326 Quebec City Cruise Reviews

Docked right in Quebec City. Can walk to the Plains of Abraham, Old town Quebec, use the funicular (as it's steep to climb). It's a great walking City with lots to see and do. We tried to rent a car but because we hadn't ... Read More
Docked right in Quebec City. Can walk to the Plains of Abraham, Old town Quebec, use the funicular (as it's steep to climb). It's a great walking City with lots to see and do. We tried to rent a car but because we hadn't pre-booked it was impossible as we needed one for 5 people. Read Less
Sail Date September 2011
We sailed up the St Lawrence river to Quebec. It was beautiful scenery either side of the river and warm sunshine 20C. There are the lower and upper towns and the funiclaire gives access to the upper part if you cannot manage the walk. ... Read More
We sailed up the St Lawrence river to Quebec. It was beautiful scenery either side of the river and warm sunshine 20C. There are the lower and upper towns and the funiclaire gives access to the upper part if you cannot manage the walk. Again the views are great and the Chateau de Frontenac spectacular. The Rue Du Petit Champlain in the lower town is the oldest street in North America and well worth the walk. The Notre Dames-des-Victoire is the oldest church in Quebec dating from 1688. The beautiful architecture makes Quebec exquisite. Read Less
Sail Date September 2011
Excellent port of call. Very near the town, with a walkway through to the old town and old port, with a wonderful farmers market. We took the funicular up to the Citadel and the Heights of Abraham, which is now a beautiful park. We had a ... Read More
Excellent port of call. Very near the town, with a walkway through to the old town and old port, with a wonderful farmers market. We took the funicular up to the Citadel and the Heights of Abraham, which is now a beautiful park. We had a guided tour of the Citadel which was compulsory because it is a working garrison. It only cost four Canadian dollars. The old town is full of very expensive shops, but we had dinner in a restaurant in Sous le Fort, which was very French and lively. Day 2 we went on an excursion to Montmorency Falls and the Sugar Shack, where we tasted maple syrup poured onto 'snow' and made into toffee. Quebec is like France, but the people are kind and appreciate you speaking French, so it is like France only more welcoming. I would go here again. Read Less
Sail Date September 2011
Wonderful provincial city easy to get around in with plenty of sights and shopping. We probably should have taken a walking tour and learned more about the history. We just walked around and enjoyed the charm of the city.
Wonderful provincial city easy to get around in with plenty of sights and shopping. We probably should have taken a walking tour and learned more about the history. We just walked around and enjoyed the charm of the city. Read Less
Sail Date August 2011
Loved this city. Has a great feel of Europe. Take pictures and visit the Chateau Frontenac as well as the old city cafes'. We took a tour of the old and new city. Very good tour plenty of history and picture stops. The best was ... Read More
Loved this city. Has a great feel of Europe. Take pictures and visit the Chateau Frontenac as well as the old city cafes'. We took a tour of the old and new city. Very good tour plenty of history and picture stops. The best was floating down the St. Lawrence and barely making it under two bridges and power lines. This the largest ship to sail to Montreal, so we had to leave at low tide to make it under the bridges and power lines. Read Less
Sail Date August 2011
Everything we expected and more with none of the anti British horror stories we had heard having any credence at all. Somewhere I had long wanted to visit and I was not disappointed.The sail up and down the St.Lawrence river makes the stop ... Read More
Everything we expected and more with none of the anti British horror stories we had heard having any credence at all. Somewhere I had long wanted to visit and I was not disappointed.The sail up and down the St.Lawrence river makes the stop at Quebec all the more impressive. Read Less
Sail Date August 2011
Well Quebec has to be the highlight of this cruise. It is stunning, very French and just a delight. Very easy to find your way around and even though there is a funicular to the top part, we walked it. We also had dinner ashore here ... Read More
Well Quebec has to be the highlight of this cruise. It is stunning, very French and just a delight. Very easy to find your way around and even though there is a funicular to the top part, we walked it. We also had dinner ashore here which was most enjoyable. the Museum of Immigration is a must. St John's Newfoundland. Didn't have room for another port. St John's is OK, the sail in is amazing as it is very narrow and Arcadia is about the biggest ship that could do it. Read Less
Sail Date August 2011
Loved it. Clean and beautiful. Can really see (and hear) the French influence. The people in Quebec City seem very happy. Enjoyed this port thoroughly. Loved the Holland Tour -- Old and New Quebec. Great tour guide.
Loved it. Clean and beautiful. Can really see (and hear) the French influence. The people in Quebec City seem very happy. Enjoyed this port thoroughly. Loved the Holland Tour -- Old and New Quebec. Great tour guide. Read Less
Sail Date May 2011
Quebec City: Very beautiful, easy walk, lots to see and shop and fun bars and restaurants. It really is Europe in North America.
Quebec City: Very beautiful, easy walk, lots to see and shop and fun bars and restaurants. It really is Europe in North America. Read Less
Sail Date May 2011
A real gem! You do need 2 days there to see it all. Great walks all over old town !
A real gem! You do need 2 days there to see it all. Great walks all over old town ! Read Less
Sail Date May 2011
Favorite port of the cruise. We embarked here so we had 2 1/2 days to explore. Stayed at Fairmont Chateau Frontenac. Beautiful architecture but overpriced at $400/night for what you get. Shopping on Petit Champlain was terrific. Ate at ... Read More
Favorite port of the cruise. We embarked here so we had 2 1/2 days to explore. Stayed at Fairmont Chateau Frontenac. Beautiful architecture but overpriced at $400/night for what you get. Shopping on Petit Champlain was terrific. Ate at Saint Amour and had the Insprirational Menu which was delicious. Lookiing forward to going back. Read Less
Sail Date October 2010
What a GORGEOUS place! We toured the city over two days. Took a tour (Countryside of Quebec) and saw the island of Orleans on one day (bought lots of maple products made on the island) and then took a carriage ride in the city the next ... Read More
What a GORGEOUS place! We toured the city over two days. Took a tour (Countryside of Quebec) and saw the island of Orleans on one day (bought lots of maple products made on the island) and then took a carriage ride in the city the next after which we just shopped. The atmosphere is very cool. The shops are wonderful to dart in and out of and the scenery is breathtaking. Had lunch and dinner in the city (Le Cuchon Dingue-great food) and enjoyed the lovely, crispy air. Easy walking distance to the ship port. Read Less
Sail Date October 2010
We did it all on our own. From the Chateau to the Train Station. The $1. bus gives a splendid tour of the entire city. Cleanest and best constructed buildings you ever did see. This is the Capital for the Province of Quebec and the ... Read More
We did it all on our own. From the Chateau to the Train Station. The $1. bus gives a splendid tour of the entire city. Cleanest and best constructed buildings you ever did see. This is the Capital for the Province of Quebec and the government is by far the largest employer. The rest of Canada picks up the tab. Quebec City provided tourist representatives who offered maps and were very helpful. They went so far as to explain the best pedestrian routes. The city was very friendly to English speakers. The best port-of-call on the itinerary, perhaps the best port-of-call in Canada. Read Less
Sail Date October 2010
Above and beyond our expectations. My hobby is photography and I love seafood. Quebec City is a very clean, yet old city with plenty to see and do. Worth a weeks visit.
Above and beyond our expectations. My hobby is photography and I love seafood. Quebec City is a very clean, yet old city with plenty to see and do. Worth a weeks visit. Read Less
Sail Date September 2010
Quebec City is beautiful. We had one full day and a piece of the embarkation day there. The view from the ship, looking up the hill to the Frontenac Hotel is spectacular anytime but particularly at night. We took the Historic and Modern ... Read More
Quebec City is beautiful. We had one full day and a piece of the embarkation day there. The view from the ship, looking up the hill to the Frontenac Hotel is spectacular anytime but particularly at night. We took the Historic and Modern tour and it was very informative. Read Less
Sail Date September 2010
It helped to have spent time in QC before, so we knew where the highlights were. Tip: walk through the lower city and either take the stairs or the funicular up to the upper city to get to the Plains of Abraham and the man city. There is ... Read More
It helped to have spent time in QC before, so we knew where the highlights were. Tip: walk through the lower city and either take the stairs or the funicular up to the upper city to get to the Plains of Abraham and the man city. There is also a nice public market a few blocks east of the ship port. Read Less
Sail Date September 2010
We stayed in Quebec City for 3 days before our cruise. The Old City is delightful. We took some interesting tours, ate some wonderful meals. I would definitely go back there.
We stayed in Quebec City for 3 days before our cruise. The Old City is delightful. We took some interesting tours, ate some wonderful meals. I would definitely go back there. Read Less
Sail Date September 2010
Here we purchased an excursion onboard for the Countryside Tour. We had a great host, Real, who took us to Quebec's countryside. All within a half hour from the city. We went to a Maple Sucre Shack where we had a presentation on maple ... Read More
Here we purchased an excursion onboard for the Countryside Tour. We had a great host, Real, who took us to Quebec's countryside. All within a half hour from the city. We went to a Maple Sucre Shack where we had a presentation on maple syrup and other products. There's a gift store there where you can pick up anything maple. On the way out don't miss a free sample of the Maple Taffy, served on a bed of ice. Then they give you a delicious cup of coffee and a piece of the best apple pie you ever sunk you teeth into. Finally there's a wild stuffed animal museum on the property. It's worth a look. A few other stops and you're back at the ship. There you can take the free shuttle into town and peruse the Artisan's district hand made crafts and even take a ride on the Funicular. Read Less
Sail Date September 2010

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