Group Activities in Quebec City

THE 10 BEST Large Group Activities & Things to Do in Quebec City

Best Group Activities in Quebec City

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  • Lang A
    Lincoln, NE3 contributions
    My wife and I and another couple went in December to experience the European-like Christmas Markets and had a wonderful time. Old Quebec City is almost like being in France. Friendly people and delicious food.
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Lauren Star
    Chicago, IL12 contributions
    My family went to the falls around Christmas (super cold, snowy) but it was still super cool to see the falls. There are many places to look at the waterfall including towards the base and at the top. When it’s warmer out, there are trails, zip line, and more. Not badly priced (pay to park/entry fee). Overall super pretty and definitely something to see apart from city views and downtown activities.
    Written December 29, 2023
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  • Cindy G
    San Antonio, TX383 contributions
    We spent two days exploring the area's shops and restaurants. Great variety of places to visit. Lighting at night was wonderful and the the area felt very safe. We were there right before Halloween, so everything was decorated. Plenty of places to take photos!
    Written January 12, 2024
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  • TERRAvelista
    London, UK17,547 contributions
    A great place to relax in the sun or in the shade with great views over the water and the Lower town. You can take the funicular from here (right near the statue, located in the glass house) to reach the Lower town, or you can wall all the way to the Citadel (the entrance is on the opposite site though, if you want to visit it). Lots of information about the origins of the terrace and several musicians to entertain you.

    A very romantic place, if you like history and it reminds me of so many historic European cities.

    To one side, there are several hotels, some older than others, with probably bird eye view over this whole location.
    Written October 29, 2023
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  • TERRAvelista
    London, UK17,547 contributions
    To reach the lower town you either take the funicular from the Dufferin terrace for 5 CAD one way/per person (the entrance is located inside the glass square houses right near the statue - don't forget to press on the door to access this area) with the capacity of the funicular of max 6-8 people and going every minute, reaching the old town in 1 minute.

    The other option is to walk all the way here, if you have the energy, and immerse yourself in more touristic attractions with lots of over prices cake shops/ice cream shops/nougaterie or restaurants and fashion shops far detached from the French or European fashion though.

    Cobbled streets located near the water, the ferry not far from here, a gorgeous piazza with people watching as in the style you find in most of Med countries, if you are fortunate to be here on a sunny day.
    Written October 29, 2023
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  • TERRAvelista
    London, UK17,547 contributions
    Gorgeous cathedral and free to access (unlike Notre Dame in Montreal where there is an entry fee of 18 CAD) with the lines you normally find in more northern European cathedrals as opposed of the Portuguese or some Spanish cathedrals for example.

    I liked it's simplicity with only some golden adornments around the altar area besides the usual stained glass typically found here.

    Quiet, despite being located in the busy part of the old Quebec town and just beautiful.
    Written October 29, 2023
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  • WarriorGodess
    Fall River, MA15 contributions
    It will take about 1.5 -2 hours to tour and walk. The views and grounds are stunning. A great place to bring lunch in summer or spring time and eat outside.
    Written January 2, 2024
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  • TimA_22233
    Atlanta, GA236 contributions
    When we walked into the Place, the first words out of my wife's mouth were, "this is SO PRETTY!" This from a woman who's been to Paris (twice!), Rome, and Rio de Janeiro. The colonial buildings around it are close to you, but they don't push in on you; they just add elegance to the scene. It's small, not grand like Piazza Navonna, but it's one of those small spaces that glamorizes easily. When we went, the Place was done up for the Holidays; but I see in Google Images that they do it up for spring and summer, too. Add some tables and umbrellas in the summer, and suddenly it's the French cafe culture. You could spend fifteen minutes here or an hour. Either way you'll enjoy the time, and the thing is: tomorrow you'll remember it and you'll want to come back.
    Written December 28, 2023
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  • George J
    1 contribution
    I love Quebec City! Short flight to experience French cuisine, cobble stone stone streets in one of the oldest cities in North America. And, these French speakers are actually Friendly! Let me not forget to mention the great exchange rate for our dollar.
    Written November 9, 2023
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia45,371 contributions
    The Plains Of Abraham is an important historical area. This is a battlefields park, quite large in size. Its history goes a long way back to the early days of Canada's beginnings. There are museums and many activities that take place here. It is definitely worth visiting and learning so much about the country's French and British past.
    Written October 20, 2023
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia45,371 contributions
    The Parliament in Quebec was built in the second half of the 19th century in the architectural style of the Second Empire. The Louvre in Paris was the inspiration for its design. It is an amazing building. It's quite beautiful both inside as well as outside. After going through a brief security check by some very friendly staff we were free to walk around in most areas of the building and enjoyed our time there.
    Written October 20, 2023
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  • Foodange
    Manchester, UK2,822 contributions
    We love being on the water so couldn’t resist the short ferry across the river to Levis.
    Very efficient all round and strangely quiet on a sunny Sunday morning.
    Sat out on the deck for both crossings.
    Not a great deal new to see apart from the Quebec skyline and that lovely hotel …
    Written October 11, 2023
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  • Mms1952
    Orleans, MA126 contributions
    Great tour in English! - or French. The jail cells, the history of the few women who got educated, the solid wood railings and hewn floors and the library!
    Fiona was a super guide!
    Written January 21, 2024
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  • WarriorGodess
    Fall River, MA15 contributions
    Worth every penny for the tour. If you come in December like we did bundle up in an extra layer. The walking tour is about 1.5 hours and mostly outside. Stunning views and great history here.
    Written January 2, 2024
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  • TERRAvelista
    London, UK17,547 contributions
    The promenade takes you from Dufferin terrace all the way to the back of the Citadel. It is a long walk, so make sure you have comfortable shoes. I liked that is full of wildlife: we saw many birds, squirrels and even a small snake.

    Well maintained, is bears the name of the 'gouverneurs' who used to have their walk here.

    Great views over the water and Lower town in the distance.
    Written October 29, 2023
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