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Quebec City touristic growth in winter

Quebec City touristic growth in winter

Winter 2018: another record! In a previous blog, it was pointed out that in 2017, Ville de Québec had its best performance for life, surpassing 2008, the year of Quebec City’s 400th anniversary. This week, the Quebec City Tourism Office issued a press release...
Welcome to the G7 summit

Welcome to the G7 summit

G7 Summit … Canada assumes the presidency of the 2018 G7 Summit that will be held June 8 and 9 at the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, in La Malbaie in the Charlevoix region. A bit of history… The Group of Seven (G7) is formed of seven countries: Canada, France,...
What’s new for the 2018 tourism season

What’s new for the 2018 tourism season

Semi-private walking tour Join a small group (maximum of 8 people) and discover Old Quebec with a certified guide. You will be immersed in the heart of French America. Explore the narrow streets of Québec City and discover its architectural, heritage and historical...
Quebec, northern city!

Quebec, northern city!

Quebec, northern city! Despite the polar cold at the beginning of the year, many outdoor activities are accessible to residents and tourists in an enchanting setting The Carnaval de Québec (January 26 to February 11) – This history of celebrations spanning from...
Bravo Québec!

Bravo Québec!

Last October, the Québec City Board of Tourism (l’Office du Tourisme de Québec) issued a press release announcing that 2017 was the best summer season in history. The statistics even showed that this year blew the 2008’s record, year of Québec’s 400th...