Expert Travel Advice to Quebec City

Top Answers To Quebec City Travel Questions

  • 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.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    If you can, I suggest you fly to Burlington, Vermont. It`s a small airport but very friendly. Then you could rent a car and drive across the border. You`re looking at about a 4 hour drive. It`s a boring highway but well worth the money you`ll save. It`s very easy to follow signs to Quebec City (highway 20). Try booking a hotel/motel in Levis. It`s just accross the bridge from Quebec City but much cheaper. You can pretty much walk around and see the Plains of Abraham (battlefield), The Citadel, the Old Port & Chateau Frontenac (take pics to show the kids a real castle). Parking is a bit of a pain and if you can get bus shuttle service it`ll save you a headache. Lots of Cafes, shops and history. An evening stroll along the St. Laurence is very romantic ;) AND if you have a car you can drive to the Chutes de Montemorency which is also very easy to get to. Montreal is 3 hours from Quebec and abt 1 hour detour, if you have time. Enjoy!
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    VIA Rail Canada runs three to four services each day in each direction between the two cities. The journey usually takes just under three hours.
  • Anonymous user answered:
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