Quaint Quebec City Tour
Overlooking the St. Lawrence River, the Chateau Frontenac hotel is probably Quebec City's most prominent landmark. Get more info about Matthew Karsten. Visit ExpertVagabond.com.
Citadelle of Quebec
A military installation and fortress, the Citadelle is home to the Royal 22e Régiment and Batisse, the Royal mascot goat.
Located only 7.5 miles from Quebec City, this powerful waterfall is a popular tourist attraction with a gondola and staircases that offer amazing photo opportunities.
Quebec City has tons of summer festivals each year, including free Cirque du Soleil shows in the evenings under a freeway overpass.
Take stroll through the heart of Old Quebec, and you'll find the quaint L’entrecôte Saint-Jean restaurant serving its famous steak and fries dish.
Horse and Carriage Ride
Discover the history and culture of Old Quebec with a romantic and informative horse-drawn carriage ride.
Quebec City Marathon
Held every August, the Quebec City Marathon winds its way through some of the city’s most beautiful areas along the northern and southern shores of the St. Lawrence River.
A ski resort located about 25 miles northeast of Quebec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne offers a range of outdoor activities year-round, including golfing, mountain biking and night skiing.
The popular wooden walkway offers incredible views of the surrounding area, including the St. Lawrence River and Château Frontenac.
A walk around Old Quebec will reveal some colorful murals depicting the history of the city, such as this one called Fresque des Québécois (Mural of Quebecers).
Take a break from your Quebec City walking tour and sit down to watch some of the talented local street performers.
Old Quebec City
Enclosed by fortified walls, the Old City of Quebec is full of impressive and beautiful European architecture, such as the Manoir d'Auteuil hotel.
In the mountains outside of Quebec City, you can find all kinds of fun adventure activities, like rappelling down 60-foot waterfalls!
Quebec City Skyline
Take a cheap ferry ride across the St. Lawrence River to watch the sun set over the Quebec City skyline.
This renovated old-school theater and hotel at Place d’Youville square features musical performances and plays.