Québec City: Travel Restrictions and COVID-19 Update

Équipe édito
Editorial Team
Updated on July 19, 2023

There are no travel restrictions for visitors wishing to explore Québec City and area. We recommend to look for the opening hours of the different establishments before traveling and to book ahead when possible to prepare your stay.

COVID-19 Travel Restrictions in Québec City 

What is open in Québec City now? 

All the businesses are now open : the attractions, restaurantsaccommodations and shops are open and ready to receive visitors. Québec City is a safe destination and we look forward to welcoming you!

What is closed in Québec City now? 

All businesses are open. 

What Are the Travel Restrictions in Canada?

 

Government of Canada has announced the removal of all COVID-19 restrictions for anyone entering Canada, since October 1, 2022.

Please visit the official websites to have the most up to date information. The information on these websites prevails at all times:


    Équipe édito
    Editorial Team

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