10 must do in Quebec City!

Tours Voir Québec

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The classic walking tour of Old Quebec, which we offer in group depatures or private (for your information), is probably the most popular activity of our visitors. Upon arrival, enjoy a guide to discover and enjoy the history of the old capital in a personalized way. Feel free to ask your questions to our experienced guides, they are also a mine of information on the various restaurants and activities in town. In addition, during your stay, take the time to walk on the forticfication walls; being the only fortified city North of Mexico, this is a unique and unusual walk!

Les Tours du Vieux-Québec

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In order to allow you to visit the city quickly, we invite you to take a ride aboard the red double-decker bus of the Tours du Vieux-Québec. The hop-on, hop-off bus offers more than a dozen stops in the city giving general historical details to its passengers in 10 different languages! Thisis  an effective way to cover a wider distance, visitng more than just the particularly touristy areas. The bus is in operation during the summer only, in winter other options are available; visit their website!

Immersion Québec

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Cette expérience est offerte en Français, Anglais, espagnol et Mandarin!

Immersion Québec is an immersive experience in three phases, where you will dive right into the history of Québec City. Through interactive installations, games on a giant screen and virtual reality, participants will discover the historical events that made Québec such a unique city in North America. An unforgettable experience combining history, culture and entertainment. Whether you are by yourself, with your family or your friends, if you try it, you’ll like it! 

The experience is available in French, English, Spanish and Chinese

Les Plaines d'Abraham et son musée

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The Battlefields Park, one of Canada’s most important historical parks; one of the most prestigious city parks. Take a stroll on the scene of one of the most important battles in Canadian history! A visit to the Plains of Abraham Museums will allow you to learn in depth the chronology of this milestone event. Today, also used for a gatherings by visitors and locals, the Battlefields Park hosts music festivals, sports events and major events throughout the year!

Quartier Petit Champlain

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Very popular area, located in the lower city, the Petit Champlain district is a place combining authenticity and history with charm. When you visit Quebec, it is imperative to make a stop! Recognized as one of the most beautiful sites of Old Quebec by its magical atmosphere, visit the Place Royale or the Fresque des Québécois and let yourself be tempted by its many shops and restaurants. Whether you are looking for souvenirs, to offer or to cherish, a stroll in the Petit Champlain will enchant you, in summer AND winter!

Musée de la civilisation

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Renowned museum in the Old Port of Quebec, the Museum of Civilization has the function to : « make known the history and the various cultural elements of our civilization, particularly the social and material aspects of the cultures of the occupants of the territory of Québec and the cultures that have contributed to the enrichment of those cultures ». It is therefore the ideal place to immerse yourself in the heart of the customs and culture of Quebec, while enjoying the masterful architecture of the establishment. With its roof terrace and multiple views inside and out, a photo stop is in order!

Parc de la Chute Montmorency

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For a breathtaking view of Quebec City and the surrounding area, there is no better place than the historic site of the Montmorency Falls. Whether it's a zip line crossing, a cable car ride or even a simple passage on the bridge followed by a descent of the stairs, the waterfall will surprise you from all angles with its 83 meters high! Also take the time to eat at Manoir Montmorency, to go to the belvedere of the Baroness or even the orchard, during your visit.

Croisières AML

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To connect with Quebec and its surroundings, you have to go through Croisières AML! A family business established in Quebec since 1972, it is the largest cruise line company in Canada! A product perfected by the company is whale watching; be charmed by an encounteer with them at the port of Baie-Ste-Catherine, Tadoussac, or Rivière-du-Loup for a boat or zodiac excursion. Through dinner cruises, brunch on the river and guided excursions, it allows visitors to learn more about the importance of our river and know its riches, in depth!

L’Aquarium du Québec

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For a day of wonders and smiles, visit the Aquarium of Quebec, where you will have the chance to meet some 10,000 sea animals! For unique shows, visit polar bears, walruses or seals ... Pleasure guaranteed! In the summer, enjoy the complete site with a picnic in the sun or stroll through the Arbre en Arbre! In winter, stroll through the outdoor trails to admire the fabulous St. Lawrence River. In addition, for winter evenings, an illuminated walk of half a million LEDs will enchant you: Festilumières (from December to March).

La Citadelle de Québec

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The Citadelle de Québec offers a direct look at the military history of the capital. With its museum at the entrance of the Citadel, offering self-guided (and guided) tours, you will quickly feel like you’re at the heart of the action! Learn about the city's military heritage and architecture. In addition, discover the role of members of the 22nd Regiment, from yesterday to today. You will also be able to live "the military traditions in the fortress. Visitors are witnesses of these traditions during the changing of the guard or the daily cannon fire, which announces noon.

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