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Why We Love It
Quebec City, the capital of Quebec, is best known for its European influence and charm. As a predominately French-speaking city, it offers romance while still holding onto its colonial history. Built along the St. Lawrence River, the city is home to cobblestone streets, sidewalk cafes, notable architecture and an abundance of staircases.
Free (or Almost Free) Stuff To Do
|The Battlefields Park|
At the heart of the city and most known for The Plains of Abraham, this green space is home to gardens, trails, pathways, monuments and entertainment. Activities: bike, playground, walk/run.
|Quartier du Petit Champlain|
A quaint and romantic village with cobblestone streets, restaurants, shops, and galleries.
A district that was once fortified by the British and French armies, is now lined with boutique shops, restaurants, pubs, and historical points of interest.
|Montmorency Falls Park|
A park home to towering waterfalls (think almost 100-ft or 30-m taller than Niagra Falls) with scenic views from trails, the suspension bridge, and tram. Activities: bike, hike, picnic, playground, walk/run.
|High - 51°F (11°C)||Low - 35°F (2°C)|
Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB)
VIA Quebec City Station