Quebec City boats being the oldest city north of the Mexican border, and as a result is a city rich in history, featuring picturesque historical areas alongside thriving urban centers, as well as many countryside and park areas. Old Quebec offers historical authenticity, with its horse drawn carriages, street performers and artists, and is home to an open-air art gallery.
The City is home to over 20 museums such as the Muee de la civilisation, and over 30 historical sites, meaning any visitor with a love of history and knowledge will be spoilt for choice. The city is also well known for its restaurants serving traditional French and Quebec cuisine like Le Saint Amour.
Fly to Quebec City Jean Lesage Airport (YQB) and experience a travel hub for flights arriving from all over the world. It is in operation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is accessible both from Quebec's Highway 20 and Highway 40, and is well situated for onward travel to Downtown and Quebec Bridge.
There are a variety of travel options for your onward journey including taxis, limousines, car rental and public transport.
Hints and tips
The airport has bars, restaurants and shops selling basics such as food, books and magazines, and travel amenities. There is also free WiFi and onsite ATMs and money exchange desks.