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Are you attracted to art? Do you like big historical buildings? Do you enjoy the wonders of the natural world? Holidu has exactly what you are looking for. From Château Frontenac to Montmorency Falls and from Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec to Citadelle de Québec, you'll find the best chalets to make you feel special. You will discover the incredible attractions that this city has, from giant historical castles to huge natural waterfalls. The extraordinary beauty of Notre Dame de Quebec will amaze you, and the solemnity of the Place Royale will make you love history even more. This makes Quebec an incomparable destination for many people. Don't wait any longer, grab your things, make your reservation and marvel at Quebec!Chalets with a balcony
Quebec is a beautiful city that offers visitors both fantastic natural wonders and attractions designed by man that make it unique in the world, in addition to that it has an important repertoire of accommodations arranged so that each tourist feels at ease every time. Who visits the city. You can find, for example, a chalet with two huge double bedrooms and two bathrooms, each of the rooms with individual balconies, with a very modern interior style, with a built-in kitchen, dishwasher, microwave and all the utensils. A cozy room with 4 individual pieces of furniture that can be put together to make two large ones, with satellite TV and Wi-Fi and also with two parking spaces. An ideal place to rest after knowing a lot during the day.
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The Citadel of Quebec, also known as La Citadelle, is a massive military fortification built entirely of local sandstone in the 17th century and has since its founding served as a military installation and residence for the monarch and his governor general. The entire complex is an architectural masterpiece and an active military installation where people can enter and appreciate all the history that the oldest fortification in Canada keeps. The place has an impressive museum that exhibits a lot of war material resulting from years of battles in defence of Quebec, paintings that are designed mostly in honour of the military institution and a lot of clothing worn by soldiers. It is possible to take a guided tour with an expert so that you do not miss a single bit of the most important information and as if that were not enough, it has a restaurant and a café where you can regain strength with a delicious local meal after having toured the huge complex.Quebec for art lovers
Quebec is a city that bases a good part of its heritage on its relationship with culture but also with art, that is why people who enjoy this form of expression can feel really attracted to this city. There is a place that is especially relevant and that brings together most of the artistic expressions for the enjoyment of visitors. Founded in 1933, the Quebec Museum of Fine Arts is a place that focuses its intentions on bringing together art, especially from sublime authors from Quebec. Visitors have the opportunity to see a collection of more than 25,000 works produced in this city, some of which are more than 300 years old. The place also has an incredible library where you can read all day long and appreciate its elegant design. It is possible to access a guided tour to see the most relevant works according to the taste of each visitor, or to do it spontaneously and enjoy art in a more intimate attitude.
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The Montmorency waterfall is a huge 83-meter-high waterfall that has the peculiarity of being surrounded by a lush forest with very tall vegetation. Visitors can get very close to the waterfall and listen to its thunderous roar from a bridge that spans it, take a walk in the adjoining forest, or can get up close to the bed that is 17 meteors deep.2. Go to know a hotel in the form of a castle
Founded in 1983 The Château Frontenac is a historic chateau-style hotel located in Old Quebec. Due to its incredible architectural beauty and historical importance to the region, the hotel, which is also a castle, was designated a National Heritage Site of Canada in 1981. Today, visitors, even those who did not use the hotel for lodging, can take a guided tour of its rooms and exhibition halls to delve into the history of Quebec3. Take a tour of the civilizations of the world
The Museum of Civilization is an especially charming place since it is established in a building that has modern architecture despite being in the centre of the historic centre of Quebec, which demonstrates the architectural integration that is not out of place. In the museum, Visitors will have the opportunity to access a guided tour to hear from the voice of experts how humanity has been advancing according to the civilizations that it has gone through throughout history.4. Go tour a famous shopping area
Quartier du Petit Champlain is an area of the Vieux-Québec – Cap-Blanc – colline Parlementaire neighborhood in the La Cité-Limoilou district that is very famous for the number of commercial establishments, restaurants, shops, theatres and all the cultural scene that characterizes to Québec. The area is usually full of people and is the perfect place for visitors to enjoy a good chocolate, to buy gifts and souvenirs or to go see a play produced in the city.5. Go see the oldest cathedral in North America
The Minor Basilica-Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Québec is a marvellous architectural work of art that serves as the seat of the Archdiocese of Québec. Founded in 1874, it is the first church raised to the rank of minor basilica by Pope Pius IX. Visitors have the opportunity to appreciate from the outside the forms of a Catholic religious construction typical of the Gothic style, and from the inside they can appreciate the stained-glass windows and all the artistic wonders that this beautiful place has to offer.6. Get to know the historic heart of Quebec City
Founded in 1608, the royal palace is known as the heart of Quebec City for being the oldest settlement in the entire region. It is one of the first fortifications built in North America and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. Visitors have the opportunity to learn first-hand or through a guided tour the entire history of this impressive historical complex, which tells a good part of the history of Quebec in Canada and probably a good part of the history of French colonization in North America.7. Visit an incredible aquarium
The Quebec Aquarium is an impressive institution with first-class facilities with outdoor and indoor attractions, which has an arsenal of more than 10,000 animals including marine mammals, fish and amphibians. Visitors have the opportunity to take photos up close with sea lions, watch shows with dolphins and whales, touch sharks and see a huge number of fish in their daily dynamics. This is an ideal space to learn a lot about marine species and spend quality time with the family.
FAQs: Chalets in Quebec
Which types of services are offered at the CHALETs in Quebec?
When looking at the amenities you can find on Holidu, it seems that the CHALETs in Quebec have everything that travellers desire! Here, the CHALETs generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: internet (89%), balcony (69%), and fireplace (68%)...Awesome!
How are the reviews for the CHALETs in Quebec?
On average, the CHALETs here have rather positive comments. Last year's data reveals that 39% of CHALETs have a rating of 4.5 stars. This is a quite high ratio which allows us to confirm that there are quite a few that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next vacation.
Are the CHALETs in Quebec suitable for families with children?
Judging by the Holidu data, 64% of CHALETs in Quebec are child-friendly, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the perfect CHALET for you and your family.
Are the CHALETs in Quebec suitable for travellers who wish to take their pets on vacation?
For sure! In Quebec, 26% of the CHALETs give you the opportunity to bring along your furry best friend, 40% even have a garden!
Do the CHALETs in Quebec generally have Wi-Fi?
Yes! According to last year's data, 89% of CHALETs in Quebec include Wi-Fi. You will be able to stay connected at any time!
How much does it cost on average for CHALETs in Quebec?
According to Holidu's data, there don't seem to be many CHALETs in Quebec costing less than CA$100 per night. CHALETs can be very expensive, 11% even cost on average more than CA$500 per night.
Do the CHALETs in Quebec generally have a fireplace or a pool?
Yes! According to Holidu's data, the CHALETs in Quebec are ideal for all seasons. Here, 68% are equipped with a fireplace and 17% a pool.
Are the CHALETs in Quebec suitable for vacations with friends or better for a vacation as a small group?
Here, according to Holidu's database, 60% of CHALETs welcome groups of up to eight travellers, 44% of these CHALETs have at least four bedrooms. But 96% of CHALETs also have facilities for groups of up to four guests, 89% of the CHALETs have at least two separate bedrooms. Quebec is therefore the ideal destination for travelling in small or large groups, with family or friends!
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