Planning an event in Québec City means offering event attendees a taste of the French Canadian flavor. And while French is spoken by most of the locals, event planners and attendees alike will be charmed by Québec City’s warm hospitality. As convention attendees explore Québec City during after their events, the "je ne sais quoi" and friendly atmosphere of each neighborhood will blow them away.
Old Québec and Saint-Jean-Baptiste
This UNESCO World Heritage Site — the only fortified city north of Mexico — is a quick walk from the Québec City Convention Centre. It shows off the history and heritage that visitors expect to find in Québec City, with plenty of architectural masterpieces and old-world charm. The neighborhood is filled with monuments, art galleries, and museums, all set in a festive, bohemian atmosphere.
St-Roch and Limoilou
Newly revitalized, these adjacent neighborhoods in Québec City’s Lower Town boast an effervescent, contemporary vibe. High-tech and video-game companies are the hallmark of St-Roch, which also houses a number of one-of-a-kind boutiques and restaurants. The dining options are even more renowned in Limoilou, a foodie's paradise with lush, tree-lined streets.