L Hotel Quebec

3115, Avenue Des Hotels, Sainte Foy, Quebec, G1W 3Z6, Canada
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US-Canadian Border Crossing

by kotz29

Is there a border crossing close to Quebec?

Re: US-Canadian Border Crossing

by johngayton

Yep the main crossing is the Blackpool Border Crossing (also known, in Canada, as the Lacolle Crossing) which connects St Bernard de Lacolle in Quebec Province to Champlain in New York State. Autoroute 15 in Canada, Interstate 87 in the US.

Hope this helps.

Re: US-Canadian Border Crossing

by Jefie

Also, Interstate 91 connects with Autoroute 55 near Sherbrooke, and the closest border crossing to Quebec City is the one between US Route 201 (Maine) and Can Route 173 in the Beauce region, about 2 hours south of Quebec City.

Re: US-Canadian Border Crossing

by Potato-Brigade

I´m not sure what you mean by "close". Do you mean "open" rather than "closed"? Or are you referring to borders between Québec and Ontario/Newfoundland/New Brunswick?

I seem to recall (perhaps my memory is bad)a "checkpoint" coming from Ontario to Québec but it was not a "border" - though I wouldn´t doubt that the Québecois might like to install one there. :)

Re: US-Canadian Border Crossing

by yvr

Yes

Re: US-Canadian Border Crossing

by alza

Here's a list of border crossings with duty free shop between Québec Province and the U.S. If you are enquiring strictly for Québec City, closest border crossing would be Armstrong, first on list here. NOTE the Routes are given, so you'll find all crossings easily on a good road map.
I've translated the FIRST one, you can apply to all:

Bureau Frontalier (BORDER OFFICE) - Armstrong
999, Autoroute 173, Saint-Théophile
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: (CORRESPONDING U.S BORDER OFFICE) Jackman , ME

Bureau Frontalier - Highwater
4, chemin Mansonville, Route 243, Highwater
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: North Troy, Vermont

Bureau Frontalier - Lacolle Route 221
300, Route 221, Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: Overton Corners, Vermont

Bureau Frontalier - Lacolle Route 223
154, Route 223, Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: Rouses Point, Vermont

Bureau Frontalier - Stanhope
1000, Autoroute 147, Stanhope
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: Norton, Vermont

Bureau Frontalier - Stanstead
2 Autoroute 55, Stanstead
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: Derby Line, Vermont

Bureau Frontalier - St-Armand/Philipsburg
10, Autoroute 133, St-Armand
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: Highgate Springs, Vermont

Bureau Frontalier - St-Bernard-de-Lacolle
Autoroute 15, St-Bernard-de-Lacolle
Bureau de douane correspondant aux États-Unis: Champlain, New York
(that one probably about closest to Montréal)

Hope that helps and welcome!

Travel Tips for Quebec

Take a Day Cruise

by nicolettart

Stroll down to the port via a staircase off the boardwalk, and you will eventually come to the port area and Old Quebec. Fom here you can take a cruise for a few hours for some nice photo ops of the Chateau Frontenac and the Montmorency Falls.

I think Quebec is one of the...

by Fenris

I think Quebec is one of the most beautiful city, at least in North America.One of the best way to see the city is taking the elevator up to 'L'Observatoire de la Capitale'. At 31 floor high, it's not quite a skyscraper,but up there you'll enjoy a 360 degrees view of the whole Old Quebec and the surrounding region.I always take visiting friends up there to give them a better bird's eye view of the city they'll be strolling in afterwards. There are also some nice tidbits of info about the city's history. I spent, and still do actually, many summers playing music on the streets of the city.I just love those streets in the Old Town, with people walking by.It is a city you have to walk through.

UNESCO World Heritage Site

by jamiesno

You will hear a lot about the fact Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage site. One of the main reasons for this designation is the significant portion of historic infrastructure that has been preserved.

But here in this picture you will see a monument. This is located just in front of the Chateau Frontenac in old Quebec and it represents Quebec joining the community of UNESCO world heritage sites.

People in Quebec City speak...

by chicoutai

People in Quebec City speak french for the most part, but don't be scare, the majority know enough of english to communicate with you. What you could do is just learn a few sentences that could be useful to you or buy a small dictionnary. Maybe you won't need it, but just in case...All the signs are in french (on the road) but tourism places are usually bilingual (like menus in restaurants, explantions in museums...)
Here some examples of the sentences:
Bonjour: Salutation used at any time of the day
Bonsoir: Salutation used at night (after 6PM)
Où sont les toilettes? : Where is the bathroom?
Combien ça coûte?: How much is it?
Où est...?: Where is...?

They use the metric system, so it's kilometer not miles and celcius not Fahrenheit...take a conversion guide with you if you are not familiar with that.

They are very fun people, full of humor, and who like to party...anytime!

Packing List

by Deus_ultima

Quebec's temperature goes from +30 to -30 celcius (86 to -22) depending on the season, so dress apropriately. Winters are quite humid so layering up is the best way to go. By the way..it can get windy..so have windproof clothing..

La temperature variant de 30 a -30 ( 80 a -22 farenheit) habillez-vous en conséquences. L'hiver est humide alors plusieurs couches sont conseillées. Bring lot's of film! You'll need it!

Amenez beaucoup de films, ça en vaut la peine!

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 L Hotel Quebec

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Address: 3115, Avenue Des Hotels, Sainte Foy, Quebec, G1W 3Z6, Canada