Summer in Quebec City



Quebec City, QC Visit Website


Cost: Depends upon time of day and length of stay ($5-$30) Parking: Yes

Québec City is 250 kilometers east of Montreal. Stretching over 9,000 square kilometers (3,475 sq. mi.) in the heart of the St. Lawrence Valley, the Québec City region is blessed with a magnificent setting shaped by the venerable Laurentian Mountains and the majestic, 1,200-kilometer long (745 mile-long) St. Lawrence River.

There is so much to see and do in Quebec City year round


1 review
  • August 21, 2011
    "Quebec city may seem like a romantic city for couples, but it's also great for families. Due to hilly terrain and cobblestones, strollers are not recommended. There is a lot of walking so this is a place for older kids. We took our 10 13 year oldsthey LOVED it. The ramparts, cannons, funicular and cobblestoned streets are great for many hours of exploration. All summer long you can see Cirque du Soleil perform under a highway underpass for free. The hourlong show is fabulous if you can get there early enough to get a good viewing place. Try the hill on the left side of the stage. We also attended Moulin a Images Image Mill, a free 3D movie depicting Quebec History projected onto the sides of the Bunge grain elevators. It is quite impressive. If the history gets to be too much for the kids, try the park near Port Kente. The Citadel and Aquarium in St. Foy are also great for kids. Go to Quebec and immerse your family in French culture no plane ticket required!"
    - jspasyk

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