Quartier Petit-Champlain (a few steps away)
Taking a stroll through the pedestrian streets of this neighborhood should be part of your very first steps in the city. Great shopping is the main attraction of Quartier Petit-Champlain, the oldest commercial street in Québec. Original fashions, crafts, decorations, gifts, and great food!
Old Port (our neighborhood!)
Famous neighborhood for art galleries and antiquity lovers, but you will also find a selection of unique boutiques and restaurants.
Old Quebec (Upper town section, 5-minute walk)
Walk around the Château Frontenac and along the Terrasse Dufferin to enjoy a pretty view overlooking the lower town and the river. The biggest part of the Old City comprises a number of smaller museums such as Musée du Fort, Monastère des Augustines, Musée des Ursulines, Musée de l’Amérique Francophone and the Morrin Centre. Other cultural visits include the Citadelle, churches, local craftspeople, boutiques, and many popular restaurants.
Saint-Jean Baptiste (20-minute walk)
Continue past the Old City on Saint-Jean Street to discover this local neighborhood offering a selection of funky boutiques, old markets, quirky bars, cafés, and restaurants.
Nouvo Saint-Roch (20-minute walk)
Up-and-coming neighborhood offering funky restaurants, bars, design stores, and hip boutiques, all on Saint-Joseph Street.
Montcalm (40-minute walk)
Cartier Street offers a selection of unique fashion boutiques, fine groceries, and small local cafés. Perfect to pair with a visit to the Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Art Museum) located nearby.
Limoilou (40-minute walk)
Cool off-the-beaten-path neighborhood in constant evolution. Worth discovering for its cool restaurants & cafés.