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City Guide by Gentologie - Québec City

Oh, the beautiful city of Quebec, nicknamed the Old Capital, is one of the oldest cities in Canada. Its gastronomy makes it one of the queen cities with names such as The Champlain of the Château Frontenac or Daniel Vézina at Laurie Raphaël, it is impossible to ignore the capital of Quebec.

 

 

WHERE TO EAT IN QUEBEC CITY

Quebec City - Battuto
Le Battuto Photo: Normand Boulanger | Gentologie

The Champlain of The Fairmont Château Frontenac

One of the best restaurant of the city, always a magical place.

Address: 

1, rue des Carrières
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1R 4P5


Le Laurie Raphaël

Created and lead by the great Daniel Vézina, with his son Raphael at his side, the restaurant has undergone changes in recent years to put the customer back in the center of the experience. Open less often, except for groups, and with a menu under 5 or 3 themes, they want to explore their universe. Note that schedules change according to the seasons.

Address: 

117 rue Dalhousie
Quebec City, Qc
Canada
G1K 9C8


Battuto

Recipient of the “Best New Restaurants in Canada” Award from EnRoute Magazine in 2017, we find Italy, a little reinvented. Guillaume St-Pierre and his team welcome in their small restaurant, 40 people. No more no less. But it’s the price to get to perfection.

Address: 

527 Boulevard Langelier,
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1K 5P7

WHERE TO HAVE A COCKTAIL IN QUÉBEC CITY

Quebec City - Fairmont Le Château Frontenac - 1608
The 1608 at Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Quebec City

Le 1608

Probably the most beautiful bar in Quebec City, if not of the province of Quebec. It helps that it is located in the Château Frontenac. Here, beautiful views, delicious cocktails with a more about Quebec products and a selection of very luxurious products.

Address: 

1, rue des Carrières
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1R 4P5


WHERE TO STAY IN QUÉBEC CITY

Quebec City - Fairmont Le Château Frontenac Corner Room
A corner room at Fairmont Le Château Frontenac Photo: Normand Boulanger | RDPMAG

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

The most photographed hotel in the world. Renovated recently, its rooms are beautiful. You can not go wrong with le Château!

Address: 

1, rue des Carrières
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1R 4P5


Hôtel Le Germain Québec

Built at the beginning of the 20th century in Old Quebec and formerly known as the Germain-Dominion, Le Germain Quebec City is the first boutique hotel in Quebec City. You will be quickly charmed by this institution. A haven of peace in the lower Quebec city.

Address: 

126, rue Saint-Pierre
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1K 4A8


Auberge Saint-Antoine

Located a stone’s throw from the Quartier Petit Champlain, in the heart of the Old Port and facing the majestic St. Lawrence River, the latter is located in the heart of Old Quebec. Member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux association since 2005, this hotel will not leave you indifferent.

 

Address: 

8 Rue Saint-Antoine
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1K 4C9


Le Bonne Entente – Hôtel Contemporain

Located a few minutes from Old Quebec, in the Sainte-Foy borough, Le Bonne Entente hotel will offer you a remarkable stay, whether for a business trip or for pleasure. The Bonne Entente is one of the most luxurious hotels in Quebec City and benefits from the services of incredibly dedicated and experienced staff.

Address: 

3400 Chemin Sainte-Foy,
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1X 1S6

WHERE TO ENTERTAIN IN QUEBEC CITY

Musée national des beaux-art du Québec
Musée national des beaux-art du Québec

Musée national des beaux-art du Québec

The Grand Museum of the National Capital. It promotes and preserves Quebec art from all periods, from early art to contemporary art, and ensures a presence of international art through acquisitions, exhibitions and other animation activities. With more than 40,000 works since the 17th century, the Museum is the living memory of Quebec art and artists.

Address: 

179 Grande Allée Ouest
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1R 2H1


Musée de la Civilisation

The latter presents temporary thematic exhibitions and permanent ones, most of which are related to the humanities and social sciences. It has an important collection of objects of ethnographic and historical interest. It offers guided tours, interactive exhibitions, a restaurant, a lounge and shows. In twenty years, it has received more than thirteen million visitors

Address: 

85, rue Dalhousie
Quebec City, QC
Canada
G1K 8R2