What to do in Quebec City
Discover 400 years of history! Stroll through the fortified walls of UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Quebec while admiring landmarks as the Fairmont Château Frontenac, the Petit-Champlain District, the Old Port, the Plaines d'Abraham and many more.
The Quebec City Tourism Website will give you plenty of ideas! Learn about the many opportunities available by selecting your preferred item below:
- Activities and Attractions
- Must-see Attractions
- Historic Old Quebec
- Quebec City and Area
- French Canadian Culture
- Summer in in Quebec City
- Restaurants and Fine Dining
- Guided Tours
Click here to get maps of Quebec City.
Click here for Quebec City Visitors Guide.
Discover the province of Quebec
Stay with us a little bit longer and explore our beautiful province!
Tourists visiting Quebec City are able to use their credit and debit cards at ATMs, which can be found almost everywhere, providing a convenient way to exchange currency. Most banks in Quebec City are open between Monday and Friday, although their opening hours are slightly shorter than regular shops and stores in Quebec City Some banks are open later or on weekends or Thursday evenings.
Summers in Quebec City might be hot and humid, with temperature ranging from daytime highs of 25-30°C (77-86°F) to evening lows of 18-22°C (64-71°F).
Check current Quebec City weather conditions.
Fee to enter Canada (for foreign visitors)
Effective March 15, 2016, some travellers may need to fill out an eTA - electronic travel authorization - before boarding a flight to Canada. To complete your application for an eTA, you will need your passport, a credit card and an email address. An eTA costs $7 CAD and is valid for up to five years. Click here for a video tutorial or click here to complete an eTA application.
The official language of the Annual Meeting will be English. We do not foresee simultaneous translation. French is the official language in Quebec City, but English is widely spoken in tourist areas.
The Canadian Urological Association, its Organizing Committees and Professional Congress Organizer shall not be held liable for personal accidents or losses or damage to private property of registered participants of the 2019 Annual Meeting.
Quebec has a 5% GST (Goods and Services Tax), and a 9.975% PST (Provincial Sales Tax) . These taxes are applicable to most goods, purchased gifts, food/beverages and services in Quebec. Visitors from outside Canada may be entitled to claim a rebate of the HST paid. For rebate forms and more details, visit Canada Revenue Agency.
In addition of the GST and PST, the Quebec City hotels will add a Lodging Tax of 3.5% to your final hotel room bill.
Some hotels include tips or gratuities with group programs to simplify bookkeeping. This usually includes gratuities for housekeeping, bell service and food service. In a hotel, bell service should be tipped about $1 per bag, and housekeeping $1 to $5 dollars a day (in proportion to your room rate). Visitors should know that the standard tip in restaurants is 15%, with 20% for very outstanding service. Tip taxis about 10%, and a dollar a bag they carry for you (not just unload), or at the very least round fares up to the nearest dollar. Tipping is customary in bars, restaurants, salons/spa and taxis.
- Quebec area code is 418.
- The time zone in Quebec City is Daylight Saving Tim (DST)
- The age of majority in Quebec is 18 years old.
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