Things to Do
- Old Quebec - Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985, the district of Old Quebec is filled with Canadian history and provides the classic French village feeling when walking down its narrow alleys.
- Montcalm - Filled with art galleries, museums, and music shows with both local and international artists, this neighborhood was created for culture lovers.
Address: 144 Rue Saint-Pierre, Québec, QC G1K 8N8, Canada
Phone: +1 418-692-2777
1 mile from Cruise Terminal
Hôtel des Coutellier
Address: 253 Rue Saint-Paul, Québec, QC G1K 8C1, Canada
Phone: (888) 523-9696
.7 miles from Cruise Terminal
- Although they were called the Breakneck Steps by London tour guides, there is nothing to be scared about when visiting the Escalier Casse-Cou. The stairs connect the upper-city and the lower-town and are a great piece of history
- The famous castle-like Fairmont Le Château Frontenac is a hotel built during the 17th century. Apart from being a famous historical landmark, it is picture-perfect as it overlooks the St. Lawrence River.
- If you feel like dancing the night away, Dagobert is the best place to get a taste of the Canadian nightlife. This nightclub has multiple floors of light shows and upbeat music, and the best part is that the night club looks like a castle from the outside.
- The Musée de la civilisation is filled with interactive exhibitions and art to help you learn about Quebec's' history and culture.
- To get the traditional Canada experience in the winter, going to the Les Glissades de la Terrasse is a must. With the perfect weather you can rent a slide and go down the icy slopes at full speed.
- Quebec City’s German Christmas Market provides free children activities, shows, music and choirs yearly. The small pop-up shops sell the perfect Christmas gifts to surprise your relatives back home.