3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
Quebec City is a great place to be. Since we had two days there we got to explore all the great shops in Lower Town and walk around the plaza in front of the hotel Frontenac. We ate in a restaurant called Cafe' St. Malo which had ... Read More
Quebec City is a great place to be. Since we had two days there we got to explore all the great shops in Lower Town and walk around the plaza in front of the hotel Frontenac. We ate in a restaurant called Cafe' St. Malo which had great French food. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2015
We were not moored at the cruise ship terminal. We were pier 30. I thought it was because the other terminal was being worked on, wellllll... I was wrong. There was another ship that was moored there later. Extremely unhappy about the ... Read More
We were not moored at the cruise ship terminal. We were pier 30. I thought it was because the other terminal was being worked on, wellllll... I was wrong. There was another ship that was moored there later. Extremely unhappy about the walk thru commerical port and marina area to get anywhere. Even at 8pm it was kind of creepy to walk thru. Shuttles should be set up if cruiselines and the city expect people to enjoy the port. If you want Montmorency Falls and are moored at #30, go over to the VIA Rail station and take the 800 bus. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
Was very beautiful. Was not prepared for the hills to get to the Chatue Frontenac. (sorry for the spelling).
Was very beautiful. Was not prepared for the hills to get to the Chatue Frontenac. (sorry for the spelling). Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
The weather was poor however we had a good walk about through this beautiful city - be prepared for steps ! the locals were friendly and helpful. We took the local bus ($3.25) out to Montmorency Falls which was good however surprisingly ... Read More
The weather was poor however we had a good walk about through this beautiful city - be prepared for steps ! the locals were friendly and helpful. We took the local bus ($3.25) out to Montmorency Falls which was good however surprisingly there were few services available - there was no coffee/burger/snacks and really very few notice boards to explain where you were going ! the bus driver pointed us to a hole in the fence and right enough it took us right there - its not a short bus ride out there so be prepared for at least 30 odd minutes on the bus. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2015
We walked around town and had a good time. It would have been perfect if it had not been raining. Not a handicapped accessible city.
We walked around town and had a good time. It would have been perfect if it had not been raining. Not a handicapped accessible city. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
Very rainy . We spent hours at the Musées de la Civilisation which had multiple exhibits including one on magic in ancient Egypt Another on the NFB (National Film Board of Canada) cartoons and a permanent exhibit on the history of the ... Read More
Very rainy . We spent hours at the Musées de la Civilisation which had multiple exhibits including one on magic in ancient Egypt Another on the NFB (National Film Board of Canada) cartoons and a permanent exhibit on the history of the people of Quebec .There were many more exhibits which were all in English as well as French. We got a ticket that allowed us to visit a sister museum ,the Musée de la Place Royal which had a short 3D film about Samuel de Champlain. Artsy and fun . Quebec City was, as always, beautiful with great places to investigate. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
The city is easily accessible from the cruise port. We walked through many old neighborhoods, had lunch at a local restaurant, toured some lovely churches, and heard several street musicians. This is a unique and lovely city.
The city is easily accessible from the cruise port. We walked through many old neighborhoods, had lunch at a local restaurant, toured some lovely churches, and heard several street musicians. This is a unique and lovely city. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2015
OMG, the most beautiful city ever. Once again, we did our own thing and walked over to an arch which was part of this city's Citadel. Took the funicular up to the upper city with tons of shops and restaurants. We meandered into ... Read More
OMG, the most beautiful city ever. Once again, we did our own thing and walked over to an arch which was part of this city's Citadel. Took the funicular up to the upper city with tons of shops and restaurants. We meandered into different neighborhoods and streets. The city is drop-dead gorgeous and wish we could have seen it at night. Ate at Pub St-Patrick and, although food was good, the service was disappointing. They do not take American Express and will not convert to US dollars (even the little ice cream shop in Charlotteton converted in her head). Paid with cash anyway but should have broken out the Visa debit card...a bit addle-brained at that moment and didn't think of it. So we overpaid in terms of US/Canada ratio. Read Less

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