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Business class flights to Quebec

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About Business class flights to Quebec

Winter in Quebec

Comfortably situated on cliffs overlooking the St. Lawrence Seaway, Quebec City couldn’t have enjoyed a more beautiful location. The capital of Quebec province in Canada is a tourists’ haven with beautiful Old Town, which is a UNESCO world heritage site, artefact rich museums, narrow cobbled streets and towering cathedrals. And tourists find it hard to resist the temptation of visiting the city where smells of the freshly baked bread and pungent cheese wafts through the air. Don’t think that you are in France after hearing exchange of pleasantries in French as it is the official language of communication. These interesting features inspire travellers to take business class flights to Quebec City.

Useful Information

  • One should plan a trip to Québec City from June through September and December through February.
  • The travellers should take comprehensive travel insurance despite not having security threats.
  • It is considered safe for travellers but it is always wise to be careful.

The guest can explore the city in a single day but if they want to understand its soul a week’s stay would be fine. Don’t get worried as the city is teeming with quality accommodation and great dining spaces. Most of the travellers visiting city prefer to visit which is main draw of Quebec City. Morrin Centre built two centuries ago is first prison which has now been converted into only English Library in town. Musée national des Beaux-arts du Québe showcases international exhibits and focuses on propagating and preserving Quebec art. The changing of guard ceremony held at the Citadel is also worth watching. Place-Royale where Samuel de Champlain arrived in 1608 and founded the first French settlement in North America has now been converted into a public square. The travellers should also go Petit Champlain which is oldest commercial neighbourhood in Basse-Ville. The museum lovers can Musée de la civilisation which is rich with artefacts.

Apart from attractions the visitors also have opportunity indulge in various activities this city has on offer. Riding a horse drawn carriage to the old part of the city, taking a spectacular view of the Chateau Frontenac and the Lower Old Town from a ferry and taking a cruise ride on the St-Lawrence river could be other draw cards of the city.

Quebec Flights

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