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Stretch your legs on one of the city’s most popular walks and look out over Old Québec and the St. Lawrence River. Dufferin Terrace is a riverside walkway just below the imposing Fairmont Château Frontenac hotel. The long, wooden boardwalk is a lively spot during the summer months when street performers entertain and vendors sell snacks and souvenirs. In winter, there is a massive ice slide at the end of the terrace.
As you walk along the terrace, observe the cannons that once defended Québec or stop by the statue of explorer Samuel de Champlain, the city’s founder.
Discover what lies beneath the planks at your feet with a guided tour of the archeological remains of Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux. These ruins were uncovered in a series of digs between 2005 and 2007. The ruins are directly under the terrace and are what’s left of the former residences of the British and French governors who held office between 1620 and 1834. The tour price includes a visit to a kitchen with original oven, latrines and ruins of several outbuildings. For an opportunity to see the archeological digs for free, look down from the terrace’s “archeoscopes.” There are three of these 5-foot (1.5-meter) tall glass prisms built into the promenade.
In the winter months, race down the ice slide situated on the western flank of the terrace. This temporary toboggan run has been created every year since the late 1900s. The top of the run is 269 feet (82 meters) above the terrace and it’s a steep slide along its 492 feet (150 meter) length. There’s no need to bring your own toboggan, because rental is included in the ticket price for the slope.
Situated in Old Québec, Dufferin Terrace is easily reached on foot or by bus. Make your journey more interesting by taking the cable railway up the cliff from the Quartier Petit-Champlain in the Lower Town. If you are feeling energetic, climb the adjacent stairs. You can also jump aboard a small Écolobus, a cheap, electric city bus that moves between the Upper and Lower Town.
Located in Centre-Ville, this hotel is steps from Quebec Symphony Orchestra and Martello Tower. Quebec City Town Hall and Laval University are also within 6 mi (10 km).
This family-friendly Quebec hotel is located in the entertainment district, just steps from Le Capitole and Palais Montcalm. Old Quebec Funicular and Le Montcalm Tennis Club are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Hilton Quebec is opposite Esplanade Park, the Gardens of the National Assembly, and the Parliament Building. It's a 10-minute walk to Old Quebec City for tours of 17th-century Notre-Dame de Québec cathedral and other historical attractions. Fleur de Lys mall is 10 minutes by cab.
A 5-minute walk from the Musée de l’Amérique Francophone and Artillery Park, Hotel Manoir Victoria is situated in the historic neighborhood of Old Quebec. A 15-minute stroll leads guests through the quaint Old Town to the waterfront, passing eateries and cultural sights along the way.
In a renovated 19th-century building with dramatic modern decor, this boutique hotel is centered in lovely Old Québec, just 1 block from the St. Lawrence River and the Old Port.
Built in 1870, this historic Art Nouveau and Art Deco hotel is located in Old Québec, 1 block from the Château Frontenac.
Located in the heart of the city's Old Port, this Quebec hotel sits in a historic wharf district that was built in the 17th century; the many shops and cafes of Rue St-Paul are less than 300 yards away.
Steps from Old Quebec and connected to the convention center by underground passage, this green hotel offers an ideal downtown location.