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Where to stay in Quebec: Best areas for travelers

  • Old Quebec: A cozy hotel and tons of interesting attractions are the key components of an unforgettable vacation. This neighborhood has all of that covered. Drop your suitcase in your room at the Hôtel Marie-Rollet, the Hotel Clarendon or the Hôtel Jardin Ste-Anne. Then, get out and visit this area's most famous sights, such as Place Royale.

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Quebec City, Canada, offers a taste of European elegance along with its numerous world heritage treasures. Take a Quebec vacation in one of the oldest cities in North America and revel in historical sites and beautiful scenery. Major Attractions

Look on Travelocity for deals on car rentals in Quebec to make it easy to travel around the city. Drop in for a closer look at Chateau Frontenac, a 1893 structure that's designated as one of the National Historic Sites of Canada. Enjoy the Saint Lawrence River by taking the Quebec-Levis Ferry, and then stroll along to Quartier Petit-Champlain, the oldest commercial district in North America. Browse the historic neighborhood of Old Quebec, pop into artisan boutiques and art galleries, and enjoy a Quebec cuisine meal. Other highlights of the city include Pont de Quebec, the riveted steel bridge that spans the Saint Lawrence River; the breathtaking Basilica of Ste-Anne de Beaupre; and the Citadelle, a large working military complex that houses a military museum. Festivals and Events

If you book your hotel in Quebec during the cold season, be sure to attend Carnaval de Quebec, which is held in late January and early February. This family-friendly, two-week event includes dogsled and ice canoe races, skating and evening dancing, sleigh and sled rides, parades, and fantastic snow and ice sculptures. Drop by in early August to take part in the five-day Nouvelle-France Festival, where you can dress up in costumes from the 17th and 18th centuries, watch enactments of famous events, and eat delicious local foods and drinks. Visit in mid-August, and you'll be in the city just in time for Expo Quebec, which offers fun rides, live music shows, and trade fair stands.

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Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Quebec?
Enjoy a memorable travel experience in Quebec with a vacation package starting at . Reserving your flights, hotels and tours through Travelocity has never been so easy. On top of that, our deals will leave you with extra cash for fun activities.
How long should my Quebec vacation be?
Many visitors choose to spend about 3 nights in Quebec. But what works for them mightn’t work for you. Whether you prefer to stay for a couple of days or a couple of weeks, you’ll enjoy discovering all the incredible things that this destination has to offer.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Quebec?
Travelocity can help you lock in an unbeatable Quebec package deal. With 400 partner airlines and 665,000 properties across the world, there’s no doubt you’ll find the perfect combination.
Why should I purchase my Quebec vacation bundle via Travelocity?
From our 24/7 customer support to our range of incredible destinations, we are dedicated to fulfilling your travel desires. All you need to do is to click and book — our Price Match Guarantee will make sure you get the best price.
Can I save on my Quebec car rental if I book it with hotels and flights?
Bundling your hotel, car and flight into a Quebec vacation package is a surefire way to score an incredible deal. Plus, having your own set of wheels gives you the freedom to get to all those big-name sights you’re itching to check out. Located 43 mi from Quebec, Le Massif de Charlevoix is one place that should be on your can’t-miss list. Put together a driving playlist and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to Quebec?
If you need to watch your pennies, is a terrific month to explore this part of the world, while is the dearest time of the year. is the peak season. If you’re hoping to avoid the masses, tend to be quieter.
Which airport is best for Quebec?
Quebec, QC (YQB-Jean Lesage Intl.) is the best airport if you’re flying to Quebec. Once you disembark the plane, you’ll find yourself 8 mi west of the downtown area.
What is there to do in Quebec?
Quebec is brimming with sights to explore, such as Place Royale and Citadelle of Quebec. These two popular attractions are at the top of most tourists’ must-see lists.
Where should I stay when visiting Quebec?
You have a good range of options, with La Cite-Limoilou and Centre-Ville being the most preferred areas among tourists. If the former suits your Quebec adventures, check out the rates and facilities at the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (4.5 stars) and the Hôtel Palace Royal centre-ville (4.0 stars). If you’d prefer the latter, we’d recommend the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (4.5 stars) or the Hôtel Palace Royal centre-ville (4.0 stars).

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