Quebec City, QC, Canada is located on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River. The history and architecture of this, mostly French speaking, city dates back to the 1600's. The highlights of this historical city are the stone walls of Old Quebec (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Citadelle of Québec National Historic Site, the Montmorency Falls and the great selection of eclectic shops, bistros, art galleries, restaurants, boutiques in and around Quebec City.
Activities most enjoyed in Quebec City and the surrounding areas include waterfalling, hiking, cycling, biking, camping, sightseeing, walking touring, picnicking, boating, sailing, shopping, skiing and snowboarding.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing park and trail destinations located in Quebec City and the surrounding areas includes the Montmorency Falls, Battlefields Park (Plains of Abraham), Terrasse Dufferin, Parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, Esplanade Park, Governor's Promenade, Route de la Nouvelle-France and Île d'Orléans.
Some of the most visited sightseeing attractions, art galleries, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Quebec City, Quebec include Old Quebec Fortifications, Citadelle of Quebec National Historic Site of Canada, Musée de la civilisation, Morrin Centre, Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec, Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Government House, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Parliament Building, Old Quebec Funicular, and the De l'Artillerie Park.
Services important to vacation planning in and around the community of Quebec City, BC includes accommodations (hotel, motel, inns, resorts, vacation homes, cottages, lodges, bed and breakfast, rental suites, hostels), tours, guides, campgrounds, pubs, restaurants, gas stations, laundromats, gift stores, liquor stores, big box stores, grocery stores, coffee shops, cell service, internet, banks and transportation services including taxi, bus, car rental, marina, and the Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport.