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Guests in this area of Quebec will be rubbing shoulders with approximately 550,000 local residents.
Of course, the most renowned of the city's attractions is Place Royale. Head here first and start your vacation on an unforgettable note.
Village Vacances Valcartier and Carie Factory Amusement Center are nice places to take some time with your children. Want more? Recreofun Amusement Centre and Mega Parc are also highly recommended by parents.
An afternoon investigating the carefully recreated marine environments at Quebec Aquarium Park is a reminder of just how extraordinary our oceans and waterways are.
Wine fanatic or not, a day of trying out the latest vintages at the region's wineries won't go astray. If you are hoping to visit a few, certainly add the Vignoble Ste-Petronille, the Domain de la Souree a Marguerite and the Vignoble du Mitan to the agenda. It doesn't matter where you go first. They are all great fun!
Take in the beautiful array of native and exotic plants that are on display at the Jardins Floressens and the Jardin Botanique Roger-Van den Hende.
Pack a few snacks and take it easy for a while in the lush surroundings of Battlefields Park and Esplanade Park. There's also plenty of space to lounge about in the grass at Artillery Park and Domaine de Maizerets.
A visit to Maison du Tourisme de Wendake is a practical way of finding some information for your travels.
There's nothing like an afternoon at Montmorency Falls to remind you of the power and beauty of nature. The swirling pools of Parc de la Chute-Montmorency and Parc de la Falaise et la Chute Kabir Kouba are also popular with travelers.
Leave your phone in the glove compartment and take a break from the modern world at Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area and Chaudiere Falls. Nature-loving visitors will also have a great time at Canyon Ste-Anne and Marais du Nord.
Be sure to spend an informative morning at the Quebec Experience or the Royal 22e Regiment Museum, the two best local exhibition spaces. Ask a staff member about guided tours or touring events. If you luck out and there's nothing on, simply enjoy a walk through the quiet halls.
Tales of this region's nautical history are imbedded on the collection of marine artifacts found at the Naval Museum of Quebec.
Think about spending a couple of hours at Observatoire de la Capitale to expand your knowledge on scientific breakthroughs and other wonders of the world.
Find out about the different specimens on display while you meander through the overflowing corridors of the Maison des Jesuites.
Quebec is a frenzy of artistic activity, with galleries and exhibition spaces seemingly tucked around every corner. Revel in the hip atmosphere at the Quebec National Museum of Fine Arts and the Ursulines de Quebec Museum. If you have time afterwards, the Musee des Ursulines de Quebec and the Musee d'Art Inuit Brousseau are also well worth a look.
Keen historians can immerse themselves in the past at the Musee du Fort and the Museum of French America. The Museum of Civilization and the Musée de la Civilisation are also highly esteemed options.
Wander back through this region's past with a visit to the Laval University or Parliament Building, just two of the historic buildings and sites here. You might also like to get out the camera and snap some photos at the Martello Tower and the Old Quebec Funicular.
Quebec Bridge is a striking structure that has been a vital point of connection for residents from both sides of the river.
Whether you're spiritual or not, you're sure enjoy an afternoon at Cathedral of the Holy Trinity and Church of St. Roch. You could also take a walk around Centre D'art de Levis and Church Notre-Dame-des-Victoires.
Before you pack up your bags and make your way home, ensure you stop by some of Quebec's lesser-known attractions. A couple of good places to start with are Arbraska Duchesnay and the La Domaine Joly de Lotbiniere. Also, think about seeing Marina de Portneuf and La Vallee Secrete if you have time.
Bounded by shops and restaurants, this heritage urban resort is situated on a bluff with views of the St. Lawrence River and Quebec City's Old Town, near the Gare Fluviale de Québec, and one block from a historical 19th-century fortress.
Located in Centre-Ville, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Martello Tower, Battlefields Park, and Parliament Building. Place Royale and Citadelle of Quebec are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Old Quebec, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Le Capitole and Parliament Building. Citadelle of Quebec and Place Royale are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in the heart of Quebec's revitalized St Roch historic district, this hotel is near the hip downtown strip of shops, eateries, and nightlife.
Located in Ste. Foy, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Laurier Quebec, Place de la Cite, and University Laval Hospital. Place Sainte-Foy and Quebec Aquarium Park are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, this cabin is 5.9 mi (9.5 km) from Village Vacances Valcartier and 12.2 mi (19.6 km) from Club de Golf Stoneham. Club Nautique Lac St-Charles and Marais du Nord are also within 16 mi (25 km).
In a renovated 19th-century building with dramatic modern decor, this boutique hotel is centered in lovely Old Québec, just 1 block from the St. Lawrence River and the Old Port.
Located in Ste. Foy, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Laurier Quebec and 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Laval University. Place de la Cite and University Laval Hospital are also within 10 minutes.