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Quebec City

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Small and intimate

A beautiful North American city with European flair, Quebec City offers 400 years of history and a thousand and one things to experience. With bustling streets, numerous museums and festivals, eclectic architecture, not to mention nature on its doorstep, Quebec City will amaze you.

Why visit?

  • Historic walled city
  • Bustling streets
  • French influence
  • Stunning architecture
  • Wonderful restaurants
  • Nearby natural attractions
Browse hotels in Quebec City


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Hotel Manoir Victoria - Standard Room

Hotel Manoir Victoria

From £64 pp

In the heart of the historic, culturally vibrant and gastronomic activity of Old Québec, perfectly set amidst shops and restaurants in an ideal central location.

Hotel 71 Quebec City - Superior Room

Hotel 71 Quebec

From £95 pp

Situated in a prestigious building, the facade is a stunning example of 19th century neo-classic architecture, while the refined style of its interiors is as attractive as it is welcoming.

Fairmont Chateau Frontenac - Exterior

Fairmont Le Chataeu Frontenac

From £99 pp

Centrally located in an elevated position within the walls of Old Québec City overlooking the stunning St Lawrence River.

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Premier Holidays & Quebec City

The facts:

Getting there: There are no non-stop flights to Quebec City from the UK, so flying time with a stopover is around 9 hours 30 minutes.

Best time to travel: June through to September is the most popular time to visit when temperatures are warm, so perfect for exploring the many historic sights. If you don’t mind the cold, winter is quieter, and while snow often blankets the city between December and April, there’s still plenty to enjoy.

Quebec City climate:

Quebec City Climate Chart