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Quebec City, QC Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 63
Total Sleeping Rooms 6,773
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 613
Committable Meeting Rooms* 28
Convention Center Space 21,554 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 6,950 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $403
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $148
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $323
*Maximum for a single hotel

Quebec City, QC Things to Do and Attractions

Notre-Dame-De-Quebec Basilica Cathedral

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Originally built in 1647, the Notre-Dame-De-Quebec Basilica-Cathedral has been twice destroyed by fire, but always rebuilt on its original site. As North America's oldest parish, the Notre-Dame remains a stunning piece of both history and

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Musee de l'Amerique francaise

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Located in a building that is part of the Seminaire de Quebec site, the Musee de l'Amerique francaise is Canada's oldest museum. Today the museum explores the settlement and development of French culture in North America, with collections that range

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Musee de la civilisation

Part of a larger museum complex, the Musee de la civilisation proclaims itself as "for and of the people." The museum's captivating exhibits, housed in a modern limestone and glass building designed by Moshe Safdie, attract hundreds of thousands of

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Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec

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Located in Battlefields Park, the Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec is comprised of three buildings representing three styles and periods. The Grand Hall, with its glass walls and vegetation-topped roof, serves as the reception area and

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Parliament Building

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The Parliament Building, also known as Hotel du Parlement, is one of the most important structures in Quebec City and home of the National Assembly. Designed in the Second Empire architectural style, this imposing building features four wings and a

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Shrine of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre

For over 350 years, the Shrine of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre has been a pilgrimage site for not just Catholics but non-Christians as well. The cross-shaped basilica, which was rebuilt in 1922 following a fire, features a central vault covered in mosaics

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Laurier Quebec

As the largest shopping center in Eastern Canada, Laurier Quebec attracts over 13 million people each year. Shopaholics can explore 350 stores offering up goods of all kinds, from diamond and pearl jewelry at Bijouterie Latendresse to the latest

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Place-Royale

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Considered the birthplace of French culture in North America, Place-Royale was the first permanent settlement of New France and its central town and marketplace during the 17th and 18th centuries. Resorted to its original grandeur, this historic

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Quartier Petit-Champlain

Located in Old Quebec City, the quaint rue du Petit-Champlain features over 50 one-of-a-kind shops, art galleries, bistros and restaurants. Narrow cobblestone streets, wrought-iron street lamps and hand-painted signs create a distinctly historic and

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575 Grand-Allee

Grand-Allee is one of the most popular streets in the city. Its fame is no surprise, considering attractions like the entertainment complex at 575, a century-old building that formerly housed the offices of Quebec Premier Maurice Duplessis. Cigar

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La Barberie (Microbrewery)

Brewing high-end beer since 1996, this environmentally-conscious microbrewery encourages enlightened consumption. Guests can enter the tasting room and terrace to sample a selection of eight varying beers, which may range from the brewery's India

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Pub Saint-Alexandre

An institution on Upper Town's main shopping street for over 18 years, the Saint-Alexandre maintains its long tradition of offering a diverse menu of delicious cuisine and a wide range of international beers. In fact, the pub offers one of the

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Croisieres Le Coudrier

With over 30 years of experience, Croisieres Le Coudrier invites passengers to experience Quebec from the water. Among its most popular options for groups are the 90-minute Sightseeing Tour, which offers views of the Montmorency Falls and Cap

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Tours Voir Quebec

The Grand Tour offered by Tours Voir Quebec is a two-hour excursion through all the important places of interest in Old Quebec City. Each group of 15 people will be treated to a truly fun and educational experience as professional guides delve into

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Le Cafe du Monde Restaurant

For guests who cannot make it to Paris, Le Cafe du Monde is the next best thing. Offering "an ambiance that can only be found in the vicinity of the Eiffel Tower," the cafe-creates the feel of French bistros and coffeehouses with its black and white

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L'Echaude Restaurant

A cozy bistro in Old Port, L'Echaude Restaurant has established a faithful clientele over the past 20 years, encouraging diners to return for its "daily culinary invention" and pleasing menu of classical French dishes. Favorites include duck confit

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La Fenouilliere Restaurant

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With its fresh gourmet cuisine, professional service and world-class wine cellar, La Fenouilliere consistently garners top awards such as the AAA Four Diamond Award and the Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence. Once seated within the

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Laurie Raphael Restaurant

With its flawless service and carefully-selected menu, it's no surprise that Laurie Raphael has been showered with accolades such as Restaurant of the Year by the Debeur Guide for seven consecutive years and four stars from the Mobile Guide for five

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Panache Restaurant

Located in Lower Town's well-reputed Auberge Saint-Antoine, Panache makes a statement from the moment patrons walk in the door. A former 19th century Hunt maritime warehouse, the dining room features stone walls, wood beams and soft lighting.

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Initiale Restaurant

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Quebec City's Restaurant Initiale offers some of the best French cuisine in the city within its sophisticated and contemporary dining room. Relying on local ingredients, Chef and Co-owner Yves Lebrun invites guests to select from a seasonal menu,

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Huron Traditional Site

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Guests can immerse themselves in the history, culture and lifestyle of the Huron Indians at the Huron Traditional Site, also known as "ONHOÜA CHETEK8E." One of the most authentic re-creations of these indigenous peoples, the site features a

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Insectarium de Quebec

Opened in 2007 at the Notre-Dame-des-Bois Centre, the Insectarium de Quebec features both mounted and live collections along with a Butterfly House. The mounted collection offers over 200 frames of insects from around the world, while the live

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Mega Parc des Galeries de la Capitale

Located in Les Galeries de la Capitale the largest and most popular commercial complex in Quebec Mega Parc is the 2nd largest indoor amusement park in North America. Visitors can enjoy 20 attractions, including a Ferris wheel, Olympic-size skating

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Parc Aquarium du Quebec

Re-opened in 2002 after extensive renovations, the Parc Aquarium du Quebec invites guests to explore the ecosystems of the St. Lawrence River and Canadian waters. Roughly 10,000 fresh and salt water fish specimens, reptiles, amphibians, marine

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Plains of Abraham

Located in Battlefields Park, the Plains of Abraham is the site of the historic Battle of the Plains of Abraham, a pivotal battle of the Seven Years' War, as well as the Battle of Sainte-Foy nearly one year later. Today, the green expanse is one of

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Valcartier Vacation Village

A 20-minute drive north of Quebec City, Valcartier Vacation Village is Canada's largest water park. With over 15 water attractions, 35 waterslides, two themed rivers, a modern campground, whitewater rafting and guided family river tours, Valcartier

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Mont-Sainte-Anne

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Just a 30-minute drive from Quebec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne lures skiers from Europe to Japan with its 800-meter altitude and 465 acres of skiable terrain. Guests can take advantage of 65 trails, 17 of which are available for night skiing, at skill

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Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

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Undoubtedly the most breathtaking feature of the stunning Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is the 83-meter-high Montmorency Falls, which mark the end of the Montmorency River as they drop into the St. Lawrence River. Guests can experience the roaring

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Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier

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Located 30 minutes from Quebec City, this 670-square-kilometer mountainous plateau offers some of the best recreational activities in the region. Cut by several glacial valleys, the park's deep gorges are home to rivers including the Jacques-Cartier,

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