Routes Americas 2019

The route development forum for the Americas

Québec City, Canada
12 – 14 February 2019

Québec City Guide

A French colony founded at the beginning of the 17th Century, Québec City is the capital of Canada's Québec province and one of the oldest cities on the continent. The city is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the largest winter festival in the world, and some of the most spectacular wonders of nature across the region.

A Winter Wonderland


Québec is one of the world’s most famous winter destinations, offering fantastic activities to suit all ages and interests.

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Explore Québec City

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Québec boasts a unique and rich heritage, beautiful parks and unforgettable buildings.

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The Wider Region

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Located only a few miles outside of Québec City are several areas of astounding natural beauty. 

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History and Heritage

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Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Québec’s many districts collectively encapsulate over 400 years of history.

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Cultural Sites

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Since the beginning of the 17th Century, Québec has witnessed the construction of many sacred buildings.

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Parks and Leisure

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There are many nature attractions and places of entertainment within Québec City which provide the ideal relaxation setting.  

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Québec City offers many shopping locations catering to all tastes.

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With a deep francophone culture running through the heart of the region, Québec's cuisine embodies the perfect melange of rich, French cuisine and hearty North American food. 

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Pubs and Bars

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Québec City is famous for its microbrewery pubs, where you will discover craft beers brewed by locals. For a more contemporary atmosphere, the city’s collection of bars serve delicious cocktails and a selection of wines.

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