Do you plan to drive downtown? Get information on parking in Old Québec, winter driving and various traffic regulations.
You want to travel, study or work in Québec City? Find practical information related to customs and immigration.
Currency exchange, tax rate, tipping... Find the answers to money issues.
This list of the statutory holidays and information on business hours will help you better organize your stay in Québec City.
Weather statistics and monthly activities in order to help you plan the perfect stay in Québec City.
French is the official language of Québec but English is widely spoken in tourist areas (attractions, hotels, restaurants and boutiques in tourist areas).
The purchase and consumption of alcohol, tobacco and cannabis are regulated by different laws. Learn about the different features.
Québec City has several free internet access points. Find one of the areas covered by ZAP Quebec to connect to this wireless network for free.
What to do in case of emergency during your stay in Québec City? Consult the list of hospitals and other emergency services.
Québec City is welcoming to all. Here is a list of churches and places of worship.
Daylight Saving Time (DST) comes into effect every year on the second Sunday in March when all timepieces are advanced by one hour. Canada reverts to Eastern Standard Time (EST) on the first Sunday in November when clocks are set back one hour.
Canada uses the metric system. Visitors find weather temperature reports given in Celsius degrees, gasoline sold by the litre (milk and wine by millilitres, and litres) grocery items in grams and kilograms, and speed limits posted in kilometres per hour.
Old Québec's beautiful cobblestone streets can be troublesome for people with reduced mobility. Check out our tips for travellers with disabilities.