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Located in Eastern Canada, where the waters of the Saint Lawrence and Montmorency Rivers play with the North American coastline, the iconic Quebec City will be an ideal vacation spot that every world traveller should visit at least once in their lifetime. Featuring all kinds of attractions, landmarks and recreations, tour groups of all styles will have the opportunity to live experiences that are 100% tailored to their tastes and needs, making the most of every spare second holidaymakers have this season. Enhancing your visit even further, Quebec will also feature dream homes throughout the city, promising extremely comfortable stays. Choose this wonderful Canadian city as your vacation destination this year and enjoy days of exciting adventures and nights of relaxing rest thanks to the attributes and services that Quebec and Holidu have in store for you.Stunning vacation rentals equipped with all the best amenities in the market
Found on the banks of the river, where beautiful natural views can be enjoyed, scattered on the outskirts of the city, where other parts of the province can be reached, or on the busiest streets of the settlement, where the best activities and attractions are within easy reach, the vacation rentals that Holidu offers in Quebec will be available at all times to maximize the enjoyment of all tourists. Equipped to survive summer, fall, winter or spring, these fantastic homes will feature luxury amenities ranging from hot tubs and pools to terraces and balconies, making any time of year more manageable. Also featuring stunningly spacious bedrooms, living rooms and bathrooms, these residences will offer impressive accommodations for up to 18 people, allowing couples, families, friends and even workgroups to enjoy travel throughout Eastern Canada. Plan your dream trip and see it come true to the letter by choosing Quebec and Holidu's astounding vacation rentals.
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Presenting an exceptional natural spectacle for any viewer, Montmorency Falls will be a Quebec City attraction that will offer a great start to an epic vacation. Representing a meeting point between the waters of the Montmorency River and the Saint Lawrence River, these 276 feet high waterfalls will not only have a natural factor to add to your visit. Besides presenting exceptional views for all visitors, Montmorency Falls will also offer exciting assets to keep you entertained, having a list of activities available, such as zip-lining and suspension bridges, that will add fun to the daredevils' experience. This fantastic spot is also superb and popular during any season, featuring fireworks festivals in the summer and a snowy paradise in the winter. Open all year round, travellers can also enjoy restaurants and souvenir shops while in the area, presenting options even for foodies and shopaholics of the world wishing to have a good time while admiring the waterfall.Citadelle of Quebec, a beautiful city fortress filled with Canada’s military history
Hosting a total of 200,000 people a year, La Citadelle of Quebec will be a popular attraction in the city that you won't want to miss this vacation season. Enjoying numerous renowned titles, this Quebec landmark will offer a myriad of aspects to travellers' stay, making their experience exciting as well as epic. Remaining an active military installation, this citadel presents multiple attractions for the public and tourists, featuring the Museum of the Royal 22nd Regiment and the Memorial Building as two of its most popular spots. Featuring the shape of a star, this fortress also comprises 22 other buildings, all of which are notable for their neo-Norman architecture and their influence on the citadel. If the Canadian military is of interest to you, or you're just a little curious about the high command housing in Quebec City, a visit to La Citadelle will be all you need to clear up your doubts and add spice to your break.
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Being an aspect that accompanies and marks many parts of the world, history will be a common denominator that every tourist can look forward to while wandering the city. Granting backstories to all who explore, this aspect will serve to make travellers feel more connected to the city, learning in-depth about the occurrences that shaped Quebec into the beautiful settlement it is today. Additionally to La Citadelle, whose influence and renown we have already highlighted, Quebec will also enjoy landmarks that preserve the city's history and celebrate it with pride. Attended by more than 2 million people a year, the Plains of Abraham is one of the most recommended options, promising both moments of activity and fun as well as sessions of learning and knowledge. Used to commemorate the 13th September 1784, these green spaces served as a battleground for the British, who wanted to take on the French forces to gain command of the city and all its influences. Holding off a surprise night attack, the British soldiers were victorious, an achievement that fuelled the military of Britain and led them to take control of Canada the following year. Sparing no detail, the Plains of Abraham Museum, which is located within the borders of the camp, will explain all the events and intriguing stories of the battle, delving even deeper into Quebec's history.Quebec for families
Giving you that family factor you've been longing for this vacation, popular attractions in Quebec will bring moments of relaxation and enjoyment to you and your loved ones. Scattered throughout the city's territory, from its centre to the outskirts of the province, tourists will find hundreds of options, whether in the outdoors or sheltered from the sun and rain. Keeping tons of fun within four walls, the best alternatives we can recommend this season are Méga Parc and Quebec Aquarium. A large complex packed with activities, Méga Parc will be the ideal choice for families of daredevils since the theme park will enjoy roller coasters and thrill rides that will be packed with exhilarating experiences. The complex will also enjoy recreations for younger children and elders thanks to its carousels, fairground rides as well as roller skating and ice skating rinks that will give your visit a more leisurely vibe. Functioning as a complement or, in certain cases, an alternative, the Quebec Aquarium is another of the city's most popular landmarks available to explore. Featuring specialized facilities to preserve species from all over the world, this Quebec attraction will be unmatched by those with a special fondness for animal species. Adding magic to the experience, young and old will also be able to interact with animals of all species, feeding them and learning facts about them that will broaden their knowledge of the animal kingdom. Create epic family moments by choosing Quebec territory as your vacation playground.
Owning approximately 70% of the world's reserve, Quebec is a province renowned for its production of pure maple syrup, processing more than 7,900,000 gallons per year.
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Showcasing interesting points of the city that residents and travellers enjoy strolling through, Quebec's landmarks will be exceptional assets that will complement the touristic experiences of thousands of people perfectly. Featuring historical, scenic or even leisure-focused approaches, these spots will offer the perfect excuse to explore the city, giving travellers a chance to become a little more familiar with Quebec's terrain. Maintaining beautiful structures and spaces, these attractions will also be the ideal backdrops for photos, whether it's a quick selfie or a fantastic family picture. Pedestrianized to offer visitors beautiful views of the Saint Lawrence River and its surroundings, the Quebec Bridge and Terrasse Dufferin will be the best options, reaching heights of 341 feet or presenting beautiful bandstands where you can spend moments of excitement and relaxation alike. Explore the city's terrain and be open to new experiences for an epic Canadian vacation this season.2. Fancy a shopping spree in the Quartier Petit Champlain
Located in the Vieux-Québec - Cap-Blanc neighbourhood, the Quartier Petit Champlain is an area of the city that every shopaholic will love. Maintaining an old and quaint appearance, a shopping spree in this area of Quebec will feel like an out-of-this-world experience thanks to its perfectly cobbled streets and classic facades. Offering variety, shoppers exploring the quarter will find branches of popular brands from around the world as well as independent and nationally owned businesses, allowing them to purchase a multitude of items to suit their every need that can only be found in the nation of Canada. To recharge your batteries, Petit Champlain will also feature luxurious restaurants and bakeries, where groups can enjoy an exquisite lunch or a delicious snack to keep their days invigorated. Known as the oldest district in North America, Quartier Petit Champlain will be the most reliable shopping spot any tourist will find in Quebec City during their visit. Don't miss it and go shopping!3. Be stunned by the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré's beautiful architecture
Enjoying almost half a million visitors a year, the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré will be another of the most popular and eye-catching attractions that any tourist in the territory of Quebec will encounter during their time of leisure. Acclaimed by the Catholic Church, this Basilica is constantly credited for being the scene of numerous miracles, witnessing the healing of disabled and ill people who managed to survive their conditions. Besides presenting numerous awe-inspiring features for the faithful, this landmark also offers something for the agnostic public, boasting an architectural combination of Norman-Gothic and Romanesque Revival styles that dazzles all who visit beyond their belief. Exploring the interior to admire the beautiful stained-glass windows will be all it takes to make you want to come back again and take pictures to remember the moment. That's why, if you have some free space in your vacation schedule, one of the most recommended activities to do is to visit the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré.4. Enjoy the restless nightlife of Quebec while exploring the Grande Allée
Beginning as the site of the Canadian governor's residence in the 17th century, the Grande Allée is a street in Quebec where all the nightlife and community fun is concentrated. Housing all kinds of bars, restaurants and entertainment establishments, a visit with your companions in the evening hours will give you a detailed glimpse of the party vibe Quebecers have, promising you quality experiences at affordable prices that will exceed all your expectations and leave you wanting a second round. Depending on the mood your group is in, Grande Allée will have the perfect option for you such as the Momos Comédie Club de la Taverne, for those who want a good laugh, the Dagobert, for those who want to dance until dawn, or the Ciel! with its 360-degree terrace, for those who prefer exquisite food and nightly views. Whatever it's your choice or vibe during your vacation, a visit to Grande Allée will never disappoint.5. Relax to a new level by visiting Siberia Spa
Helping you take that next step of relaxation during your vacation, the Siberia Spa will be another stellar recommendation for this vacation period. Keeping most of its facilities outdoors, this spa will be available in town to provide you with a unique experience, enjoying dreamlike treatments and spaces that will complement your vacation to perfection. Using techniques from the Siberian nation, guests can expect a range of first-class massages, treatments and therapies, which will help to relax all the muscles in your body and get rid of the accumulated stress that work and routine place on you. Enhancing the experience even further, travellers will also be able to explore the entire resort together with their companions, enjoying hot and cold relaxation tubs as well as saunas and hot springs that will delight all your senses and satisfy all your desires. Accepting loners, couples and large groups, the Siberia Spa will be the ideal place to end your stay in Quebec exceptionally. Invite your companions and prepare to feel renewed in body and soul!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals and Apartments in Quebec
What is the average price for vacation rentals in Quebec?
The COVID-19 pandemic strongly impacted travel in 2020. Quebec had an annual average of around CA$372.96 per night.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Quebec?
Those who want to save as much as possible visit Quebec in November, December, and October, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of CA$292.91, CA$303.93, and CA$309 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When does the price of vacation rentals in Quebec go up the most?
When booking a vacation rental in Quebec, the highest prices are found in the month of May (with an average of CA$430.46 per night), followed by January (CA$420.99), and March (CA$415.39).
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Quebec well in advance?
When planning a vacation to Quebec, we recommend you to think ahead as 68% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
Which months offer the highest availability?
In 2020, the months with the largest number of available properties of the year in Quebec were May, November and June, with average availabilities of 42.6%, 37.75%, and 37%, respectively.
When will it be harder to find an available vacation rental in Quebec?
The months with the lowest properties available in Quebec are, in order, August, February, and July with respective average availability figures of 20%, 24%, and 25%, based on data collected in 2020.
Are there many rentals in Quebec?
In Quebec we offer you an extensive catalogue of approximately 4800 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 13 local and international providers.