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Quebec City

North America

Rank in Canada


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Canadian Dollar(CAD)
Mostly cloudy 17.4℃
23:46 PM (GMT -04:00)
Electric Socket
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About Quebec City

One of the oldest European cities in North America, Quebec City encompasses the "Historic District of Old Québec”, declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site which presents travelers with an older world charm. The city has been beautifully embedded with its history, displaying an extensive French influence, with the smell of fresh-baked bread, the taste of creamy cafe lattes, and buttery croissants pleasing the senses without fail. The bustling streets during the winter carnival are a witness of the city’s popularity as a tourist destination. The well-known sites of Quebec City, especially in the neighborhood of Old Quebec, can be traveled on foot in order to save money on transport, hence leaving travelers with more bucks to spend on souvenirs to capture memories for a lifetime!

Continent Country
North America Canada
Airport Name / IATA Code
Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport YQB
Alternate Airport Name / IATA Code
YBG CFB Bagotville

Quebec City
  • Time To Visit

Best time to visit
Best times to visit are June, July, August, and September as the weather is warmer and there are plenty of festivals to enjoy around this time.
Moderate time to visit
December, January, February, October, and November are moderate times due to the chilly winters which not all tourists would be used to but there are various festivals to celebrate during these months with hefty jackets on..
Worst time to visit
March, April, and May usually witness fewer tourists due to the lack of special events but that means the travellers can take advantage of low rates during these months.
Month January February March April May June July August September October November December
Minimum temprature (℃) -17 -14 -8 0 6 12 15 14 10 4 -2 -12
Maximum temprature (℃) -7 -4 1 8 16 22 25 24 20 12 5 -3
Rain fall (mm) 85 73 78 84 116 111 120 106 116 98 102 100
0.532 (Millions)
Official Language
Spoken Language
French is predominan... Read more
Other Language
English. Arabic, Spa... Read more
Start Tariff: CAD 3.... Read more




Public Transport
Basic Items And Cost
Name Price
Water Bottle USD 0.74
Cup of Coffee USD 2.95
Milk Carton Pack USD 1.48
Rice/Kg USD 2.95
White Bread USD 2.22
Eggs (12) USD 2.22
Combo Meal USD 7.39
Fine Dining USD 44.32
Bottle of Coke or Pepsi USD 1.48
Domestic Beer USD 4.43
Imported Beer USD 4.43
Bottle of Wine USD 13.29
Cigarettes (20 Pack) USD 7.39
Taxi ( 1 km ) USD 1.48
Ticket in local transport (Single way). USD 2.95
Rent ( One Bed Room) USD 517.01
Do's And Don'ts
Night Life
Must See
  • Take the ferry to Lévis: Hop on the ferry service for a short distance between the city and its adjacent neighbor Lévis to get the best view of Quebec City.
  • Taste local craft beers: As Québécois take their brews very seriously, there are many microbreweries throughout Quebec City. Some of the famous ones include Griendel at 195 Saint-Vallier Ouest, La Souche at 801 Chemin de la Canardière, and La Barberie at 310 Saint Roch Est.
  • Go on a food tour in Old Quebec: The three-hour Old Quebec food tour features five culinary and culturally significant spots showcasing the area's historic European heritage as well as the city's inventive streak.
  • Outing at the Massif Ski Resort: Just an hour drive from Quebec City, is North America’s longest luge track. It is 7.5 km long and is ready for you to have an exhilarating outing on a sled!
  • Attend an outdoor festival: Despite its vintage feel and timeless attractions, Quebec City still knows how to throw an amazing party. One of the best music festivals to attend is the Quebec City Summer Festival which lasts for 11 days. What more could one ask for!
Geomania (Jewelery Store)
1 Place Royale, Québec, QC G1K 4G3, Canada
Distance From City Center
2.7 km ( about 8 min by car)
Place de la Cité
2600 Boulevard Laurier, Québec, QC G1V 4T3, Canada
Distance From City Center
7.8 km (about 14 min by car)
The workshop Apple Inc. (Clothing Store)
47 Rue Sous le Fort, Québec, QC G1K 4G9, Canada
Distance From City Center
2.9 km (about 8 min by car)
Les Halles Cartier
1191 Avenue Cartier, Québec, QC G1R 2S9, Canada
Distance From City Center
2 km (about 8 min by car)
Souvenir Suggestions
  • Artwork/paintings of Quebec City from Rue du Tresor, copper embossed pieces
  • Handwoven baskets, knits, leather-work, wooden sculptures
  • Locally made cheese, maple syrup, Artisan paper
  • Books featuring photos or art from Québec City, maps of the battle of the Plains of Abraham
  • Jewelry, paper products, dishes, and edible souvenirs
  • Posters, toys, and postcards
  • Canadian Inuit art, created by the Eskimos living in the Arctic region. They are unique and feature bold colours and feature the local fauna.
  • Dream catchers, moccasins, sculptures, First Nations music, or jewelry from the Native artists.
  • There are certain musical instruments like the  “ruine-babine” (Jew’s harp), created by the natives of the region.
  • Antiques from Saint-Paul, Sault-au-Matelot, or Saint-Pierre street shops, they are slightly expensive but are of exceptional quality.
  • Buns blessed in honour of Saint Geneviève from the Victoris Church.

Tourist attractions in Quebec City


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