What to do in Québec

  • The Quebec Summer Festival

    The Quebec Summer Festival is the largest outdoor music event in Canada. For 11 days in July, more than 1,000 artists and 300 musical performances and street art are offered on a dozen indoor and outdoor stages in the city of Quebec.

  • Les Fêtes de la Nouvelle-France

    From 6 to 10 August 2014, the Fêtes de la Nouvelle-France invite you to travel back in time to the 17th and 18th centuries, under the French regime. For five days, more than 700 artists enliven the authentic setting of Old Quebec.

  • The Quebec Winter Carnival

    The Quebec Winter Carnival is the largest winter carnival in the world and the third-place ranking of the largest carnivals, closely following the famous carnivals in Rio and New Orleans.

  • The Parliament Building

    The Parliament Building is an imposing structure made of four wings that form a square. Its architecture, almost unique in North America, is based on the Second Empire style.

  • Our Lady of Quebec Basilica-Cathedral

    Our Lady of Quebec Basilica-Cathedral is the first cathedral built in North America, making Notre-Dame de Québec the first Catholic parish in the north of the Spanish colonies.

  • The Fortifications of Quebec

    No need to go to China to work on a wall! In Quebec City, the only fortified city north of Mexico City, you have the chance to travel on its walls and imposing gates close to 4.6 kilometers.

  • Les plaines d’Abraham

    En 1908, La Commission des champs de bataille nationaux crée le parc des Champs-de-Bataille pour célébrer le tricentenaire Québec.

  • Place d'Youville

    in a lively atmosphere, you can enjoy the sport all free. With its refrigeration system, it is possible to enjoy this unique site in the month of October.

  • Quartier Petit-Champlain

    Over the period buildings and cobbled stone streets, Royal Place will take you back in time. Quartier Petit Champlain with its boutiques, art galleries and restaurants will seduce you. The magic is housed there and Christmas!

  • The MNBAQ

    The MNBAQ is located in the heart of the Plains of Abraham. The museum complex consists of three pavilions and will expand in 2015 with the addition of a new building with a unique design that will be opening the Grande Allée.

  • Québec-Lévis ferry

    Visitors to the National Capital, as pedestrians, cyclists and motorists start their program of activities the Québec-Lévis ferry.

  • Parc du Bois de-de-Coulonge

    With its unique location, its heritage and its amenities, the Parc du Bois-de-Coulonge is one of the most beautiful gardens in Quebec.

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