Quebec Travel Guide


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    Quebec is a region in the eastern part of Canada. Quebec’s culture is melting pot of French, Amerindian and British cultures. The region simply exudes European charm, boasts of breathtaking landscapes, and transforms into a magical place during wintertime. Visitors do not have to go far for a long ...

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Hotels in Quebec (108 Hotels) See All Quebec Hotels

  • Auberge Aux deux Lions

    Found in Quebec, Auberge Aux deux Lions is comfortably located close to Theatre Periscope, Les Gros Becs and Ketto. Additional visited points of interest close-by include...

  • Hôtel Le Germain Québec

    Found within Quebec, Hôtel Le Germain Québec is conveniently positioned close to Croisieres AML, Parc de l'Unesco and Librairie du Nouveau Monde. Other prominent points o...

  • Hotel Du Vieux Quebec

    Spotted in Quebec, Hotel Du Vieux Quebec is conveniently located alongside Hotel-Dieu Augustines Museum, Flavour Route (Route des Saveurs) and Pub Saint Patrick. Various ...

  • Auberge Place d'Armes

    With Rue du Tresor, Manoir St Basile and Tours Voir Quebec comfortably placed in the vicinity of the three and half star hotel, Auberge Place d'Armes; this hotel is wonde...

Things To Do in Quebec See All Things To Do in Quebec

  • Upper Town
    Attractions, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Place Royale, Quebec City

    Place Royale, Quebec...

    27 rue Notre-Dame

    Local Stores and Services, Attractions, Services, Historical Sites, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Quartier Du Petit Champlain

    Quartier Du Petit Ch...

    Rue de Petit Champla...

    Attractions, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Lower Town
    Attractions, Activities, Landmarks and Points Of Interest, Outdoors

About Quebec

Quebec is a region in the eastern part of Canada. Quebec’s culture is melting pot of French, Amerindian and British cultures. The region simply exudes European charm, boasts of breathtaking landscapes, and transforms into a magical place during wintertime. Visitors do not have to go far for a long weekend vacation because Quebec is filled with exciting activities, events and attractions. The region is brimming with attractions, the weekend would not be enough to see all of them. However, the following are must-see attractions.

Quebec as Winter Wonderland

Quebec is worth visiting in winter because of the world famous Ice Hotel (Hotel de Glace). One must definitely spend the night in the hotel. Try the hotel’s Ice Bar and order a cocktail drink from a glass made of ice. The Winter Carnival has also plenty of events in store like snow sculpture contests, ice canoe race, snow baths and night parades.

Old Quebec

Old Quebec spells out classic European charm. The area is known to be a UNESCO world heritage site. One of the most popular spots is the frequently photographed Chateau Frontenac. Another frequently visited spot is the Rue du Tresor. The open art gallery features various artists’ works as well as a host of street entertainers. If one climbs atop Cape Diamond, from the Dufferin Terrace, one can have a breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence River.

Fortified Walls of Quebec

The walled city of Quebec is worth exploring with its lovely cityscapes. Inside, visitors can find the Artillery Park, loopholes, cannons, a Citadel in a shape of a star and of course, the fortress.

Petit Champlain District

Petit Champlain is the oldest neighborhood in North America. In the area, visitors can find the Place Royale and Musee de la Civilisation. There are also plenty of boutiques, restaurants and art galleries in the district. The area transforms into a delightful place during the Christmas season.

Saint Anne De Beaupre Shrine

The shrine is considered the oldest pilgrimage site in the whole of North America. There were reported miracles that happened within its 350 years of existence. The neo-Roman style church has a nave worth seeing. The stained glass is also spectacular as well as the pieces of art inside.

Parliament Hill

The Parliament Building is considered a brilliant architecture by many. Also receiving equal praises is the 43-jet Fontaine de Tourny. The additional water themed sculptures and the captivating lighting make it extra magical when viewed at night. Also within the area is the Observatoire de la Capitale, a perfect place for those who want to see an unobscured view of Quebec.

Montmorency Falls Park

Niagara Falls is not the only falls in Canada. Montmorency falls is in fact higher than Niagara. The former is best viewed from Parc de la Chute Montmorency. Visitors can have a closer view from the top through a gondola ride or trail.

Parc National de la Jacques Cartier

The serene water of the Riviere Jacque Cartier flowing between deep valleys is a picturesque sight worth capturing. The river can be found in the green crescent region of Quebec. Visitors can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, fishing, hiking and camping in the area.

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