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City Guide: Quebec (Our Recent Trip)

Hi Everyone!

We just got back home from a wonderful trip to Quebec! 
We decided we wanted to get out of town (and I guess out of the country) for a winter break with our girls. 

Quebec is a fabulous city!  In the winter, it is truly a fairy tale with snow everywhere. We had to pack very warm clothes as some days it was freezing, but we were able to brave the cold since we bought snow rated boots and coats and definitely layered up. Hot cocoa and mulled wine helped too!

Check out my recommendations on where to stay, eat, and more.

Where to Stay:
We stayed at the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac

The hotel is a gorgeous, 5 star castle-like building with several great restaurants and many amenities

(Scroll down to the end for the remaining recommendations)

Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac


The lobby was decorated with many Christmas trees. There is a nice gift shop and art gallery on either side of the trees.

Toboggan Slide Just Outside Hotel

1884 Cafe Just Outside the Hotel

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides (Available at the hotel)

German Xmas Market

Maison Smith (Cafe)

Places To Eat:
Cafes for Breakfast/Lunch:  

Champlain  ($$$) 
Sam ($$)
Les Trois Garcons (casual) ($)

Things to Do:

Shopping in Petit Champlain (picturesque!)
Toboggan Rides
Ice Skating
Ride the Funicular
Dog Sledding
Horse Drawn Carriage
Museum Tours
High Tea at Fairmont Frontenac
Ferry Tour on the River
German Christmas Market 
Ice Hotel
Christmas Market by the Water



laurette Poulin said...

Its my own town , its magical especially the Petit Champlain

laurette Poulin said...

Its my own town , its magical especially the Petit Champlain