Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Romantic Places in Quebec, Canada

Quebec is the only French speaking province of Canada this town is a perfect blend of old and new. It has a rich historical background. Its European atmosphere and its history and culture have made Quebec a favorite tourist destination. The attractive rustic live of old Quebec are scattered among the Eastern Townships. The Laurentians full of ski resorts and peaks, the rocky coast of Gaspe Peninsula and the towering hills on the Saguenay River add to the beauty of the place. The people of Quebec are full of life just like this province. If you plan to visit this marvelous place don't miss the following things.

Top Romantic Places to See in Quebec

Old Quebec

Marked as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, This is one place you just can’t afford to miss. Full of horse-drawn carriages, street entertainers, singers, and artists, particularly at Old Quebec’s own open-air art gallery, Old Quebec feels like a French village.

Old Quebec

Photo Credit – Artur Staszewski

Fortification of Quebec

This is the only fortified city in North America north of Mexico. The 4.6kms long walls and imposing gates this gives you an insight of Quebec’s defense system. The fort gives a view of the beautiful Quebec City.

Fortification of Quebec

Photo Credit – Allan Watt

Montmorency Falls Park

83 meters high. This fall can be best viewed from Parc de la Chute-Montmorency. Take a gondola ride and hike one of the three via ferrata circuits or cross the cove of the falls on the double zip line to admire this majestic water fall.

Montmorency Falls Park

Photo Credit – Dhinakaran Gajavarathan

Place Royale

Look at the historic Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church, the oldest stone church in North America (1688). The murals on the walls of the Place Royale are sure to grab your eyes. It was here that Samuel de Champlain founded his “abitation” in 1608.

Place Royale Quebec

Photo Credit – Dennis Jarvis

Plains of Abraham

This one of the largest urban park in the world. The Plains are perfect for all kinds of activities walking, cycling, picnicking, cross-country skiing, and more. It is here that Quebec’s national holiday is celebrated every June 24.

Plains of Abraham quebec

Photo Credit – Brian Negin

Parc National de la Jacques Cartier

Rivière Jacques-Cartier flows through a deep valley surrounded by steep wall soaring up to 550 m in height. Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and camping are some of the opportunities this area provides you with. Jacques-Cartier region is known as Quebec City’s “green crescent”.

Parc de la Jacques Cartier

Photo Credit – Pierre-Alexandre Garneau

Le Massif de Charlevoix

This beautiful mountain overlooking the river is an amazing view. Skiing in winter is fun! Running down the slopes of this mountain with a vertical drop of 770 meters and an impressive natural snowfall gives you a wonderful feeling.

Le Massif de Charlevoix

Photo Credit – eskimo_jo

Hotel de Glace

North America’s one and only ice hotel has an impressive structure. The ice carving on the walls is unbelievable. This hotel is open only during winters and is quiet a unique thing. So don’t miss it if you visit Quebec during winters.

Quebec Ice Hotel

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Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec

This is the first museum of Quebec. It has vast collection of fine arts. This collection includes Quebecois art from ranging from 1900’s to present day. Dine at the cafe serving authentic cuisines of Quebec.

Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec

Photo Credit – Sandra Cohen-Rose

La Citadelle

This is North America’s largest Fort covering an area of 2.3 sq km. It served as a defence against American invasion. The fort took 100 years to complete. Today the Citadelle is the base of Canada’s Royal 22s.

La Citadelle

Photo Credit – Pierre-Olivier Fortin

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