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As the capital city of its eponymous province, Quebec holds all the charm you’d expect from one of the oldest cities in North America. You may feel caught between two worlds as you follow the current of St. Lawrence River—and that’s not just alluding to the city’s bilingual signage. Antiquity meets imagination amongst aboriginal traditions, French-inspired chateaus, and colorful festival parades. Start planning your trip to "La Vieille Capitale" by browsing and booking lovely Quebec hotels. And, if you find yourself wondering what to do in Quebec, you need only to look around and take it all in. Here’s a peek at what awaits…
On the southeast side of Canada, Quebec is a cobblestoned paradise for museum mavens and art aficionados. Start your whirlwind tour in the central Old Quebec district at the Musée des Ursulines de Quebec—a preserved nunnery dating back to the late 17th century. More than a place of prayer and meditation, this site is considered a local treasure along with the other well weathered Old Quebec attractions.
Likewise, you’ll understand the Québécois joie de vivre as you look out over the water from Parc de la Plage-Jacques-Cartier. Pack a picnic of gravy-laden poutine and watch the river float by. It’s the perfect place to catch your breath before taking a foray through Quebec’s sequined side. Yes, quiet Quebec often plays host to performances by Cirque du Soleil, after its founding performer walked on stilts from Baie-Saint-Paul to Quebec City to fund the world-famous troupe.
If your heart quickened at the mention of “gravy-laden poutine” it’s time to travel. With 271,000 hotels worldwide and 400 airlines waiting in the wings, Travelocity makes it easy to save on Quebec vacations, so you can concentrate on the finer details of your trip…do you want avocado or duck confit on your poutine?