Holidays to Quebec City

Holidays to Quebec City

Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage site, the only city in North America that's fortified, and a holiday destination for all seasons. In the autumn, the streets are decorated with a rainbow of oranges, reds and yellows as the trees enjoy the last of the warm weather. By summer, black bears can be seen on trips out of town and whales become regular visitors to the nearby mountainous coastline. As temperatures drop in the freezing winter, visitors can explore snowy trails in the forest or celebrate at the city's famous carnival. Whether you choose to stay in a traditional hotel that maintains a sense of Old Quebec charm, or a more contemporary resort, there are many accommodation options to consider on luxury Quebec City holidays. Expect exceptional facilities, central locations and welcoming staff who are ready to make your stay perfect.

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Quebec City Travel Information

Flights to Quebec each day from UK airports usually with one change.

  • Currency: Canadian Dollar
  • Time difference: (GMT-5)
  • Flight from UK: 12 hours 40 minutes
  • Visa: Yes, Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) required prior to travel
  • Language: English, French
  • National drink: Caribou
  • National dish: Poutine

    Cuisine of Quebec City is influenced by French cooking styles.
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    Quebec City Activities


    You can get a bird's eye view of the city from a hot-air balloon on a 60-minute Viator tour, choose a sunset flight for a sense of tranquillity or go at sunrise to watch the streets come alive. Alternatively, you could venture out to sea on a whale-watching cruise, departing from Baie-Sainte-Catherine on a large observation boat. You'll get an intimate perspective on these huge majestic ocean dwellers and a live commentary from your captain guarantees you won't miss a thing.

    Quebec City Food & Drink


    Quebec has a rich culinary heritage dating back to the first settlers and their penchant for rich foods. Since then, French cuisine has also affected how locals like to eat, adding a touch of international finesse. In your hotel you can rely on being presented with the most lavish dishes throughout your stay, Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac's restaurants include a wine and cheese bar, Bistro Le Sam for creative lunch menus and the Champlain restaurant for fine dining.

    Quebec City Attractions


    There are numerous places to visit during holidays to Quebec City; probably the most striking is La Citadelle, the largest fort in Northern America, dating back to 1750. Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec houses numerous treasures, from the art of early French colonialists to 20th century pieces by abstract artists. A quiet stroll in the Battlefields Park perched on a cliff top is great for experiencing Quebec City as the locals see it, and at a slower pace.

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