Have you ever wanted to go and visit Quebec City by motorhome? Here is a list of what you need to see and visit and also where you can spend the nights with your vehicle 🚐🇨🇦
What you need to see and visit while in Quebec City by motorhome 👀📸
– The Château Frontenac and the Terrasse Dufferin:
Starting by two places from the XIX° century, you will be amazed by their beauty and their architecture. On one side you will have the Château Frontenac and on the other the Terrasse Dufferin. The Château Frontenac is an historical hotel in Old Quebec opened in 1893. This building is part of National Historic Site of Canada since 1981. It has 611 guests rooms and offer a wonderful view over the Saint Lawrence River.
Few steps away from there, you will find yourself walking on the Promenade de la Terrasse Dufferin offering a terrace to overlook the Citadelle of Quebec and the river. The Terrasse Dufferin has a long history that you can read here.
– Quartier du Petit Champlain
Named after Samuel de Champlain who founded Quebec city in 1608. The Quartier du Petit Champlain is a small commercial zone and it is claimed that it’s the oldest commercial district in North America.
During your walk in this district, you may see 2 murals. One painted on the side of the house located at 102 rue du Petit-Champlain, and the second one 32 rue Notre Dame.
– The Montmorency Falls
The area surrounding the falls is protected within the Montmorency Falls Park. Montmorency Falls are 83 m tall, which means they are 30 m higher than Niagara Falls. In the park, there are several different points of view and each of them will amaze you in a different way. This is a place you can’t miss while in Quebec City!
Other things to see and visit while in Quebec City by motorhome :
- The Plains of Abraham: The park features a multi-media exhibition about the siege of Quebec City and the 1759 and 1760 battles of the Plains of Abraham.
- The Citadelle of Quebec: a military installation on the edge of the Saint Lawrence River.
- Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec: ‘Our Lady of Quebec City’, this church is the oldest church in Canada.
- The Aquarium of Quebec City
- The Observatoire de la Capitale: the best view of Quebec city
- Take the ferry between Old Quebec City and Old Levis, $7 a return, do not hesitate to take it during sunset; I offer that comment.
- And last but not least, if you want to ski, just go here.
Here is a nice view from the Observatoire:
Where you can park your motorhome and sleep 🚐😴
Enjoy your motorhome trip with CaraMaps! 👋🏼