Québec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. Throughout the centuries, it preserved its European look, which is unique on the continent. You can walk on the top of these walls and doors and read the interpretation panels, which will help you understand this defensive system.
The Château Frontenac, which dominates Québec City from the top of Cap Diamant. Inaugurated in 1893, this majestic hotel will undoubtedly charm you. At its feet, the Dufferin Terrace offers an exceptional view on the South Shore and the city of Lévis. At the western end of the terrace, you will find the Promenade des Gouverneurs, which runs along the Citadelle and leads to the Battlefields Park. Opposite Château Frontenac and rue St-Louis is the Place d'Armes, which used to be the place where took place military parades centuries ago. From there, you can walk to du Trésor Street where several artists present their works for the joy of passers-by in summer. Down on Donnacona Street, the Musée des Ursulines, built in 1836, presents the permanent exhibition “Les Ursulines en Nouvelle-France : Mission et Passion”. On the premises, you can visit the Ursulines monastery and chapel.
Whether your are travelling for work or for fun, you won’t have any problem to find a hotel, motel or inn that will fit your needs.
Enjoy a warm and intimate choosing from one of the many lodges and bed &breakfasts available.