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Quebec City Holidays

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Quebec City Holidays

Quebec City is as fascinating as it is beautiful, and it’s not just us who think so. As an official UNESCO World Heritage Site, Quebec City is wonderfully picturesque and bursting at the seams with culture. With a distinctly European feel, Quebec City is easy to fall in love with, and also happens to be the only walled city north of Mexico. 

Quebec City is the home of French Canadian culture in North America, and you can feel the 400 years of history in the air around you as you explore the cobblestone streets, architecture and countless museums. The historic districts will take you on a journey through time, and the fact that they are all within walking distance from one another is simply a bonus. Although the official language of Quebec is French, you will find plenty of people speaking English in this quaint city. The people are known for being warm, welcoming and always willing to lend a helping hand to visitors.

Aside from culture, Quebec City is home to some of Canada’s most magnificent scenery. Terrase Dufferin, located near the world-famous luxury Chateau Frontenac, is a walkway along the edge of a steep cliff, which offers spectacular views of the St. Lawrence river winding below. Just minutes away from the city centre, you have the opportunity to walk across a suspension bridge over a tumbling 270-foot waterfall.

Both cosmopolitan and diverse, Quebec City can offer a variety of engaging and entertaining activities for all ages. The city is home to first-class dining, upmarket boutiques and world-class entertainment. Whether you are dreaming of an outdoor adventure or exploring the big city lights, a stay in Quebec can provide everything you are looking for and more.

We can tailor-make your perfect holiday to your exact requirements. Plus, with our low deposits and holiday payment plans, there has never been a better time to jet off to Quebec City.

5 Places To Visit

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac - This beautiful historic hotel situated in Old Quebec boasts views of the St Lawrence river and has a fantastic restaurant.
Walk around Old Quebec - Old Quebec is a historic neighbourhood of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada the area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Visit Montmorency Falls - This towering waterfall offers scenic views and trails as well as a suspension bridge and a tram.
Go to the Citadelle of Quebec - The Citadelle of Quebec, also known as La Citadelle, is an active military installation and the secondary official residence of both the Canadian monarch and the Governor General of Canada.
Stroll through Petit Champlain - Petit Champlain is a neighbourhood in Quebec City, Canada. It is located in the district of Vieux-Québec–Cap-Blanc–colline Parlementaire in the borough of La Cité-Limoilou, near Place Royale.



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Quebec City Highlights

A Rendezvous with History

This is your chance to visit history first hand. The Latin Quarter, Plains of Abraham, Ramparts, world famous Château Frontenac, National Assembly, Basilica, City Hall, Place-Royale, Citadelle and a glimpse of modern Quebec City are the perfect introduction to the city

Food Walking Tour of Quebec City

Throughout the years, the food of Quebec has been influenced by Amerindian, British and French cuisines. The Food Tours offer the opportunity to discover these different culinary and cultural traditions. During these walking tours, you will taste the typical and local specialties from a variety of shops such as grocers, a chocolate factory, a microbrewery, restaurants and bakeries. What’s on the menu? Local wine, chocolate, cheeses, pastries, crepes, maple products and savory tidbits from renowned restaurants.

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When to Visit
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  • Currency Canadian Dollar ($)
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  • Language English
  • Brits must have a full 10-year British Passport that's valid for six months after you return to the UK.