Your Guide to the Historic Old Port of Québec
A Charming Slice of Paradise Along the St. Lawrence River
Quebec’s Old Port is one of the city’s most charming neighborhoods, located at the edge of the breathtaking St. Lawrence River with a marina, markets, and so much more to explore during your stay in Québec City.
Filled with antique shops, quaint alleyways, and inviting galleries, restaurants, and cafes, the Old Port is a must-visit during your stay at our hotel, one of the closest to this magical neighborhood. There’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Old Port of Québec, with activities and things to do for culture and history buffs, food connoisseurs, leisure seekers, and everyone in between.
In summer, the Old Port is a great spot for strolling the docks and enjoying a delicious ice cream cone. Come fall, the arrival of large luxury cruise ships attracts crowds of spectators. Year-round, the Old Port Market in Downtown Québec, referred to locally as Marche du Vieux-Port de Québec, is considered one of the largest and most beautiful markets in North America, with a variety of wares, gourmet goods, and a fresh farmer’s market attracted thousands of visitors each day.