Québec City is the compact capital of the sprawling geopolitical monster that is Canada's largest province, Québec, which lies partly on the Atlantic seaboard in the far east of the USA's northern neighbor. Québec City, located in the south of the province near the border with the US state of Maine, is pooled on top of and below the cliffs of Cape Diamond at the confluence of the St Charles and St Lawrence rivers.
The city divides between an Old Town bristling with historic ramparts, churches, narrow lanes and former battlefields, and districts revamped with museums, cafes, bars, restaurants. We have a great range of hotels Québec City that can accommodate you in the Old Town or districts such as Beauport and Québec.
Step outside your Québec City hotel and explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Old Town (Vieux Québec). Wander along Rue St Jean, clogged with bars, cafes, restaurants, or perhaps enjoy the views over the cliff edge on the boardwalk (Terrasse Dufferin). Just north of busy Place Royal at the eastern end of Lower Town is Old Port (Vieux Port) - a more apt name would be Not-So-Old Port, as the area has undergone significant redevelopment. West of the Old Town walls are the less touristy, more down-to-earth neighborhoods of St Roch (in Lower Town) and St Jean Baptiste (in Upper Town), both with great shopping, bars and restaurants.
Québec City is a great destination any time of year: buzzing street life in summer, stunning colors in fall and spring, and the Winter Carnival during its coldest months. Stay in one of our Québec City hotels whenever you choose to visit!