Things to do in Quebec City

Top Things to Do in Quebec City, Canada - Quebec City Attractions

Things to Do in Quebec City

Top Attractions in Quebec City

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  • Aussietrip77
    168 contributions
    Just beautiful, very european feel, lots of shops, eating places. Quebec is very easy to walk around as everything is close by. You can take a Boat Trip and look back at the city. Visit Fairmont Frontenac, walk along the boardwalk. We walked 10 miles that day
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • Aussietrip77
    168 contributions
    This is definitely worth visiting. Pretty park like setting. The waterfall is higher than Niagra. Easy parking
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • Renee O
    Windsor, Canada125 contributions
    Words cannot describe the beauty of old Quebec City and all it has to offer. This was a beautiful spot to sit and enjoy the view
    Written 19 June 2022
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  • Lorir P
    6 contributions
    Very beautiful old part of the city. Nice place to sit and people watch or have a refreshment. The buildings have information plaques. A good place to take pictures.
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • julie c
    Burnaby, Canada929 contributions
    Beautiful church, loved the synchronized app that gave more information as you went from spot to spot. Loved the windows , prayer spots, and history of this historic church
    Written 21 June 2022
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  • World Hopper
    Toronto, Canada268 contributions
    The lower town has some restaurants and quite a few galleries. It "connects" with Petit Champlain to some extent so it could be part of the visit to the area. It was winter and not many things going on outdoors. The buildings are of course interesting for their age.
    Written 25 November 2021
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  • PandPBlackpool
    Hindley, UK292 contributions
    The ferry only takes about 12 minutes and is comfortable with great views. The problem was that there was nothing to see when you got to the other side. We walked up an extremely steep hill to walk down a main street and back down to the ferry terminal and that was it. About 45 minutes total on Levis.
    Written 8 June 2022
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  • Chaitanya
    Cambridge, Canada988 contributions
    Walked and strolled here after brunch - great place to get a walk/exercise in.
    The area has historic significance and they try to keep events in the courtyard/gardens which are always interesting.
    Martello towers are located as part of the plains.
    There are great spots to have picnics and there is always a great view of the river.
    Written 13 June 2022
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  • Lorir P
    6 contributions
    There are 2 one hour tours, one of the citadel and another of the governor general’s quarters. We chose the first and found the guide to be very informative. Worth the price of the tickets
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • julie c
    Burnaby, Canada929 contributions
    We arrived late and were only able to see one section of the museum. Loved this section of the museum. The history of Quebec up to current day
    Written 21 June 2022
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  • Jock V
    Scottsdale, AZ5 contributions
    Detailed tour by tour guide that was local. He knew the subject well. We visited historic sites and it was an easy walk.
    Written 18 June 2022
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  • person
    Chicago, IL4 contributions
    This is a free tour that is a must see when in Quebec City. We learned so much about the history of Quebec and the Canadian government. Be sure to reserve tickets in advance and request an English speaking tour if you don’t know French. It was one of the highlights of our trip.
    Written 1 June 2022
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  • Accessible Travel Guy
    Yukon, Canada912 contributions
    The Funiculaire is a great alternative than going up and down a ton of stairs due to the massive incline. Keep in mind when we went in March the elevator was not working, so I did have to manage some stairs to even get to the Funiculaire. There are stairs to manage getting in and out of the entry point.

    It's also worth noting that the Funiculaire was closed for an hour and half over lunch which we weren't expecting, so you may want to factor this in if you have other stuff planned. It was freezing when we went, but we managed to find a small pub beside the Funiculaire which was open to have a drink and pizza while we waited to get back up the hill.

    When you're on the Funoculaire the view is incredible!

    As we went during March, there were no line ups. I suspect there would be huge lines in the summer so prepare for that.

    It's $4.00 Canadian for a one way ride and there's souvenir shops on either end with diverse range of items you can buy.
    Written 2 April 2022
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  • Paul Anthony C
    Pointe Claire, Canada27 contributions
    Great exhibits of Quebec artists. One of the pavilions is in a former prison, a very interesting location.
    Written 23 March 2022
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  • CultureExplorerx2
    Bloomington-Normal, IL69 contributions
    We weren't planning on checking this out, but after walking past the Fairmont hotel we thought we'd try to make our way to the Citadel from the water side. There are many stairs, so plan to have a little workout. There are walkways along the way to break it up and enjoy the view. We felt very safe walking along it and up to the Citadel.
    Written 17 June 2022
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