Top Things to Do in Québec City this Spring

Petit-Champlain
Francis Gagnon

Sugaring Off Season

Tire d'erable
Mention de source Francis Gagnon

Spring in Québec means sugaring off, with many Quebecers heading out to their favourite sugar shack for a hearty meal dripping in syrup. Treat your taste buds in some of the prettiest maple groves.

Spring Skiing

Ski de printemps
Mention de source MSA

Cruise down the slopes under the warm spring sun and enjoy the best après‑ski of the season at any of the 4 hills in the Québec City region.

Religious Heritage

Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church
Jeff Frenette Photography

Step into Québec City’s rich religious heritage. Where will you start? Your options include the first Catholic parish in North America, the oldest pilgrimage site north of Mexico City, the only holy door in the Americas, and the first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles.

Nordic Spas

Spa nordique
Mention de source Francis Gagnon

Feel like lounging around in a hammock? Snacking in a bathrobe? Relaxing in a hot bath under the open sky? Sounds like you’re ready for a little rest and relaxation at one of the Nordic spas in the city or the surrounding area.

Shopping in Old Québec and the Surrounding Neighbourhoods

Magasinage à Québec
Mention de source Francis Gagnon

Looking to add a few new pieces to your wardrobe? Take a stroll along Québec City’s picturesque shopping streets, where you’ll find unique boutiques with items by local designers and artisans.


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