If you are travelling to Quebec City from the south short and are heading downtown, the Quebec City - Levis ferry offers an alternative to taking the highway and takes you right into downtown Quebec... more
Traveling from Montreal to Quebec City by bus is fairly easy. It takes about 3 hours, and there are departures every hour on the hour. Once in Quebec City, you can choose to stop in Sainte-Foy, which... more
This is the easiest way to go between the Lower and Upper Towns. It goes from la Place des Armes (near the Terrasse Dufferin) in the Upper Town and the Louis Jolliet House at le Quartier du Petit... more
From Montreal to Quebec City is an easy 3-hour drive right up either Canadian Highway 20 or Canadian Highway 40. 40 skirts the north edge of the St Lawrence River while 20 runs just to the south of... more
If you are not staying in the city centre, or if you want to venture out further afield, the city is well provided with local bus services run by the RTC. At the time of writing (April 2009) the... more
When you come to explore Quebec City.....it is imperative that you bring good footwear along with you...
To really see and experience Old Quebec City I think the best way to see the most if its... more
The Jean Lesage International Airport is about 30 minutes from downtown Quebec. Air Canada links cities such as Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Boston, and destinations around the province. Other major... more
Allo Stop is by far the cheapest and fastest way to travel between Quebec City and Montreal. This carpooling service has been around for over 20 years now and it is both safe and effective. All you... more
A very popular way to enjoy the city of Quebec was by horse and carriage and obviously a very romantic thing to do in the night time I guess if you were with a friend.
I didn't bother taking one... more
A taxi to your hotel in Quebec has a standard fare from Jean Lesage International Airport.
As of late 2006, it cost CAD $30.00 (I think... cannot remember exactly but it's a set fare)... I suppose a... more
My love affair with Quebec City dates back to 1995, when I moved there to study English literature at Laval University. I immediately fell in love with this charming historic city, and have lived here...
On the occasion of a visit from England by my wife's sister, we decided to take her to Quebec City for a little exploration (late-May, 2005). For once, we did not have the best weather one could hope...
Quebec City is the only fortified city remaining north of Mexico. The old town was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. The city was built on the cliff beside the St. Lawrence River...