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The Quebec City Guide

You don’t have to travel across the world to find a little bit of Europe. Quebec has you covered

Fall in love with” little Europe” in Quebec, one of the most European cities in all of North America. This enchanting city truly allows you to feel as though you are actually overseas with your love. As you walk about the streets, you will find plenty of pubs, eateries, and shops. In the wilds, you can take your partner on a Zipline adventure featuring over 3, 000 feet of line over Quebec’s vast expanse of lush evergreen forests or check out the falconers in the woods with the professionals. If you are looking for more of a cozy, in-town adventure, you can explore the Chateau, the Notre Dame Cathedral, Old Town with its many boutiques, and of course, Parliament. Each of these places reflects the European roots to which it clings and provides a romantic setting for every couple to enjoy.

Where to Stay

Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
Quebec mirrors Europe in many ways. In particular, it, like most of Europe, has what most would call a castle, or rather, a Chateau, and this hotel fits that bill perfectly. Luxury incarnate, this stay speaks for itself with its massive grandeur, riverfront views, and rich interior! View on Google.

Clarendon Hotel
Established in 1870, Hotel Clarendon is the oldest hotel in Quebec. Its prime location amidst the city’s European style and beautiful architecture allows you to take in all the best views from the privacy and comfort of your own room. View on Google.

Hotel 71
Explore Upper Town and Lower Town of Old Quebec in this lovely hotel that lets you escape your usual routine, and do so in a place that seamlessly combines luxury, ambiance, history and architecture.  Each of the 60 rooms and suites are designed for comfort and are meticulously curated for a unique experience in this dynamic city. View on Google.

Where to Eat

Chez Boulay
Located in Manoir Victoria Hotel, this restaurant keeps with the season and works with local resources for a farm to table menu. Sumptuous and carefully prepared, this eatery will make your tastebuds ignite with delight. View on Google.

Le Griendel: Brasserie Artisana
Aocated by the Johnny Cash Museum and less than a mile from Downtown Nashville, Liberty Common is known for its southern style comfort food and fare. With its chic atmosphere and full bar and patio, there is plenty of space to grab a bite and have a few drinks with your love. View on Google.

Le Chic Shack
While Quebec is mostly known for its delectable French and European infused dishes, Le Chic Shack features a wide assortment of burgers and poutines. From venison to veggie patties, this eatery is great for a quick bite after a long day of sightseeing and exploring. View on Google.

Where to Shop

Originally created in Toronto in 1973, Roots is all about comfort and style. This Canadian shop is most widely known for its sweats, jackets, and trendy genuine leather products View on Google.

Blanc Mouton
Le Blanc Mouton or the White Lamb has been family-owned, operated, and designing their looks for over 40 years. This adorable boutique features modern peasant looks with chic simplicity. View on Google.

La Maison Simons
A clothing store for all budgets, La Maison Simons features trendy casual wear and graphic tees. Located near Old Port, this laid back clothing store is great for a day of shopping and exploration. View on Google.

Best Place to Watch The Sunset

Terrasse De Levis
This historic sight has more than just history under its belt. It also happens to be one of the most prime spots to catch a perfect Quebec sunset. As the sun sinks below the city’s skyline, you will be able to see a gorgeous tangerine sky reflected by the St. Lawrence river, making for a wonderfully romantic sunset view. View on Google.

Perfect Picnic Spot

Parc de la Plage-Jacques-Cartier
This inviting riverfront park features gorgeous water views, a beach to walk on after the picnic is done, and a forest to explore; one of the few that is open to the public. Take your love on a romantic riverside picnic and soak up the sun as you watch the cityscape and take in the exquisite scenery. View on Google.

Date night idea

Isle of Bacchus
Named after the Roman god of wine, this quaint winery represents its namesake well. Take your love for a romantic evening of wine tasting, laughter, and beautiful sunset views of the vineyard and the rest of the property.  View on Google.

Places to get lost in

Ile d’Orleans
Just a short car ride away from downtown Quebec is a small island that has been seemingly untouched by time, and is full of charm and adventure. Take a bike ride with your love and then take the day to explore, pick apples from local orchards, or roam around the Sainte-Famille; Ile d’Orlean’s oldest parish. View on Google.

Hidden Romantic Spot

Jardins de Quatre-Vents
With hidden romance in mind, the Jardins de Quatre Vents is the perfect place to go. With a thousand different botanical species, quaint forest waterfalls, and beautiful scenery, these private gardens are the perfect place to rendezvous with your love and enjoy each other and the quiet of nature. View on Google.

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