an active holiday. Some people take a hydroplane ride across the river areas, which is an excellent way of appreciating the beauty of this part of Quebec. Walking enthusiasts will find lots to keep them occupied too as there are many good hiking trails in the area. The Poetry Promenade is probably one of the most enjoyable and unusual.
Trois Rivières has relaxing areas too and there are a number of spas to chill out in. All around the town are some delightful art and craft galleries and so exploring the city is a delight. For a weekend away this is an ideal location and Flighthub has the best deals to Trois Rivières. This area of Quebec is renowned for its historical past and there are several good museums. The Forge du St Maurice is just one example where Canada’s first iron industry began. At the Trois Rivières Military Museum there are more interesting exhibits. As well as getting cheap flights to Trois Rivières there is also a museum card that makes visits to these attractions more affordable.
In Trois Rivières there are some great places to eat from small cafes to upmarket restaurants. One of the local specialties are the Sugaring Houses where an old tradition is demonstrated as part of a meal. There are culinary specialties from Quebec on the menus here as well as international favourites. Maple syrup is a specialty in Trois Rivières and the French influence on the menu is also renowned in this region.