Quebec Things to Do

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  • 26. Ice Hotel

    Every year a new, rather unconventional hotel opens its doors to hardy winter visitors: the one and only ice hotel! From January until March, people come from all over the world to experience...

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  • 27. Vieux Port

    We wandered to the Old Port Marketplace on the way to the picturesque train station, but were very glad we took this little detour. Bustling with what looked like mostly locals, the marketplace was...

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  • 28. Musee de l'Amerique Francaise

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    This museum is now part of the Civilization Museum. The museum has a large collection of artefacts showing the development of the French civilization in North America. Also not to be missed, the...

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  • 29. Grande Allee

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Grande Allee is to Quebec what the Champs Elysees is to Paris. It's the "main drag", where things are happening. A broad avenue, it leads from the old walls to the outskirts of the city, past the...

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  • 30. ONHOUA CHETEK8E

    4 out of 5 stars

    A well reconstructed Huron village gave us the idea of traditional life of the Indians. The performance was convincing, and the actors were real Indians, fitting very well in the characters. Only...

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  • 31. Village Vacances Valcartier

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Village Vacances Valcartier is the biggest waterpark in Canada! Located just 20 minutes from Quebec City, the park includes over 35 water slides, a wave pool, mini-golf, go-karts, kiddie water games,...

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  • 32. Shopping in Vieux Quebec

    In the lower old town there are some wonderful old streets with renovated buildings which are now operating as a shopping precinct catering for tourists. There is something for everyone but one shop...

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  • 33. Quebec City Summer Festival

    Visit the Quebec City Summer Festival (Festival d´ete de Quebec). The Summer Festival transforms the city into a giant outdoor stage. Numerous musicians and street performers from all over the world...

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  • 34. Rue du Tresor

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Walking through the upper old town you must not overlook the side streets which often contain the surprise of your visit. In old Quebec one such street is Rue Du Tresor which is lined with artists'...

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  • 35. Panoramic views

    Walking down Grande Allee from our hotel, on our way to Vieux Quebec, my friend took me to the Hotel Loews Le Concorde. It happens to have a panoramic elevator: a great spot to take breathtaking...

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  • 36. Mega-Parc des Galeries de la Capitale

    So why do I put a shopping center in my "things to do" tips? Because shopping often comes only as an afterthought at Les Galeries de la Capitale thanks to its Mega-Parc, North America's second largest...

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  • 37. Sugar shacks

    A sugar shack is where they used to tap trees to make maple sugar. We got to see how they did it, and how they made it into maple products. We also got to do folk dances and play the spoons. Before we...

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  • 38. Parc des Sept-Chutes

    There's a beautiful waterfall about 30-40min (by car) northeast of Quebec City. Please don't confuse this with the waterfall that's closer to the city (in Parc de la Chute-Montmorency) where all the...

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  • 39. Quebec Experience

    Quebec Experience - A 3D spectacle of 30 mn. From 10AM to 10PM (15 May to 15 October). Alternatively in English and in French. Mainly 3D photographes with an astonishing mobile face on the left side,...

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  • 40. Universite Laval

    Founded in 1663, Universite Laval is the oldest centre of education in Canada, and was the first institution in North America to offer higher education in French. With about 40,000 students each year,...

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  • 41. Fall colours

    You do not have to leave Quebec City to see some spectacular Autumn colours! With our mid-Oct. 2003 trip to the city, we enjoyed scenes such as this as we drove into the Grand Allee area of the city...

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  • 42. Pont de Quebec

    The Quebec Bridge holds the distinction of being the longest Cantilever Bridge span in the world at 549 m (1800 feet). The bridge has an interesting history that has had an effect on all of...

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  • 43. Fetes de la Nouvelle France

    Held in August every year, the Fetes de la Nouvelle-France (which can be roughly translated at "New France Festival") is a nearly week-long trip back in time to the 17th century, when Quebec was still...

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  • 44. Winter sports

    Just besides the St-Jean gate, people come and skate in an outdoor square. Surounded by the Capitol, the St-Jean gate and the business center, this is a very central point for everyone to come and...

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  • 45. Le Clap

    Looking for something to do on a rainy day? Why not go to the movies! Le Clap has recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and from a small underground theatre, it has grown into one of Quebec City's...

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  • 46. La Barberie

    As a micro-brewery, La Barberie brews specialty beer products, using oak barrels in the fermentation process. Brews are custom-made, and remain exclusive to each of their client establishments....

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