Quebec Tourism

After fall, as the cold begins to sweep in and the snow begins to blanket a city, there are many cities that adopt a sluggish pace and prepare to settle in for the season. Well, there are exceptions to every rule and the exception here is Quebec City. A city that blossoms in the winter, Quebec City throws the biggest winter carnival of the world.

Did you know, Quebec City is one of North America’s oldest settlements and magnificently preserved at that. Take a walk through Old Town, brimming with history and culture. The size of the city makes it ideal to be covered on foot. The beauty of Quebec City is it’s alluring charm and the proximity at which it enraptures you.

Essential travel information and Quebec tips for your visit

  • Quebec City is considered to be safer than most of the other Canadian cities, but you should still exercise the regular amount of caution.
  • If you’re out in the city at night, be careful of drunken brawls. Stay out of trouble and don’t get involved in any street spat.
  • Keep an eye on your belongings and don’t leave your valuables unattended.

The best tours and activities in the city, guided by experts to give you a local insight to the best of Quebec

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  • Is there all-day parking at the Place de Ville in Quebec City? What is the address? What is the price? Is there a better place to park near the center of Quebec City? THANK YOU MERCI

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    • The address of Place de Ville is - 1-3 Rue des Jardins, Quebec City and I think the entry is free, but I am not sure about that. I have heard that paid parking is available but is a bit costly. I am sure you will find other parking spots nearby. 

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