Hotel Port-Royal Suites

144 Rue St-Pierre, Quebec City, G1K 8N8, Canada
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Coming to Quebec City for Christmas!

by italmelb

Hello everyone
I will be in quebec city for 3 days during the christmas period so i was wondering if you could give me some advice on the sort of day tours and activities i can do while there

I will also accept suggestions about places to eat, accomodation, souvenirs, etc

thanks!

Re: Coming to Quebec City for Christmas!

by JennysTravels

Visit a fudge factory, buy some Canadian Maple Syrup. I imagine there are places where you can visit and tap the tree for sap, as kids we used to tap the tree and but the syrup in snow and eat it!! Amazing. Your visiting Canada at a great time of year. I hope it snows for you, as it's a beautiful time.

Im sorry I havent any direct info on Quebec City but Im sure one of our VT friends will answer you shortly.

Have fun!

Re: Coming to Quebec City for Christmas!

by Pomerol

You will enjoy Quebec City during Chritsmas time with all the lights and colors.

Simply walking around the City will provide plenty of entertainment but you can also indulge in a day of skiing at Mont Ste-Anne or le Massif. You can also go skating at Place d'Youville or go for a toboggan ride at Chateau Frontenac.

For accommodation, you don't mention a budget but quaint B&B's like Manoir d'Auteuil or Boutique hotel like Le Priori are safe bets.

For eating out, you will be spoiled in Quebec City and I have written about a few select places here: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/cc6d9/dcf94/2/

Have fun and don't hesitate to write if you have other questions.

Re: Coming to Quebec City for Christmas!

by hawkhead

You'll be too early for sugaring off i.e. sap from maple trees.

Re: Coming to Quebec City for Christmas!

by italmelb

Do you know if there are any day tours of the city? (walking tours preferably)

what about nearby quebec city? any places where i can go to do snowshoeing?

Could you also please let me know how can i get from the airport to downtown

and how much it costs?

feel free to suggest restaurants, shopping places and nice cafes

Re: Coming to Quebec City for Christmas!

by Pomerol

Thi site will give you all the walking tours you want: http://www.toursvoirquebec.com/en/home

if you want to go snowshoeing, this is a good place: http://www.jacques-cartier.com/raquette_e.asp

The only way downtown from the airport is by taxi: it is a fixed rate of 32.50$ cdn

You'll run into plenty of bars to choose from

Have fun

Travel Tips for Quebec

TouristInfo

by Tom_In_Madison

Building has 2 entrances, one on avenue Wilfrid-Laurier and the main one around the corner facing the big hotel. Like the one in Montreal, if you want to speak to a specialist, you ask the receptionist at the front, and she’ll print out a numbered ticket. When you’re next up, go to the flashing number of the tourist person. There are also brochures to pick up. There’s a good one on Montmorency Falls if you’re going there with the layout that I picked up, but didn’t look at. I wish I had.

The person I went to spoke English well, and was very knowledgeable. She gave me a lot of ideas on what to do. They also have a Quebec booklet they’ll give you with much more info—but beware, some of the prices and opening times in it aren’t accurate.

According to the map there’s another TouristInfo location over by the shopping area nearer the river. ave de Hotels

Walk around and soak up the history

by daffodil

Walk around the upper and lower towns, and check out as many restaurants and bars as possible. The food is really excellent everywhere. Carnival d'Hiver is the best party around. It is usually the first two weeks of Feburary and the last weeked is the big parade. There is a large slide set up on the boardwalk near Chateau Frontenac that you can take a tobboggan down with your friend for a dollar or two each. The view from the top is worth it and the ride is just a great bonus.

HISTORY of Quebec

by Simonneeddy

READ THIS HISTORY before visiting. In 1534 the Frenchman JAQUES CARTIER made the first of 3 voyages to what they called NEW FRANCE (Quebec City today) He claimed the area as French territory in the name of the King of France. It was called Canada but only comprised the area around Quebec city. In 1608 Samuel De Champlain founded the CITY OF QUEBEC.This was the 2nd permanent French settlement . The first being PORT ROYAL ( MONTREAL TODAY) In 1759 The BATTLE OF THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM (Top of cliff in picture) was lost by the French to the British and in 1763 it became a British possession. They named it THE REGIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. The region extended from Quebec City to MICHIGAN (what is now the State of Michigan U.S.A.) In 1791 this area was divided into UPPER AND LOWER CANADA. (ONTARIO AND QUEBEC OF TODAY) In 1840 they are re-united and called CANADA EAST AND CANADA WEST. In 1867 they are again Separated and together with NEW BRUNSWICK and NOVA SCOTIA form the FEDERATION OF CANADA LATER other Provinces were added and in 1949 we had 10 Provinces and 2 Territories. In the 19th century The Port Of Quebec was one of the most important ports in the world.
More than 2,000,000 immigrants arrived at this Port over the years.
At the beginning of the 19th century France and England were at WAR.
, Napoleon occupied the Baltic Ports where the English procured the wood to maintain their fleets. They were forced to turn to their American Colonies to obtain great quantities of wood.
Numerous lumber camps opened up in the Ottawa region. Thousands of trees were felled, hewd and assembled into huge rafts measuring more than 500 Meters (app. 1600 feet) in length, courageous raft-men steered these timber rafts through rapids, waves and wind down the Ottawa and St. Lawrence Rivers to Quebec City. This 6 to 8 week voyage spanned over approximately 1,000 km.(1650 miles) In 1845 alone 2,000 rafts arrived at Quebec. MORE HISTORY IN NEXT PICTURE PAGE.

French Food and Drink # 9 - The Apple Cider

by jamiesno

Here in this picture I am enjoying some locally produced Minot Apple Cider. I really enjoyed this as well. Much nicer that filling up on beer all the time, LOL :-)

La Cidrerie du Minot, a cidermill located in Quebec’s Southwestern Townships, cultivates its own apples on a 52-hectare orchard 60 kilometres south of Montreal.

With its gravelly soil and a unique microclimate nurtured by the St. Lawrence and Richelieu Rivers, Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks, this is an ideal location for making cider. The exceptional growing conditions are perfect for the variety of apples in the Minot orchards, namely the McIntosh, Cortland, Lobo, Melba, Duchesse, Empire, Geneva, Liberty, Trent and Golden Russet.

Explore the Jacques-Cartier National Park

by Jefie

Located only 30 minutes north of Quebec City, the Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier truly is the city's "largest playground"! In the summertime, the park becomes a haven for all canoeing, kayaking, fishing, cycling, camping and hiking lovers - during winter, bring your snowshoes or skis to explore the 55 km of trails winding through the park and along the beautiful Jacques-Cartier River. A day-pass only costs $3.50 and trust me, it'll be worth every penny!! You can bring your own equipment (snowshoes, canoe, etc.) or rent it at the park. Check out the Website for more information.

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Address: 144 Rue St-Pierre, Quebec City, G1K 8N8, Canada