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Old Montreal Private Walking Tour
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Guided Tour of the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Quebec City
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European Style Cities in North America: Places in US That Look Like Europe
Landmark Buildings
New Orleans
Quebec City
Sometimes the allure of a far flung destination is overpowering. Perhaps it’s the romance of Paris, or walking past grand cathedrals in Rome. Maybe you long for Spanish culture in Valencia, or would like nothing more than raising a stein in a German beer hall. Great European cities captivate a traveler’s imagination. For many of us, however, life and responsibilities have an unfortunate tendency to intrude. The realities of traveling to Europe, dealing with flight tickets, language barriers, unfamiliar customs…it can seem too much. Fortunately there is plenty Old World charm available in North America. We’ve searched the continent for those places you could easily mistake as having been transplanted wholesale. Come along on our journey to the 10 places in North America that feel exactly like Europe.
TripBlog   May 19, 2020
Top 10 Best Ice Hotels in the World
Outdoor Recreation
Vacation Hotel
Quebec City
Palatial steps, glistening stalactite chandeliers and a royal chill that settles with your spine. An experience that allows a dip in the temperature to be transformed into one of the most adventurous and dazzling experiences of someone’s life. A sculpted adobe of ice, this masterpiece amalgamates the hospitality sector with that of the world of art and design. An experiential living, Ice hotels talk about everything glamorous and unique. You can kick back and relax with your partners, family or friends in a ball of ice. A fancy way to “chill”, quite literally, for the adventurous and daring personalities wandering this world.
TripBlog   Nov 12, 2019
Best Canadian Destinations for Fall Foliage
Natural Landscapes
National Parks
Quebec City
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Maple Road You should not miss the “Maple Road” in the east-west coast of Canada. The maple road extends 800-kilometer long. You might have seen lots of pictures about maple road, but you have no idea that this is the famous place to appreciate maples. The maple road connects a red corridor in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec. You can imagine that the beautiful red maple leaves spread all the way, where the red maple went, the extraordinary scenery would be.
TripBlog   Oct 31, 2019

Quebec City Travel Tips

Quebec City Transportation

Flights :Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport serves primarily the domestic flights within Canada and from US. Flights from Europe, South America and other continents are to first transit through Montreal International Airport and then to Quebec City. From the airport, you could take bus number 76 or 80; alternatively you could take a cab to the city and it costs around US$35.

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Best Experience in Quebec City

The city largely retains the French fifth century era style of architectures as evident in its castles, churches and town centers. You can take a ferry cruise down Saint Lawrence River and watch the occasional whale, go to the old city area to admire the architectures, simply stroll around Quartier Petit Champlain to feel the romance in the air, or try the French inspired culture. Every year there will be fireworks and music festivals and the city will bustle with excitement. Try not to give this place a miss.

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Helpful Information about Quebec City
Time Zone
UTC -5
Peak Season
June - September
Canadian Dollars
Emergency Phone Numbers
Police, Fire, Ambulance:911

Quebec City Weather

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Quebec City Weather
Quebec City is suitable for travelling all year round. April to May is spring and with its flowers blooming and flourishing greenery, is a great time to enjoy nature there. Summer is from June to August and is the best time for visiting, and often is the peak tourist season. Autumn, September and October, with its layered forest and mesmerizing red autumn leaves, is the best time to experience the city’s charms. November to March starts the long and cold winter season, where snow is heavy and transforms Quebec City into a ‘white’ world. Every February is the winter sports season; take note to keep yourself warm.

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Here are the best places to visit in Quebec City, including: Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Lower Town, Rue Saint-Ann, Hôtel du Parlement du Québec, Place Royale.
At the beginning of October, it’s nice to go up the mountain to see the maple leaves, but it’s cold.