The Traveller – Québec City
How to Get There
Via Rail – Ottawa to Quebec City
We suggest that instead of making the 5 hour drive, you book yourself a train ticket to Quebec City so you can put your feet up, relax and enjoy the trip.
Read a book, watch a movie or just look out and enjoy the scenery as you travel in comfort towards your destination.
Where to Stay
Hotel de Glace – Quebec City’s Ice Hotel
Open January 4th to March 25th, 2018
Upon check-in, enjoy a cocktail in a glass made of ice and head to one of the 44 themed ice suites to experience a night in this unique and architecturally sensational hotel made of ice.
You can also unwind and relax in one of the hotel’s outdoor hot tubs and saunas during your stay.
Over a million guests have visited the Hotel de Glace since it opened in 2001, making it a must-see destination for anyone wishing to experience something truly unique this Winter.
Places to Visit
QUEBEC CITY WINTER CARNIVAL
Quebec City is home to the World’s Biggest Winter Carnival where you can enjoy the snow sculptures, dog sled races, the Ice Palace, a snow bath and many more carnival activities.
VALCARTIER VACATION VILLAGE:
Enjoy the world’s largest winter playground at this vacation village, where you can even go tubing your way down the snowy slopes and exploring the winter scenery around the village.
PARC DE LA CHUTE-MONTMERCY:
Inside the frozen walls you can enjoy a cornucopia of winter activities that range from rappelling down frozen cascades to even trying ice canoeing… if you are feeling romantic, you can go for a skate together at Place D’Youville’s rink, which is well known for its Old Quebec romantic feel.
Where to Eat
After a day outside, you can enjoy great cocktails and an intimate setting (with a spectacular menu) at Legende, a trendy upscale restaurant on Rue Saint Paul. We recommend that you call for reservations in advance to ensure you get a spot at this popular venue in Quebec City.
75 Grand-allee Est
This very popular nightclub was formerly a three-story mansion that has been converted into 3 floors of dancing and drinks.
If you are headed to Chez Maurice, you should dress to impress. When you’ve had enough of the dancing and music, you can head down to its ‘Societe Cigar’ to enjoy a stogie and smooth jazz for a more relaxed atmosphere, if that is what you are looking for.