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Inspiring guides for your holiday to Quebec City
Quebec City’s magnificent Old Town district with its cobblestone streets, charming bistros and sidewalk cafes is the main draw to this charming, historic and clearly Francophone metropolis.
From the top activities to the best of the city’s restaurants as well as for a fuller understanding of its vibrant food and drink scene we’ve a selection of great Montreal travel guide for you to explore.
Our favourite things to do while staying in Quebec City
The crown jewel of French Canada, Québec City is often hailed as North America's capital of Joie de Vivre. Founded as a fur-trading post by French explorer Samuel de Champlain in 1608, the 'cradle of New France' is the continent’s only walled city north of Mexico.
Exploring Quebec city's tourist neighbourhoods
Quebec City is home to a fantastic number of characterful neighbourhoods, each offering a unique experience; from the historic cobbled streets of Vieux-Quebec to the bohemian boutiques and markets of Saint-Jean.
Top 10 restaurants in Quebec City
To savour the ingenious innovation and strong tradition which intertwine in restaurant kitchens throughout the area, we recommend you make a reservation at one of these top 10 restaurants in Quebec City.
Indulge in Quebec City's food & drink scene
Quebec City is renowned for it's sumptuous dining scene, and with so much delectable cuisine to try in a vast choice of incredible venues, it can be hard to decide where to eat; we've selected some of our favourite and most authentic options for those travelling to the city for a short break.
Experience the autumn colours of eastern Canada
New England does not have the monopoly on glorious colourful displays of autumn foliage. Its near neighbours of Ontario and Quebec in Canada has tree-clad rolling countryside to rival that of Vermont and New Hampshire.