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Holidays To Quebec City

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If you are looking for a cultured city break, Quebec City is the place. With a reputation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a walk through Quebec City’s takes you to bustling café’s and charming churches along the Portneuf. This Canadian city is the best place to experience Gallic chic. An all inclusive holiday to Quebec City from Travel Center includes the best hotels which are close to all the main sights from the oldest cathedral in North America the Notre-Dame Quebec Basilica-Cathedral to the beautiful floral blooms at Bois-de-Coulonge Park. The food traditions here are marked with French influences with multiple eateries across the city and you can sample the local dish of Poutine which is fries covered with gravy and cheese curds and enjoy gourmet cuisine at Panache Restaurant. Stylish souvenirs can be purchased from the antique shops which are housed in Victorian style buildings. The absolute best way to explore this French-speaking city is on foot where it’s cobbled streets and historical sights give off the aura of an outdoor museum. Book holidays to Quebec City through Travel Center and experience this fascinating continental destination in comfort and ease with cheap flights, easy bookings and budget accommodation.


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Time Zone

UTC-5:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Air Canada, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Delta, United Airlines



Best Time to Travel

June to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car, Ferry

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.05 CAD

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Old Quebec

If you visit here you will come to realize why it was designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Treasure. It is where you will find the world’s most photographed hotel, the Chateau Frontenac along with other buildings with centuries old architecture and a number of historic sites. The European charm here is further heightened by the friendly locals and atmosphere. Take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, and be entertained by street performers and singers at the open-air art gallery, the Rue du Tresor.

Quartier Petit Champlain and Place Royale

Take a trip into the past at the Place Royale where in 1608 Samuel de Champlain built his first home. The oldest neighborhood in North America, the Quartier Petit Champlain nearby is a great place to do your shopping. The area is adorned with period buildings on cobblestone streets, boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.

Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Shrine

Believed to be a place of miracles for 350 years this shrine stands as North America’s oldest pilgrimage site and attracts about 1 million visitors every year. It has been designed according to the Neo-Roman style and features a golden statue of Saint Anne, hundreds of stained glass windows and valuable artworks. The splendid countryside that surrounds it only adds to the beauty here.

Montmorency Falls Park

The Montmorency Falls is a natural phenomenon that stands 83 meters high and is 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls. The best place to view the Montmorency Falls is from the Parc de La Chute – Montmorency, here is where you can feel the full force of the falls. Gondola rides are available and you can even hike one of three Via Ferrata circuits or take a zip line across the cove of the falls. One of the most intriguing things about these falls takes place during the winter when the spray of water freezes at the foot of the falls and forms a ‘sugar loaf’.


The Wendake is an ancestral site that gives you a look into the aboriginal culture. Set out on a history tour to the 17th century and explore the interesting and fascinating world of the Huron-Wendat First Nation. Some of the attractions and entertainment here includes the dance show that takes you right into the imagination of these unique people. Craft stores such as the Musee Huron Wendat will help you to know more about their culture and tradition. Take a walk through scenic surroundings that leads to the Kabir Kouba Falls or enjoy traditional Huron cuisine for an amazing voyage of discovery.

Ile d’Orleans

Have you ever wondered what Quebec’s countryside may have looked like in the 19th century? You don’t have to wonder anymore, just pay a visit to Ile d’Orleans which is an island with a series of quaint villages where you will be able to see exactly this with historic farms, churches and heritage homes. As you make your way from one village to another you will find artisans and farm stalls along its streets. Enjoy freshly baked bread, wines, ice ciders and other delicacies along with the areas famous strawberries and apples.

Citadelle de Quebec

Definitely a top place to visit in Quebec City, this citadel will easily keep you busy exploring for a few hours. It has beautiful grounds, fortress cannons, heavy artillery guns and the Sicile building that houses artifacts such as guns and medals. Soldiers from the Royal 22nd Regiment also have a changing of the guard event that is great to watch.

Musuem of Civilization

This cultural attraction gives you an insight into the French settlements in Canada and how the city of Quebec came about. The artifacts on display here include totems, a fire brigade carriage replica, Michael Rivard’s guitar collection and an African drum from Senegal. Make sure this museum is on your list of must see places.

National Musuem of Fine Arts of Quebec

Located in Battlefields Park, this museum has three buildings that house various works of art one of which is the Charles – Baillairge building that has an impressive collection of Inuit art. Even if you are not that interested in the art, a walk through Battlefields Park will give you a glimpse of infantry weapons that have been put on display and the fort towers.

Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill is an extremely popular architectural treasure and is where Quebec’s National Assembly convenes. In 1855 the beautiful Fontaine de Tourney which is found here was awarded the gold medal at the Paris World Fair. Even today it still stands as beautiful as ever with 43 jets, water themed sculptures and nighttime lighting. Another attraction at Parliament Hill is the Observatoire de la Capitale, where at a height of 221 meters gives an amazing view of Quebec City.