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Quebec City

Quebec City is a town with an abundance of memorable sites and well-kept secrets. Whether you go back in time strolling along the streets of the Old Quebec, get a dose of culture at one of our museums, or enjoy a hearty meal out, Quebec City is one area of the country that never ceases to amaze! In our blog Our favourites, we make it our mission to help you discover the best places!


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Baguette & Chocolat

Enjoy your coffee in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Taste the sweet, salty and savoury flavours of a large selection of pastries and snacks!
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Carnaval de Québec

Today, the Carnaval de Québec is the biggest winter carnival in the world and is ranked third among the great carnivals, after those of Rio and New Orleans. Kids and grownups alike will enjoy themselves!
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Château Frontenac

Founded in 1893, the Château Frontenac was designated a national historic site by Canada in 1981. It dominates Cape Diamond and its location on the Dufferin Terrace offers a panoramic view of the St. Lawrence River.
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A friendly and lively bistro of Old Quebec offering modern French cuisine and an European wine list.
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Festival d’été de Québec

The Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ) is Canada’s most important outdoor musical event. Over a period of 11 days, in July, more than 1,000 artists and about 300 musical and street art shows are featured on at least ten outdoor and indoor stages in Quebec City.
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La Bûche

A convivial restaurant with a festive atmosphere to make you savour the traditional Quebecois cuisine with a contemporary twist.
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Le Graffiti

Located on Cartier Street in the heart of Québec city, Le Graffiti is well recognized for its authentic yet innovative approach to French and Italian cuisine. 15% on food
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Le Parmesan

An atmosphere like no other! 15% on food
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Le Saint-Amour

Combining tradition and innovation, this restaurant is one of the pioneers of the city’s gastronomy. Open since 1978, Le Saint-Amour is a must in this beautiful city.
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Mont Sainte-Anne

Located 30 minutes from Quebec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne offers activities for every season in a breathtaking décor. A large ski area spread over 3 hills: 71 runs, 19 of them floodlit at night as well as 4 snow parks. The cross-country ski centre offers 200 km of trails, including 191 km for skate skiing.
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Musée de la civilisation

The museum features temporary and permanent theme-based exhibits largely linked to human and social sciences.
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Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

Between the water and the cliffs, this is one of the province’s most spectacular sites. At a height of 83 metres, which is 30 metres taller than Niagara Falls, the imposing Montmorency Falls dominate the landscape.
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Place Royale

Located in the Lower Town in the historical district of Old Quebec; it is considered to be the oldest French settlement in America. It is in the middle of the Habitation-Samuel-De Champlain heritage site.
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With the Petit Champlain, the oldest shopping area in North America, the Quebec City region attracts visitors with its pedestrian streets, European flair, artisanal boutiques, and fine-quality grocery stores!