Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Romantic Things to do in Quebec, Canada

Quebec has a rich historical and cultural background. A mixture of old and new, this province of Canada looks like a French town. There is a lot to see and a lot to do here. Planning a trip to Quebec means you need to make a list of all the things you plan to do. This place provides you with ample of opportunities. The lively Quebec has a lot of activities for all. So we will help you make an itinerary for your vacation and point out the main things to do here.

Things Couples Can Do in Quebec

Whale Watching Cruise

Travel to Baie-Sainte-Catherine by road and then board either a large, three-level observation boat or a small, open-air zodiac boat. Experience the adventure of marine life and watch the whales, belugas, seals and lot more in the water world.

Whale Watching

Photo Credit – Enoch Ross

Hot Air Balloon

Rise high in the sky and get a bird’s eye view of the Quebec City and surrounding areas in a hot air balloon. Take a sunrise flight and watch the city rise from sleep, or choose a sunset flight to see the calmness of the dusk.

Hot Air Balloon

Photo Credit – Nicolas Raymond

Dine on Cruise

Unwind on a Quebec City dinner cruise. Dine on a delectable 5-course dinner with wines as the cruise passes enchanting Old Quebec. Dance all night as the house band plays. Take your sweetheart along and make it a memorable date.

Dine on Cruise

Photo Credit – Doug

Street Performances

The streets of Quebec are full of painters, musicians, and all kinds of artists who color the city with their performances. You’ll find creativity in its full bloom in every corner of Quebec pointing towards the magnificence of this place.

Street Performances

Photo Credit – Phil Norton

Quebec City Summer Festival

Be a part of this grand event and watch the streets transform into a large open stage. The event takes place in July, when artists from all over the world come here to showcase their talent and be appreciated.

Summer Festival

Photo Credit – Gee Pena

Fetes de la Nouvelle France, Quebec

Literally translated as The New France Festival, this annual event is held every year in August. History is brought to life for visitors by artists from different disciplines. The festival is brought to life with parades and performances of all sorts.

New France Festival

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Canyon Sainte-Anne

This a fantastic vertical gorge, carved by the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River, 6 km east of Beaupré,Quebec, Canada. The river drops over a 74 m waterfall within the canyon. The landscape allows people to discover giant potholes and other cascades. Rock-climbing, via ferrata and rappelling the canyon walls are permitted with administration.

Canyon Sainte Anne

Photo Credit – CSaint Lin

Le Saint-Amour

Le Saint-Amour is famous for its prepared grills and seafood. Perhaps more imposing is their excellent wine selection, with over 10,000 bottles in the cellar. The glass-domed ceiling decorated with hanging plants makes the ambience alluring.

Le Saint Amour

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