Quebec is a city of contrasts, French, English and North American influences combined to influence everything from architecture, to customs and traditions. Quebec has some excellent restaurants and street cafes.
Best Western City Centre
With a 10 minutes walk to the Old City, the Best Western City Centre is in a fantastic location at the corner of Du Roi and De La Couronne. Conveniently located close to Quebec's major tourist's attractions, the outstanding shops and wide choice of restaurants. This hotel is a good base from which to experience one of North America's most charming and unique cities.
From £29 per person per night
Hotel Manoir Victoria
Located in the heart of historic, romantic Old Québec, this unique European-style hotel extends a warm and friendly welcome, spectacular surroundings. Within the city walls, this hotel is perfect for exploring the culturally vibrant Quebec City. The Quebec Zoo and Aquarium, Chutes Montmorency and Village Huron are all within a short drive.
From £35 per person per night
Le 71 Hotel Café
Le 71 Hotel Café, Quebec City is a new trendy and intimate boutique hotel located in the Petit Champlain district which offers continental breakfast inclusive. This hotel features contemporary designs and luxurious rooms with DVD surround-sound system and wireless internet access.
From £56 per person per night (Continental Breakfast)
Quebec City Tours & Excursions
Quebec City is the beating heart of French Canada - with a virtually intact European appearance and an 'ooh-la-la' ambience. The entire old section of town is North America's only walled city, and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985. With its cliff-top position overlooking the St. Lawrence River, its old stone buildings and narrow streets, its citadelle and old port, it's no wonder Quebec City is a must-do town.
The city is divided into Upper and Lower segments. The walled Old Upper Town is dominated by the fort and its parklands, and has many museums documenting the city's military and cultural history. The busy, narrow streets of Old Lower Town are reached by steep staircases or a funicular from Upper Town's heights. Place Royale, the Lower Town's hub, is surrounded by restaurants, galleries, cafes and the Church of Notre Dame des Victoires - dating from 1688, it's the oldest stone church in the province.
Quebec City Tour Quebec City is the heart of French Canada. Nowhere else in North America is the appearance and atmosphere of an old-world city so complete. Quebec City looks and feels very European. This tour covers all points of interest in Quebec City: the Old Quebec section, the fortifications, Battlefield Park, Place Royale, the narrow streets, Parliament buildings, monuments and much more. Includes photo stops.
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Accommodations at your selected hotel.
Provincial and local taxes.
Prices are per person based on two sharing, a twin or double room on a room only basis.
Flights NOT included
Hotel Manoir Victoria from £147
Clarion Quebec St Foy from £105
Hilton Quebec from £155
Quebec City Tour
Collects and Drops at Quebec Hotels. This tour provides a comprehensive orientation of historic and modern Quebec City. You will see the Latin Quarter, the Plains of Abraham, the Citadel, Place Royale, the Basilica and other points of interest within this fine city.
Departs: from Quebec hotels.
From £15 per adult / £7.50 child (under 12). Under 5's are free.