Expert Travel Advice to Quebec City

Top Answers To Quebec City Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Quebec Convention Center, King Louis XIV Statue, Rue St. Pierre, Joan of Arc, Naval Museum, Old Quebec, Morrin Center.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    If you're a U.S. citizen, you do not currently require a passport to cross the U.S.-Canadian border, but you do need to show some form of government-issued ID (ie, driver's license) and a birth certificate or naturalization certificate. However, this will all change in June 2009 when all U.S. and Canadian citizens who are 16 and over will need to show a passport (http://help.cbp.gov/cgi-bin/customs.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=74&p_created=1043364936&p_sid=CG-cH_nj&p_accessibility=0&p_redirect=&p_lva=&p_sp=cF9zcmNoPSZwX3NvcnRfYnk9JnBfZ3JpZHNvcnQ9JnBfcm93X2NudD02NDcsNjQ3JnBfcHJvZHM9JnBfY2F0cz0mcF9wdj0mcF9jdj0mcF9zZWFyY2hfdHlwZT1hbnN3ZXJzLnNlYXJjaF9ubCZwX3BhZ2U9MQ**&p_li=&p_topview=1). Safest bet? Take your passport.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    There are many fun and exciting activities in Quebec that your whole family will enjoy, from amusement parks to the Tree-Top Adventure where you can walk along trails- up in the trees! The link below will give you more information on these activities. http://bit.ly/9JvxDo
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hello Jennifer, This is a great place to practice your french. We are a very french province surrounded in a sea of English. The people here are very friendly and will be happy to try to speak to you in English however most people speak only a little English so it gives one a lot of opportunity to try out their French. When I first moved here and was learning french, I met many people who were eager to help me with their language. I found this to be a very refreshing change from my trips to France.

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