Would love to have 2 days in this historic city. Did not get to make it to Montmorency Falls and regret it. However, if cruising south you will be able to see it from the ship unless it is dark. Just spent the day walking around the historic section.
Visited: Aug 26, 2017
Lovely city. Great to explore.
Visited: Aug 09, 2019
The HopOn-Hop Off double decker bus is the best way to see the city. I like to do the whole circuit, then do it again, getting off at places that interested me during the first circuit.
Visited: Jun 03, 2017
#1 best port of all. So much to see, many restaurants, shopping is "off the wall" great. Beautiful historic buildings and of course......Chateau Frontenac.
Visited: Sep 27, 2019
Quebec was one of the main reason for me to take this cruise. It did not disappoint. Totally enjoyed the European feel and charm it offered. We took the walking excursion tour in the morning, and then explored it ourselves for the rest of the day. We also took an excursion to see the countryside and the Montmorency Fall the next day. Totally enjoyed it and walking the bridge over the Falls was a great experience. Wonderful!!
Visited: Aug 31, 2019
At this point in your cruise, you will be treated to the French-Canadian culture. Quebec City is a place rich in history. The cuisine is different but flavourful. With few exceptions, the people are friendly. Prices are reasonable. If you want to practice speaking French, don't be too disappointed. First of all, you will find that folks all across Quebec speak a "patois" that varies from community to community. It varies to the extent that folks on one side of the city can barely comprehend those from the other part of town. It is not the Parisian french you learned in school. Another "problem" with trying to speak French is that you may find that the folks here will speak to you in English. This may prove to be a relief to many travelers. Do not miss visiting the Citadel that overlooks the city. It is a remnant of the days of passenger rail travel in Canada.
This city is absolutely breathtaking! Everywhere you turn there's something else to photograph. Very European feel to this city, in spite of bad weather, I walked as much of the city as I could & still missed a lot.
We did a walking tour and a Carriage ride. This is a very beautiful city and worth the time to get out and see it. Enjoyed the entire day, including the short cable car ride up to the upper city.
Visited: Jul 20, 2017
Beautiful city and great people. Very relaxing and laid back as compared to larger cities that we have visited. The Chateau Frontenac is very beautiful and historical and there were several nice cafes nearby to enjoy a glass of wine.
This is a beautiful city. You need to find time to spend extra time here. We went on the Combo Historical and Food Tour of the Old Quebec City from Marriott or Viator.. It was great - 6 courses in 6 different restaurants in the Old City with a walking tour going into the night. Carol was our guide and she was incredible. Quebec is an extremely walkable port - but be warned if in season you may be at the farthest away dock - ours was a tent - but its just an extra mile or so past a really nice marina. The negative is an industrial build blocks the view of the city from the ship.
Visited: Sep 21, 2018
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