- Party Hop Along Grande Allée. Grande Allée is the place to go for gourmet restaurants and lively bars, each with heated terraces and festive libations. Whether you’re alone or with a group of friends, embrace the party ambiance along Grande Allée with an Ice Bar crawl and share your photos on Instagram using #tobogganqc and #quebeccite.
- Fun for the Whole Family. Enjoy activities and entertainment for children : ride the carousel or the Big Wheel and get a bird's-eye view of Québec City and its magic light projections, whizz down a snow slide, treat yourself with roast marshmallows or other foodie delight at parc de la Francophonie, a go-to for families, couples and anyone looking for some New Year’s fun.
- Don’t Worry About the Weather… Québec City Heats Things Up. While embracing the cold is part of the fun, Québec City knows how to heat things up so you can get the most out of New Year’s.
- An Outdoor Nightclub. NEW THIS YEAR! 3 nights of paying shows at George-V Square on December 28, 29 and 30. The shows and celebrations and still free on December 31.
- Hurtle down a toboggan slide. Easily one of the most unique Quebec City attractions, Quebec City boasts something you won’t find anywhere else: a toboggan slide right in the centre of town.
- Check out the Quebec City ice hotel. Visiting the Hotel de Glace in Quebec City is a must, as it’s one of only a handful of ice hotels in the entire world.
- Celebrate the Quebec Winter Carnival. No winter trip is complete without celebrating the Quebec City Winter Carnival (Carnaval de Quebec). The annual event features massive snow sculptures, family-friendly rides and activities, street parties and of course the world’s most famous seven-foot snowman, Bonhomme.
- Eat sweet maple taffy. Sugary-sweet maple taffy is the quintessential Quebec treat, so don’t leave town without tracking some down. While eating it is obviously the end game, making your syrup lollipop is half the fun.
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- Try a dish of Poutine. Invented in the 1950s in Québec City, this dish is composed of french fries, brown gravy and cheese curds. It’s definitely a heavy meal with a bunch of different tastes!
- Maple Syrup Taffy. This super sweet treat is the perfect dessert to have after Poutine. You can get a Maple Syrup Taffy at many of the sweet stores on the streets.
- Maple Syrup Ice Cream. Now that you’ve tried Maple Syrup Taffy, why not try Maple Syrup Ice Cream! It usually comes with the toppings of your choice such as Maple Syrup flavoured biscuits or caramel.
- Chateau Frontenac. Did you know that the Chateau Frontenac was the most photographed hotel on earth? With its outstanding architecture and design, you can definitely see why!
- Marché du Vieux-Port. Deli, Market, Canadian. For a taste of local produce and creative culinary delights, head over to this covered market that hosts a variety of food stalls.
- Observatoire de la Capitale. Building. For the best 360-degree view of Quebec City, you won’t want to miss out on the Observatoire de la Capitale on the 31st floor of the Marie-Guyart Building.
- Chute Montmorency. Natural Feature. At 83m (272ft) high, the Chute Montmorency, or Montmorency Falls, in Ontario, is 30m (98ft) higher than Niagara Falls.
- The Plains of Abraham. Park. The Plains of Abraham, now a recreational public park, is one of the most important historical sites in Canada.
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