At about 15 minutes from downtown, you can visit the park of Montmorency Falls and admire the magnificent view of the St. Lawrence River and Île d'Orléans.Montmorency Falls are 30 meters Higher Than Niagara Falls.
The Orleans Island
Discovering this wide island near the town, you will discover Several farms Where you can taste and buy local products. Vous pouvez aussi admire the typical architecture of Quebec homes.
VILLAGE HURON WENDAKE
This is a replica of a Huron Village at the Beginning of colonization. A guided tour will Introduce you to the customs and traditions of Native American life. Vous pouvez aussi expecting a Native American dance demonstration.
PARK JACQUES CARTIER
At about 40 km north of Quebec City, you can visit the National Park Jacques Cartier, a wildlife sanctuary in the Laurentians Where has some number of outdoor activities will be offert Such as hiking, canoeing, camping.
What to do near Acacias Bed and Breakfast?
Acacias Bed & Breakfast offers you a multitude of outlets to do around our rent.
You'll love the atmosphere at the European charm of the neighborhood. You will meet carriages, entertainers and street performers, streets Including Treasury
From the top of Cap Diamant, we stroll Dufferin Terrace overlooking the St. Lawrence River and the surrounding area!
FORTIFICATIONS OF QUEBEC
You have the opportunity to travel there icts walls and gates were Imposing Nearly 4.6 kilometers away. In addition to enjoying exceptional views of the city under the French and British regimes you can discover, cannons, loopholes, Citadel asteroid and Its changing of the guard, park-and fortresses are Artillery share of this tour!
PLAINS OF ABRAHAM
Site of the famous battle entre Wolfe Montcalm in 1759. Discover One of the Largest urban parks in the world. Moreover, it is here That Hundreds of Thousands of people welcomed Paul McCartney and Celine Dion at the 400th anniversary, and Where you can soak up the crowd During the National Day of Quebecers!
Stretch your legs on the MOST-attended tours of the city and admire the view of the St. Lawrence River. Dufferin Terrace is a walk along the river at the foot of the Imposing Chateau Frontenac. The long boardwalk is a lively spot Where street artists come here to produce. In winter, a huge ice slide is at the end of the terrace.
BASILICA-CATHEDRAL OF OUR LADY
Built in 1647 under the name of Our Lady of Peace It was the first stone church in the city. In 1664, she est devenu the first parish church in northern Mexico and Was dedicated to Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral To Become 1674.Deux hundred years later, Pius IX Declared That Is it Basilica ie a privileged church pilgrimages Because it arouses.
CHAMPLAIN SMALL NEIGHBORHOOD
Area at the foot of the cliff under the Chateau Frontenac, and Recognized As One of the Most Beautiful sights of Old Quebec. The pedestrian streets lined with shops and bistros offer a warm and romantic in all seasons, purpose They Are PARTICULARLY magical in winter.
PARLIAMENT OF QUEBEC
Built entre 1877 and 1886 the Parliament Building is an Imposing building with four wings form a square. Its architecture is inspired by the Louvre, making it one of the FEW major French architectural buildings in Quebec. First National Historic Site in Quebec, it is the seat of government.
The city will be Invaded by the music and over a million festivalgoers. One indoor and outdoor courses, places of discoveries and celebrations, parading for 11 days Major international stars as emerging artists. Recognized as the Largest arts festival in Canada. Rock, song, hip hop, jazz, classical and world music ... At the heart of Quebec City!
CARNIVAL OF QUEBEC
The Carnival is a great winter festival for the whole family and an experience not to be missed! The Quebec Winter Carnival offers visitors a wide-range of activities for all tastes: snow bath, night parades, slides, giant soccer game, shows, snow sculptures, canoe race on ice skating.
- Martello Towers (fortification)
- Doors Kent St. John and St. Louis (fortification)
- Artillery Park (gun show)
- Chateau Frontenac (historic)
- The Quebec Citadel (military garrison)
LEARN MORE IN MUSEUMS
- Museum of Civilization (ethnographic)
- Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
- Naval Museum of Quebec (nautical)
- French America Museum (history of Quebec)
- Place Royale Interpretation Center (history)
- Museum Ursulines of Quebec (religious art)
- Observatoire de la Capitale (topography)
- Quebec Aquarium Park (fauna)
- Parliament (guided tour)
GOURMET RESTAURANTS IN
There is a wide restaurant numbers on St. Paul Street, Grande Allée, Saint Joseph Street, St. Louis Street, Champlain Street, Cartier Street.
Ask our recommendations.
LIVE TO SEE THE FESTIVALS
- Film Festival
- National Day of Quebecers
- 10 days Music Summer Festival in July
- Festival of New France (historic festival)
- Fireworks Festival (pyrotechnic)
- Velirium (international mountain bike)
- Carnival Quebec
- winter arts festival (snow sculptures)
- ice canoe race tour
RELAX IN THE PARKS
- Wood Park Coulonges (public park)
- Parc de la Chute-Montmorency (drop)
- Cap Tourmente (watching snow geese, black hearts)
- Parc de la Francophonie (outdoors concerts)
- Battlefields Park (Plains Abraham)
- Victoria Park (public park)
- Maizerets Domain Park (Botanical garden)
- Park Pointe-aux-Hares (slip and slide)
-Center Congress (convention center)
- Pepsi Coliseum (sporting events, concerts)
- Université Laval
- Hospital Jeffery Hale (General Hospital)
ENJOY THE SPORT ACTIVITIES
- Sailing (Bassin Louise)
- Swimming (University YMCA)
- Cycling (cycle track green road Lévis)
- Rollerblading (Plains of Abraham)
- Rafting (Tewkesbury)
- Horseback riding (Saints-Anges de Beauce)
- golf courses (St. Augustine, St. Catherine)
- ice skating (Place D'Youville) - Downhill ski center (Mont Sainte-Anne, the Relais) - cross-country skiing (Duchesnay) - Dogsledding (St. -Ferréol-les-Neiges) - Circuit ice canoe race
SHOPPING FOR bottom
- Place Laurier (large shopping center)
- Galeries de la Capitale (commercial and recreational center)
- Chemin St-Foy
- Rue du Petit-Champlain (memories)
- Old Port Market (local produce)
- Rue St-Paul (Ancient Art Galleries)