Why Choose Our Destination?
Québec City is one of Canada’s top destinations. With its European charm, rich history, and beautiful landscapes changing with the seasons, the city has everything business visitors could ever want—and more! Like unmatched hotel service and representatives renowned for their efficiency. These seasoned professionals go out of their way to make your life easier and ensure your meeting or conference is successful in every way. You can count on their synergy and attention to detail to organize turnkey events personalized to meet your every need. The result is peace of mind for you—and an unforgettable stay for your guests! Nestled between the mighty St. Lawrence and the imposing Laurentian Mountains, there’s no place like Québec City. A historical treasure chest with a very modern edge, a dynamic city that knows how to relax, a vibrant cultural scene, inviting wide-open spaces—there’s something for everyone. Not to mention friendly, welcoming locals who will do everything they can to make your stay a success! 10 Great Reasons to hold your event in Québec City 1- Because we have world-class facilities and state-of-the-art equipment. 2- Because we boast outstanding accommodations, and the attentioned service to go with them. 3- Because we have delegates who are all model professionals, dedicated to going the extra mile with you before, during, and after every event. 4- Because we enjoy a unique blend of European charm and cutting-edge expertise in the high tech, multimedia, industrial research, and health sectors. 5- Because we get all tourism partners working together, each determined to serve up an unforgettable experience. 6- Because we’re sure to give you a warm, friendly welcome. 7- Because we’re easy to get to and have very little traffic. 8- Because we are a safe city. 9- Because we can offer historical, cultural, and tourist attractions on top of our great dining experiences and happening nightlife. 10- Because we are surrounded by nature, and a host of outdoors activities await just minutes from downtown.
Distance from airport
- Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport
16.09 km from city center
Québec City Convention Centre
National Assembly - Le Parlementaire restaurant
Centre de foires de Québec
The Chapelle of Musée de l’Amérique francophone
Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport
Québec City & Area Québec City has everything a city needs to welcome visitors to our part of the world—and keep them coming back for more. It is a favorite destination for vacations, conferences, and business and incentive trips, with world-class tourism facilities that offer visitors all the modern conveniences and comforts of city living. It also has an international airport, rail links, and an efficient highway network. No matter what your plans for your stay in the Québec City area, you’ll love the safe surroundings and warm hospitality. Culture & Discovery The birthplace of French North America and the only walled city north of Mexico, Québec is an open-air treasure chest that will delight history and culture buffs alike. Its European background and modern, North American character are set off by a heady blend of history, traditional and contemporary art, and French language culture to make Québec City a destination like no other. Visitors flock to Old Québec. This fortified part of the city exudes Old World charm, with winding, cobblestoned streets and a profusion of boutiques, museums, and attractions. From timeless Grande Allée to the trendy Saint-Roch neighborhood, Québec City is a place to slow down and savor the finer things in life. - The City of Québec was founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain and is also known as the cradle of French civilization in North America. - Vieux Québec: proclaimed "world heritage site" by UNESCO in 1985. - Capital of the province of Québec and seat of the National Assembly. - Situated 155 miles east of Montréal. - Area: nearly 3,475 sq. mi. - Population: 632,000 of which 95% are French-speaking; English is widely spoken in all service industries and tourist and shopping areas. - One of the safest regions in North America. - A healthy environment, with clean air and plenty of green space. - Less expensive than the wolrd's major cities. - Nearly 4.5 million tourists in 2012, including over 1,0 million non-Canadian travelers from 75 different countries.