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A woman standing in front of Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac during a winter weekend getaway in Quebec City

Quebec City is where you can find a taste of Europe in North America and it is the perfect destination to visit during winter.

This charming and quaint city is situated on the St. Lawrence River in the French Canadian province of Quebec.

In January 2016, I took a weekend trip to the other beautiful French Canadian city of Montreal and I loved it, so I couldn’t wait to get back up to this province and explore more. I traveled to Quebec city in March 2019 with my family.

A woman visiting Hotel de Glace in Quebec City during winter

In this blog post, discover the top 10 things to do in Quebec City during winter.

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Top 10 Things to do During a Weekend Getaway to Québec City, Canada

Traveling to Quebec City in the Winter:

A gondola in Quebec City, Canada

Quebec City is located around 2 hours north of Montreal, over 7.5 hours from Toronto, over 7.5 hours from New York City and around 4.5 hours from Ottawa.

Because the distance from where I live to Quebec City isn’t far enough for me to pay for a plane fare, I decided to make a road trip. Initially, this was supposed to be a mother-daughter weekend trip, but the rest of my family was looking for a getaway, so they decided to hop along.

A beautiful home in Quebec City, Canada

The drive from the New York City area to Quebec City may seem long, but it is scenic, making the ride more enjoyable.

We drove through the Catskills in New York State and the Adirondack Mountains. If you are from somewhere other than the United States Northeast, Quebec City has an airport you could fly into called Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport. You can find affordable flights through Skyscanner.!

Traveling around Quebec City during winter can quickly be done by walking. You could also get around via Uber or taxi. If you’re looking to travel around the province, it is best to rent a car.

Quebec City Winter Temperature:

Since Quebec City sits on the snow belt, it’s important to dress warmly when visiting during the winter season. Quebec City’s winter temperature ranges from a high of mid 20s° Fahrenheit to the negatives (Fahrenheit).

During a winter trip to this part of Canada, you will most likely experience a winter wonderland, but always try to cover your skin to prevent frostbite.

Where to Stay in Quebec City, Canada during the Winter Months:

A woman standing in front of Hotel 71 in Quebec City during winter

The best place to stay in Quebec City during winter is Hôtel 71. Staying at this luxury boutique hotel was such a blast! Located in the heart of the timeless Vieux Quebec (Old Quebec) area, just steps from the Quartier Petit Champlain (the historical nature of the city), Hôtel 71 was once the National Bank of Canada’s first head office in Quebec City.

I loved the neo-classic exterior and the contemporary interior because they provided both a modern and cozy feel throughout the hotel.

During my time at Hôtel 71, my mom and I stayed in the de luxe room that offered breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River and the yellow clock tower of the Musée de la Civilisation à Québec City (it looks like a yellow version of Big Ben in London).

Inspired by the latest international décor trends, the de luxe rooms in Hôtel 71 feature an original design and concept with big windows, allowing a lot of light to enter the room.

A hotel room in Quebec City

Our room had a comfortable king bed. We also had a spacious bathroom with a nice rain shower head, L’Occitane shampoo, conditioner and body wash!

In addition, there are luxury bedding, a feather comforter, bathrobes, a desk for those who are on a business trip or need to log in, telephones, Wifi, a flat screen HD TV, a safe, an audio system, an iPod dock, a clock radio, an iron and ironing board, a hairdryer, an Nespresso coffeemaker, a mini fridge, an umbrella, wood floors (which I love) and high ceilings.

Every morning for breakfast, we were given a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast that was buffet style. This took place at the hotel’s trendy restaurant Il Matto. (In the evening, the restaurant becomes an authentic Italian eatery.)

A woman getting wine from the wine dispenser at Hotel 71

Later in the evening, after a full day of enjoying winter in Quebec, we would return to the hotel and have a nice glass of wine from the wine dispenser. It was fantastic and there was nothing better than relaxing on the comfortable couches in the lounge areas.

In addition, we were given complimentary valet parking; there is also a bellhop service, a fitness center with gorgeous views (the gym was located on our floor), four corporate meeting rooms, a boutique (which is also an adorable room to sit and relax in with a cup of coffee), an espresso lounge that offers free coffee around the clock, room service in the evenings, a business center, a massotherapy room and services on request, babysitting services, weekday same-day dry cleaning, movie rentals and an ice machine.

A beautiful room in Hotel 71 in Quebec City

I also enjoyed all of the small details and décor around the hotel.

To top it all off, everyone who works at Hôtel 71 is friendly and accommodating.

10 Things to do in Quebec City during Winter:

A woman enjoying her time in Old Quebec City during winter

Visiting Quebec City during winter is magical. We visited in March 2019 and there were still beautiful Christmas decorations throughout the area. There are also so many extraordinary winter adventures in Quebec City and the province.

Discover the best places to visit in Quebec during winter.

Get Lost in Old Quebec in Winter:

A woman standing outside a building in Old Quebec City

Known as Vieux Québec in French, Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as it is the only fortified city north of Mexico.

Quebec City is the birthplace of French North America and has over 400 years’ worth of history that you can see as you stroll through its charming streets.

Quebec City at night during winter

Filled with beautiful French-styled buildings, cobblestoned streets and alleyways as well as plenty of Instagrammable spots, discover the most picturesque places in Quebec City during winter:

Dufferin Terrace:
Dufferin Terrace in Quebec City during winter

Offering breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River, the neighboring town of Lévis and the Laurentian Mountains, Dufferin Terrace is a romantic spot to visit in Quebec City during winter.

In addition to the views, it is here where you will find the enchanting and most photographed hotel – the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. This area also offers The Artists Street called Rue du Trésor, where local artists will display their work.

Quartier Petit Champlain:
A woman standing in the Quartier Petit Champlain in Quebec City during winter

My favorite area in Quebec City during winter is the Quartier Petit Champlain. I found this section’s streets, buildings and shops to be nothing short of magical.

This section is where you will find the Place Royale – the site of the first French settlement in North America. It is in the Place Royale where Samuel de Champlain built the city, which served as a fort, trading post and residence.

The Notre Dame des Victoires during winter in Quebec City

This square also boasts the Notre Dame des Victoires – the oldest stone church in North America. It is such a dream standing in the Place Royale, especially at night.

In addition, the Quartier Petit Champlain also holds the most picturesque street in Quebec City during winter. The Rue du Petit-Champlain is one of the oldest commercial streets in North America and is lined with magical boutiques and beautiful restaurants. This street in Quebec City is beaming during the holiday season and there are still some Christmas decorations up throughout the rest of the winter.

A beautiful street in Quebec City

We found a cute little snow village in the middle of all the plastered-stoned buildings. In addition, Quebec City also has a lovely German Christmas market during advent.

Old Port:
A woman in Quebec City during winter

Old Port is the beautiful waterfront area where Hôtel 71 is located. This area is the perfect place to stroll through art galleries and antique shops and enjoy a nice meal or drink with waterfront views.

A beautiful building in Quebec City during winter

A great place to relax in Old Port is the Place des Canotiers, a lovely urban park with great views of both the water and the Château Frontenac.

Rue Saint-Jean:
The liveliest area in Quebec City

Probably the liveliest area in Quebec City, the Rue Saint-Jean is the gateway to Vieux Québec and blends a mixture of cultures through diverse restaurants, events and more!

Since I went to Quebec City for St. Patrick’s Day weekend, there were a lot of events going on for the Irish holiday.

Christmas decorations in Quebec City during winter

Starting from the Place D’Youville, many boutiques, eclectic restaurants, churches and historical buildings exist. During the holiday season, this area is where you will find the German Christmas market stands.

In addition to all of the fun, this neighborhood holds the oldest Catholic Church north of Mexico. Designated as a national historical monument, the Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral houses the only Holy Door outside Europe.

Parliament Hill:
Quebec City trip during winter

Known as the most elegant area in Quebec City, Parliament Hill houses the photogenic Parliament Building. Its architecture is inspired by the Louvre Palace in Paris and makes as one of the only French-style institutional buildings in Quebec City.

One of the most visited sites in this area is the Fontaine de Tourny – the Parliament Building’s fountain. What is extraordinary about this fountain is that it was initially made in Bordeaux, France in the mid-19th century. It was removed in 1960 and founded at a flea market in Paris by a Quebec-based businessman. Later, the fountain was shipped overseas as a gift for Quebec City’s 400th anniversary. This area reminded me of Paris. It was so beautiful!

The old buildings in Old Quebec City during winter

Parliament Hill is also where you will find the Grande Allée, which is filled with restaurants, cafés and rooftops. It is the place to be during the summer months, happy hour and a night on the town. It is also where the big New Year’s Eve celebration happens in Quebec City during winter!

See the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac:

Chateau Frontenac at in Quebec City at night

A site you MUST see both during the day and at night during a winter trip to Quebec City is the famous Château Frontenac, which overlooks the entire city. (You could take the funicular up from the lower town of Quebec City to the upper city, where the castle is situated.)

In the late 19th century, William Van Horne – the General Manager of the Canadian Pacific Railway, began building the hotel as a stopover for railway travelers.

Years later, the hotel has undergone many expansive projects, making it into the real-life castle it is today. Famous personalities who have been to the Château Frontenac are King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Princess Grace of Monaco, Chiang-Kai-Shek, Charles de Gaulle, Ronald Reagan, François Mitterrand, Prince Andrew, Lady Sarah Ferguson, Charles Lindberg, Alfred Hitchcock and Montgomery Clift.

In 1944, the Château Frontenac became the action center of the Quebec Conferences of World War II, which involved U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.

A woman standing in front of the most famous hotel in Quebec City

This beautiful hotel lights up at night as well. Since my family and I visited during St. Patrick’s Day weekend, it was lit green for the holiday.

Savor French Canadian Staples During Quebec City’s Winter:

A decorated building in Quebec City

During our time in Quebec, we enjoyed some fantastic dishes. Check out the restaurants we ate at during our winter weekend getaway in Quebec City:

Sapristi Bistro and Bar (Italian): Okay, maybe this restaurant isn’t French Canadian cuisine, but it is one of the best Italian restaurants in Quebec City.

Located in both Rue Saint-Jean and Petit Champlain, we savored our dinner here in the Petit Champlain restaurant. I savored their delicious pasta of the day, which was pappardelle with olive oil and ground pepper, mushrooms, fresh mozzarella, pine nuts, onions, tomatoes and spinach. It was amazing! I enjoyed it all with a glass of red wine.

A pasta dish from Sapristi Bristro and Bar in Quebec City

Confiserie Madame Gigi (French Canadian Bakery): Located along the Rue du Petit-Champlain, Confiserie Madame Gigi is a cute little place to enjoy sweet treats during a winter trip to Quebec City.

A few hours after our Italian dinner, we came to this lovely bakery where we enjoyed different desserts. I savored a fantastic maple cake with a cappuccino. It was delicious!

A maple cake from Confiserie Madame Gigi in Quebec City

Chez Ashton (Poutine): Poutine is a popular staple in Quebec province. I first tried this fantastic concoction during my time in Montreal back in 2016.

This delicious specialty is a must-try and it consists of potatoes or French fries topped with a light brown gravy and cheese curds and could be added with vegetables, meat or seafood. It is the definition of a comfort meal in Quebec.

There are various places throughout Quebec City that sell poutine, but I was recommended that Chez Ashton has the best. I savored this delicious poutine dish with chicken and peas.

Overall, Chez Ashton is a fast food restaurant, but it is still worth going there for some awesome poutine!

Poutine from Quebec City

Tournebroche (French Canadian Farm-to-Table): On our second night in Quebec City, we didn’t have dinner plans so we just so happened to stumble upon Tournebroche.

This excellent farm-to-table restaurant is trendy and cozy inside and offers fantastic cuisine. I enjoyed a delicious smoked salmon with mushroom cream quinoa and fresh vegetables. It was so good and fueling.

A farm to table dish from Quebec City

Café La Maison Smith (French Canadian Bakery): During our second full day of touring, we stopped at this adorable and quaint bakery in the Place Royale.

Café La Maison Smith is known for their hot chocolate, so that is what I enjoyed. It hit the spot because it was freezing outside during our winter adventures in Quebec City! I also had a macaron, which was a great treat.

Hot chocolate and a French macaron from a bakery in Quebec City

Cochon Dingue (French Canadian Bistro and Brunch Spot): Also located along the Rue du Petit-Champlain, this fun and chic urban restaurant is the perfect place to get brunch on a weekend morning.

During our last morning in Quebec City, we savored an amazing breakfast at Cochon Dingue. I had delicious crêpes with powdered sugar, maple syrup and chocolate.

Crepes for brunch in Quebec City

Visit the Famous Ice Hotel during Winter in Quebec City:

A woman exploring the Ice Hotel in Quebec City during winter

You cannot visit Quebec City during the winter without going to the famous Hôtel de Glace. Located a little less than a half hour from the heart of Quebec City, you will find the Hôtel de Glace in the town of Saint Gabriel de Valcartier right next to the Valcartier Hotel.

Known as the only ice hotel in North America, the beautiful Hôtel de Glace is built under a new theme every year.

The Hôtel de Glace has majestic suites ranging from $400 CAD to over $1,000 CAD a night. Staying at the ice hotel provides a unique winter experience.

Our tour guide said that staying at the Hôtel de Glace will provide an unforgettable Nordic night, allowing you to have the most peaceful and relaxing sleep.

Because the Hôtel de Glace is made out of compact ice, it blocks out all of the noise from the rest of the hotel and the outside world. Each room at the Hôtel de Glace ranges in the 20-something degrees (Fahrenheit), is unique from each other, and offers finely sculpted rooms.

A room in Hotel de Glace

All rooms and suites include a wooden bed base and a comfortable insulated mattress. Every guest will also be given a winter sleeping bag (made for polar temperatures) with insulated sheets and pillows.

Everyone will also be given complete information and a Q&A session with experienced staff before they spend the night at this ice hotel. In addition, all guests staying at Hôtel de Glace will have access to the Nordic relaxation area, including all of the spas and saunas under the stars. (It reminded me of Snowman Village in Lapland, Finland.)

Overall, it takes weeks and teams of professionals to make the ice hotel as impressive as it is! I loved the sculpting work, details and creativity implemented within each room at the Hôtel de Glace. Staying here should be on your Quebec City bucket list during winter!

A woman in Hotel de Glace

My family and I bought tickets and did the guided tour throughout the entire hotel. We first started in the gorgeous chapel where people get married. It is magical and a unique place for a destination wedding! All the pews are covered in fur so guests can stay warm and the Hôtel de Glace will decorate the chapel beautifully for the wedding with flowers, a nice carpet, lanterns and more.

After walking through the chapel, we made our way into the Great Hall, which features gorgeous sculptures, artwork and interior décor created by the best sculptors in the world.

A woman sliding down an ice slide in Hotel de Glace

There is also a fun slide for kids (and even adults) to enjoy and have fun! Don’t forget, every year this is all different, so if you decide to visit next year it will not be the same layout and design.

My favorite part of the Hôtel de Glace was the bar area. It was such a blast! As we walked in, there was French dance music playing. The bar was located in the center of the room and had a dance floor, high-top tables and VIP areas made of ice.

Maple Cream Whiskey in an ice shot

Even your drink will be served in an ice cup, so bring gloves! We enjoyed a nice maple cream whiskey drink. It was delicious!

Taste Canadian Maple during Winter in Quebec:

Maple tasting in Quebec City during winter

Eastern Canada is known for its delicious maple, so it is a MUST that you have some during your winter trip to Quebec City! Outside the Hôtel de Glace is a Sugar Shack where you can purchase and taste some delicious maple syrup, candies and butter.

The man working the stand brought out hot maple syrup during this tasting. He dripped the syrup onto the freshly powdered snow. I was told to wait 20 seconds and then take a tongue presser and roll it up so I could enjoy it like a lollipop. It was so good, even though it was sticky and messy.

You could find Sugar Shacks throughout Quebec City and Montreal. There are even some maple stores that offer tastings in their shop.

In addition to fun winter adventures, there is an Aroma Spa and an outdoor waterpark at the Valcartier Hotel.

Have Some Winter Fun at the Quebec City Winter Carnival:

Quebec City during winter

From early to mid-February, Quebec City boasts its annual Winter Carnival. If you visit Quebec City during winter, you must take advantage of this fun event that includes an ice palace, ice skating rink, ice sculptures, ice canoes and live music.

There is also tobogganing (a toboggan sled is placed outside the Château Frontenac throughout the winter) and a hill to go snow tubing and dogsledding trails. (I didn’t go dog sledding in Quebec, but you could read about my experiences doing this fun activity in Iceland and Finland.)

A family enjoying an ice shot at Hotel de Glace

You could also do snowshoeing, skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and ice skating in and around Quebec. There is something for everyone to enjoy throughout. Mont Tremblant is a great ski resort to enjoy winter activities in the Quebec province of Canada. It’s located less than four hours from Quebec City.

Explore the Plains of Abraham:

Plains of Abraham during winter

Known to be the first National Historical Park in Canada, the Plains of Abraham is a park and fort built between 1608 and 1871. It also includes the Citadelle of Quebec City.

If you are into history, I recommend paying a visit here. This park includes the Joan of Arc Garden, with over 150 plants and flowers. Many people consider it to be the “Central Park” of the city.

Take a Cruise Along the St. Lawrence River:

Quebec City at night

One of the best ways to enjoy the beauty of Quebec City during winter is by taking a river cruise along the St. Lawrence River. If you enjoy cruises, you could find them heading to and from New England and various parts of Canada.

Even if you’re not looking to do a big cruise, there is a ferry that could take you across the river to the neighboring town of Lévis. When you are in Lévis, you could stroll around, grab a bite to eat, shop and enjoy the gorgeous views of the Château Frontenac, the fortified city and the shimmering lights of Vieux Québec.

Enjoy Nature at Montmorency Falls:

Montmorency Falls during winter in Quebec

Located 15 minutes from the heart of downtown Quebec City is Montmorency Falls. Here, you could take a gondola, climb the scenic stairway, zip line or cross a cool suspension bridge to enjoy the gorgeous views of the falls.

What is fantastic about these falls is that they are 30 meters (98 feet) higher than Niagara Falls. No matter what time of the year you visit Montmorency Falls, it is stunning. If you visit during the wintertime, you could catch them frozen. Many people rent a bike and ride from downtown to the falls during the summertime.

Visit a Museum during Winter in Quebec, Canada:

Beautiful buildings in Quebec City

Throughout Quebec City are numerous museums for you to enjoy and learn about the history and arts of this gorgeous city.

Even though I didn’t get a chance to visit any museums in Quebec City during my winter weekend getaway, below is a list of museums that are recommended to check out:


A woman walking out of Hotel de Glace

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I hope you all enjoyed reading about my winter weekend getaway to Quebec City. If you have any questions, please email me at info@browneyedflowerchild.com.

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18 Comments

  1. Gerry on May 17, 2019 at 7:56 pm

    Wow Taylor – great post. I am Canadian and have been to Québec City many times – you have captured it well. Leave it to a Jersey Girl! :). I am 8 hours drive east of Québec and one of my favourite places in the world , St. John’s, Newfoundland is another 6 hour drive, a six hour ferry ride and another 10 hour drive east of me but trust me, it is worth the trip. I encourage you to check it out when you can.
    I found your blog because I am thinking of starting a blog and am always looking for inspiration – you certainly provide that!

    • Taylor Deer on May 19, 2019 at 10:46 am

      Thank you so much Gerry! Québec City is absolutely beautiful! I am definitely looking to explore more of Canada at some point and would love to visit Newfoundland. I’m definitely inspired. 🙂 Also thank you so much for the compliments on my blog. I really appreciate it!

  2. Lina on December 17, 2020 at 5:57 am

    Quebec in winter looks magical! I would so so love to wander around the city’s old part. Plus how awesome is the ice hotel! I’ve always wanted to stay in one – especially with such a cool ice slide! 😀

    • Taylor Deer on December 17, 2020 at 9:51 am

      You would love it so much Alina! It is so beautiful there. 🙂

  3. Cristina on January 23, 2021 at 4:34 am

    I didn’t know there are so many cool things to do in Quebec! I visited Canada many years ago, not Quebec though, and I fell in love with the country. I would love to go back and visit Quebec. That ice hotel is amazing 🙂 I’m saving this post for later!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 10:43 am

      You totally have to go back in the future. Both Montreal and Quebec City are absolutely lovely! 🙂

  4. Jamie on January 23, 2021 at 6:19 am

    Quebec City is one of my favourite places to visit, but I’ve only ever been in spring and summer. This article really makes me want to plan a winter trip there. It seems to take on an entirely different persona in winter that remains utterly charming and unique.

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 10:43 am

      You totally should plan a winter trip to Quebec City in the future. They have Christmas markets too during December. 🙂

  5. Bim Oyediran on January 23, 2021 at 7:38 am

    I visit Quebec city during the summer, but I see here a winter getaway is so cozy and romantic!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 10:44 am

      Yes, you totally have to! It is so dreamy and cozy! 🙂

  6. Sophie on January 23, 2021 at 11:56 am

    I’d absolutely love to visit Quebec. I had no idea there was so much to do during winter and it looks magical with the snow! Hotel 71 looks like a wonderful place to stay too. Thank you for sharing 🙂

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 2:32 pm

      It is such a beautiful location with European vibes! I also really enjoyed staying at Hotel 71! 🙂

  7. Brittany on January 23, 2021 at 2:53 pm

    I’ve always wanted to visit Quebec City! It looks like a beautiful, charming place, especially in the winter! 😊 I would love to check out the ice hotel, that’s so unique! Thanks for this awesome guide, I’ll definitely be saving for later!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 9:22 pm

      It is amazing Brittany! You totally have to go, hopefully next year! It really is such a beautiful city with so much culture. 🙂

  8. Julia Williams on January 23, 2021 at 3:16 pm

    I visited Quebec City in the Summer and fell in love!!! What an incredible place… but now I want to revisit it in the winter. Look at how magical it is!! And that Ice Hotel?? Yesssss. I’ll have to look into it next winter when (hopefully) the borders reopen more!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 9:22 pm

      You totally have to go! It is so beautiful. The ice hotel was so cool to see in person. Definitely put it on your bucket list for the future. 🙂

  9. Marisa on January 23, 2021 at 9:39 pm

    Winter in Quebec City looks so magical. I have been to Montreal but only for a quick trip so I’d love to go back to Canada one day! I’ve also stayed at an ice hotel in Norway so I would love the ice hotel in Quebec!

    • Taylor Deer on January 24, 2021 at 5:29 pm

      It is such a beautiful destination to visit in the winter. I highly recommend seeing the ice hotel in Quebec. They do a great job every year! I also saw the one in Finland too and that was cool! 🙂

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IceHotel-Quebec

A woman standing in front of Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac during a winter weekend getaway in Quebec City

Quebec City is where you can find a taste of Europe in North America and it is the perfect destination to visit during winter.

This charming and quaint city is situated on the St. Lawrence River in the French Canadian province of Quebec.

In January 2016, I took a weekend trip to the other beautiful French Canadian city of Montreal and I loved it, so I couldn’t wait to get back up to this province and explore more. I traveled to Quebec city in March 2019 with my family.

A woman visiting Hotel de Glace in Quebec City during winter

In this blog post, discover the top 10 things to do in Quebec City during winter.

**Please note that this blog post uses affiliate links meaning that if you make a purchase via my affiliate link, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. I only promote and talk about products and services that I have used and like. During my time in Quebec City, Canada, Hôtel 71 hosted me for two nights.


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Top 10 Things to do During a Weekend Getaway to Québec City, Canada

Traveling to Quebec City in the Winter:

A gondola in Quebec City, Canada

Quebec City is located around 2 hours north of Montreal, over 7.5 hours from Toronto, over 7.5 hours from New York City and around 4.5 hours from Ottawa.

Because the distance from where I live to Quebec City isn’t far enough for me to pay for a plane fare, I decided to make a road trip. Initially, this was supposed to be a mother-daughter weekend trip, but the rest of my family was looking for a getaway, so they decided to hop along.

A beautiful home in Quebec City, Canada

The drive from the New York City area to Quebec City may seem long, but it is scenic, making the ride more enjoyable.

We drove through the Catskills in New York State and the Adirondack Mountains. If you are from somewhere other than the United States Northeast, Quebec City has an airport you could fly into called Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport. You can find affordable flights through Skyscanner.!

Traveling around Quebec City during winter can quickly be done by walking. You could also get around via Uber or taxi. If you’re looking to travel around the province, it is best to rent a car.

Quebec City Winter Temperature:

Since Quebec City sits on the snow belt, it’s important to dress warmly when visiting during the winter season. Quebec City’s winter temperature ranges from a high of mid 20s° Fahrenheit to the negatives (Fahrenheit).

During a winter trip to this part of Canada, you will most likely experience a winter wonderland, but always try to cover your skin to prevent frostbite.

Where to Stay in Quebec City, Canada during the Winter Months:

A woman standing in front of Hotel 71 in Quebec City during winter

The best place to stay in Quebec City during winter is Hôtel 71. Staying at this luxury boutique hotel was such a blast! Located in the heart of the timeless Vieux Quebec (Old Quebec) area, just steps from the Quartier Petit Champlain (the historical nature of the city), Hôtel 71 was once the National Bank of Canada’s first head office in Quebec City.

I loved the neo-classic exterior and the contemporary interior because they provided both a modern and cozy feel throughout the hotel.

During my time at Hôtel 71, my mom and I stayed in the de luxe room that offered breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River and the yellow clock tower of the Musée de la Civilisation à Québec City (it looks like a yellow version of Big Ben in London).

Inspired by the latest international décor trends, the de luxe rooms in Hôtel 71 feature an original design and concept with big windows, allowing a lot of light to enter the room.

A hotel room in Quebec City

Our room had a comfortable king bed. We also had a spacious bathroom with a nice rain shower head, L’Occitane shampoo, conditioner and body wash!

In addition, there are luxury bedding, a feather comforter, bathrobes, a desk for those who are on a business trip or need to log in, telephones, Wifi, a flat screen HD TV, a safe, an audio system, an iPod dock, a clock radio, an iron and ironing board, a hairdryer, an Nespresso coffeemaker, a mini fridge, an umbrella, wood floors (which I love) and high ceilings.

Every morning for breakfast, we were given a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast that was buffet style. This took place at the hotel’s trendy restaurant Il Matto. (In the evening, the restaurant becomes an authentic Italian eatery.)

A woman getting wine from the wine dispenser at Hotel 71

Later in the evening, after a full day of enjoying winter in Quebec, we would return to the hotel and have a nice glass of wine from the wine dispenser. It was fantastic and there was nothing better than relaxing on the comfortable couches in the lounge areas.

In addition, we were given complimentary valet parking; there is also a bellhop service, a fitness center with gorgeous views (the gym was located on our floor), four corporate meeting rooms, a boutique (which is also an adorable room to sit and relax in with a cup of coffee), an espresso lounge that offers free coffee around the clock, room service in the evenings, a business center, a massotherapy room and services on request, babysitting services, weekday same-day dry cleaning, movie rentals and an ice machine.

A beautiful room in Hotel 71 in Quebec City

I also enjoyed all of the small details and décor around the hotel.

To top it all off, everyone who works at Hôtel 71 is friendly and accommodating.

10 Things to do in Quebec City during Winter:

A woman enjoying her time in Old Quebec City during winter

Visiting Quebec City during winter is magical. We visited in March 2019 and there were still beautiful Christmas decorations throughout the area. There are also so many extraordinary winter adventures in Quebec City and the province.

Discover the best places to visit in Quebec during winter.

Get Lost in Old Quebec in Winter:

A woman standing outside a building in Old Quebec City

Known as Vieux Québec in French, Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as it is the only fortified city north of Mexico.

Quebec City is the birthplace of French North America and has over 400 years’ worth of history that you can see as you stroll through its charming streets.

Quebec City at night during winter

Filled with beautiful French-styled buildings, cobblestoned streets and alleyways as well as plenty of Instagrammable spots, discover the most picturesque places in Quebec City during winter:

Dufferin Terrace:
Dufferin Terrace in Quebec City during winter

Offering breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River, the neighboring town of Lévis and the Laurentian Mountains, Dufferin Terrace is a romantic spot to visit in Quebec City during winter.

In addition to the views, it is here where you will find the enchanting and most photographed hotel – the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. This area also offers The Artists Street called Rue du Trésor, where local artists will display their work.

Quartier Petit Champlain:
A woman standing in the Quartier Petit Champlain in Quebec City during winter

My favorite area in Quebec City during winter is the Quartier Petit Champlain. I found this section’s streets, buildings and shops to be nothing short of magical.

This section is where you will find the Place Royale – the site of the first French settlement in North America. It is in the Place Royale where Samuel de Champlain built the city, which served as a fort, trading post and residence.

The Notre Dame des Victoires during winter in Quebec City

This square also boasts the Notre Dame des Victoires – the oldest stone church in North America. It is such a dream standing in the Place Royale, especially at night.

In addition, the Quartier Petit Champlain also holds the most picturesque street in Quebec City during winter. The Rue du Petit-Champlain is one of the oldest commercial streets in North America and is lined with magical boutiques and beautiful restaurants. This street in Quebec City is beaming during the holiday season and there are still some Christmas decorations up throughout the rest of the winter.

A beautiful street in Quebec City

We found a cute little snow village in the middle of all the plastered-stoned buildings. In addition, Quebec City also has a lovely German Christmas market during advent.

Old Port:
A woman in Quebec City during winter

Old Port is the beautiful waterfront area where Hôtel 71 is located. This area is the perfect place to stroll through art galleries and antique shops and enjoy a nice meal or drink with waterfront views.

A beautiful building in Quebec City during winter

A great place to relax in Old Port is the Place des Canotiers, a lovely urban park with great views of both the water and the Château Frontenac.

Rue Saint-Jean:
The liveliest area in Quebec City

Probably the liveliest area in Quebec City, the Rue Saint-Jean is the gateway to Vieux Québec and blends a mixture of cultures through diverse restaurants, events and more!

Since I went to Quebec City for St. Patrick’s Day weekend, there were a lot of events going on for the Irish holiday.

Christmas decorations in Quebec City during winter

Starting from the Place D’Youville, many boutiques, eclectic restaurants, churches and historical buildings exist. During the holiday season, this area is where you will find the German Christmas market stands.

In addition to all of the fun, this neighborhood holds the oldest Catholic Church north of Mexico. Designated as a national historical monument, the Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral houses the only Holy Door outside Europe.

Parliament Hill:
Quebec City trip during winter

Known as the most elegant area in Quebec City, Parliament Hill houses the photogenic Parliament Building. Its architecture is inspired by the Louvre Palace in Paris and makes as one of the only French-style institutional buildings in Quebec City.

One of the most visited sites in this area is the Fontaine de Tourny – the Parliament Building’s fountain. What is extraordinary about this fountain is that it was initially made in Bordeaux, France in the mid-19th century. It was removed in 1960 and founded at a flea market in Paris by a Quebec-based businessman. Later, the fountain was shipped overseas as a gift for Quebec City’s 400th anniversary. This area reminded me of Paris. It was so beautiful!

The old buildings in Old Quebec City during winter

Parliament Hill is also where you will find the Grande Allée, which is filled with restaurants, cafés and rooftops. It is the place to be during the summer months, happy hour and a night on the town. It is also where the big New Year’s Eve celebration happens in Quebec City during winter!

See the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac:

Chateau Frontenac at in Quebec City at night

A site you MUST see both during the day and at night during a winter trip to Quebec City is the famous Château Frontenac, which overlooks the entire city. (You could take the funicular up from the lower town of Quebec City to the upper city, where the castle is situated.)

In the late 19th century, William Van Horne – the General Manager of the Canadian Pacific Railway, began building the hotel as a stopover for railway travelers.

Years later, the hotel has undergone many expansive projects, making it into the real-life castle it is today. Famous personalities who have been to the Château Frontenac are King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Princess Grace of Monaco, Chiang-Kai-Shek, Charles de Gaulle, Ronald Reagan, François Mitterrand, Prince Andrew, Lady Sarah Ferguson, Charles Lindberg, Alfred Hitchcock and Montgomery Clift.

In 1944, the Château Frontenac became the action center of the Quebec Conferences of World War II, which involved U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.

A woman standing in front of the most famous hotel in Quebec City

This beautiful hotel lights up at night as well. Since my family and I visited during St. Patrick’s Day weekend, it was lit green for the holiday.

Savor French Canadian Staples During Quebec City’s Winter:

A decorated building in Quebec City

During our time in Quebec, we enjoyed some fantastic dishes. Check out the restaurants we ate at during our winter weekend getaway in Quebec City:

Sapristi Bistro and Bar (Italian): Okay, maybe this restaurant isn’t French Canadian cuisine, but it is one of the best Italian restaurants in Quebec City.

Located in both Rue Saint-Jean and Petit Champlain, we savored our dinner here in the Petit Champlain restaurant. I savored their delicious pasta of the day, which was pappardelle with olive oil and ground pepper, mushrooms, fresh mozzarella, pine nuts, onions, tomatoes and spinach. It was amazing! I enjoyed it all with a glass of red wine.

A pasta dish from Sapristi Bristro and Bar in Quebec City

Confiserie Madame Gigi (French Canadian Bakery): Located along the Rue du Petit-Champlain, Confiserie Madame Gigi is a cute little place to enjoy sweet treats during a winter trip to Quebec City.

A few hours after our Italian dinner, we came to this lovely bakery where we enjoyed different desserts. I savored a fantastic maple cake with a cappuccino. It was delicious!

A maple cake from Confiserie Madame Gigi in Quebec City

Chez Ashton (Poutine): Poutine is a popular staple in Quebec province. I first tried this fantastic concoction during my time in Montreal back in 2016.

This delicious specialty is a must-try and it consists of potatoes or French fries topped with a light brown gravy and cheese curds and could be added with vegetables, meat or seafood. It is the definition of a comfort meal in Quebec.

There are various places throughout Quebec City that sell poutine, but I was recommended that Chez Ashton has the best. I savored this delicious poutine dish with chicken and peas.

Overall, Chez Ashton is a fast food restaurant, but it is still worth going there for some awesome poutine!

Poutine from Quebec City

Tournebroche (French Canadian Farm-to-Table): On our second night in Quebec City, we didn’t have dinner plans so we just so happened to stumble upon Tournebroche.

This excellent farm-to-table restaurant is trendy and cozy inside and offers fantastic cuisine. I enjoyed a delicious smoked salmon with mushroom cream quinoa and fresh vegetables. It was so good and fueling.

A farm to table dish from Quebec City

Café La Maison Smith (French Canadian Bakery): During our second full day of touring, we stopped at this adorable and quaint bakery in the Place Royale.

Café La Maison Smith is known for their hot chocolate, so that is what I enjoyed. It hit the spot because it was freezing outside during our winter adventures in Quebec City! I also had a macaron, which was a great treat.

Hot chocolate and a French macaron from a bakery in Quebec City

Cochon Dingue (French Canadian Bistro and Brunch Spot): Also located along the Rue du Petit-Champlain, this fun and chic urban restaurant is the perfect place to get brunch on a weekend morning.

During our last morning in Quebec City, we savored an amazing breakfast at Cochon Dingue. I had delicious crêpes with powdered sugar, maple syrup and chocolate.

Crepes for brunch in Quebec City

Visit the Famous Ice Hotel during Winter in Quebec City:

A woman exploring the Ice Hotel in Quebec City during winter

You cannot visit Quebec City during the winter without going to the famous Hôtel de Glace. Located a little less than a half hour from the heart of Quebec City, you will find the Hôtel de Glace in the town of Saint Gabriel de Valcartier right next to the Valcartier Hotel.

Known as the only ice hotel in North America, the beautiful Hôtel de Glace is built under a new theme every year.

The Hôtel de Glace has majestic suites ranging from $400 CAD to over $1,000 CAD a night. Staying at the ice hotel provides a unique winter experience.

Our tour guide said that staying at the Hôtel de Glace will provide an unforgettable Nordic night, allowing you to have the most peaceful and relaxing sleep.

Because the Hôtel de Glace is made out of compact ice, it blocks out all of the noise from the rest of the hotel and the outside world. Each room at the Hôtel de Glace ranges in the 20-something degrees (Fahrenheit), is unique from each other, and offers finely sculpted rooms.

A room in Hotel de Glace

All rooms and suites include a wooden bed base and a comfortable insulated mattress. Every guest will also be given a winter sleeping bag (made for polar temperatures) with insulated sheets and pillows.

Everyone will also be given complete information and a Q&A session with experienced staff before they spend the night at this ice hotel. In addition, all guests staying at Hôtel de Glace will have access to the Nordic relaxation area, including all of the spas and saunas under the stars. (It reminded me of Snowman Village in Lapland, Finland.)

Overall, it takes weeks and teams of professionals to make the ice hotel as impressive as it is! I loved the sculpting work, details and creativity implemented within each room at the Hôtel de Glace. Staying here should be on your Quebec City bucket list during winter!

A woman in Hotel de Glace

My family and I bought tickets and did the guided tour throughout the entire hotel. We first started in the gorgeous chapel where people get married. It is magical and a unique place for a destination wedding! All the pews are covered in fur so guests can stay warm and the Hôtel de Glace will decorate the chapel beautifully for the wedding with flowers, a nice carpet, lanterns and more.

After walking through the chapel, we made our way into the Great Hall, which features gorgeous sculptures, artwork and interior décor created by the best sculptors in the world.

A woman sliding down an ice slide in Hotel de Glace

There is also a fun slide for kids (and even adults) to enjoy and have fun! Don’t forget, every year this is all different, so if you decide to visit next year it will not be the same layout and design.

My favorite part of the Hôtel de Glace was the bar area. It was such a blast! As we walked in, there was French dance music playing. The bar was located in the center of the room and had a dance floor, high-top tables and VIP areas made of ice.

Maple Cream Whiskey in an ice shot

Even your drink will be served in an ice cup, so bring gloves! We enjoyed a nice maple cream whiskey drink. It was delicious!

Taste Canadian Maple during Winter in Quebec:

Maple tasting in Quebec City during winter

Eastern Canada is known for its delicious maple, so it is a MUST that you have some during your winter trip to Quebec City! Outside the Hôtel de Glace is a Sugar Shack where you can purchase and taste some delicious maple syrup, candies and butter.

The man working the stand brought out hot maple syrup during this tasting. He dripped the syrup onto the freshly powdered snow. I was told to wait 20 seconds and then take a tongue presser and roll it up so I could enjoy it like a lollipop. It was so good, even though it was sticky and messy.

You could find Sugar Shacks throughout Quebec City and Montreal. There are even some maple stores that offer tastings in their shop.

In addition to fun winter adventures, there is an Aroma Spa and an outdoor waterpark at the Valcartier Hotel.

Have Some Winter Fun at the Quebec City Winter Carnival:

Quebec City during winter

From early to mid-February, Quebec City boasts its annual Winter Carnival. If you visit Quebec City during winter, you must take advantage of this fun event that includes an ice palace, ice skating rink, ice sculptures, ice canoes and live music.

There is also tobogganing (a toboggan sled is placed outside the Château Frontenac throughout the winter) and a hill to go snow tubing and dogsledding trails. (I didn’t go dog sledding in Quebec, but you could read about my experiences doing this fun activity in Iceland and Finland.)

A family enjoying an ice shot at Hotel de Glace

You could also do snowshoeing, skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and ice skating in and around Quebec. There is something for everyone to enjoy throughout. Mont Tremblant is a great ski resort to enjoy winter activities in the Quebec province of Canada. It’s located less than four hours from Quebec City.

Explore the Plains of Abraham:

Plains of Abraham during winter

Known to be the first National Historical Park in Canada, the Plains of Abraham is a park and fort built between 1608 and 1871. It also includes the Citadelle of Quebec City.

If you are into history, I recommend paying a visit here. This park includes the Joan of Arc Garden, with over 150 plants and flowers. Many people consider it to be the “Central Park” of the city.

Take a Cruise Along the St. Lawrence River:

Quebec City at night

One of the best ways to enjoy the beauty of Quebec City during winter is by taking a river cruise along the St. Lawrence River. If you enjoy cruises, you could find them heading to and from New England and various parts of Canada.

Even if you’re not looking to do a big cruise, there is a ferry that could take you across the river to the neighboring town of Lévis. When you are in Lévis, you could stroll around, grab a bite to eat, shop and enjoy the gorgeous views of the Château Frontenac, the fortified city and the shimmering lights of Vieux Québec.

Enjoy Nature at Montmorency Falls:

Montmorency Falls during winter in Quebec

Located 15 minutes from the heart of downtown Quebec City is Montmorency Falls. Here, you could take a gondola, climb the scenic stairway, zip line or cross a cool suspension bridge to enjoy the gorgeous views of the falls.

What is fantastic about these falls is that they are 30 meters (98 feet) higher than Niagara Falls. No matter what time of the year you visit Montmorency Falls, it is stunning. If you visit during the wintertime, you could catch them frozen. Many people rent a bike and ride from downtown to the falls during the summertime.

Visit a Museum during Winter in Quebec, Canada:

Beautiful buildings in Quebec City

Throughout Quebec City are numerous museums for you to enjoy and learn about the history and arts of this gorgeous city.

Even though I didn’t get a chance to visit any museums in Quebec City during my winter weekend getaway, below is a list of museums that are recommended to check out:


A woman walking out of Hotel de Glace

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I hope you all enjoyed reading about my winter weekend getaway to Quebec City. If you have any questions, please email me at info@browneyedflowerchild.com.

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18 Comments

  1. Gerry on May 17, 2019 at 7:56 pm

    Wow Taylor – great post. I am Canadian and have been to Québec City many times – you have captured it well. Leave it to a Jersey Girl! :). I am 8 hours drive east of Québec and one of my favourite places in the world , St. John’s, Newfoundland is another 6 hour drive, a six hour ferry ride and another 10 hour drive east of me but trust me, it is worth the trip. I encourage you to check it out when you can.
    I found your blog because I am thinking of starting a blog and am always looking for inspiration – you certainly provide that!

    • Taylor Deer on May 19, 2019 at 10:46 am

      Thank you so much Gerry! Québec City is absolutely beautiful! I am definitely looking to explore more of Canada at some point and would love to visit Newfoundland. I’m definitely inspired. 🙂 Also thank you so much for the compliments on my blog. I really appreciate it!

  2. Lina on December 17, 2020 at 5:57 am

    Quebec in winter looks magical! I would so so love to wander around the city’s old part. Plus how awesome is the ice hotel! I’ve always wanted to stay in one – especially with such a cool ice slide! 😀

    • Taylor Deer on December 17, 2020 at 9:51 am

      You would love it so much Alina! It is so beautiful there. 🙂

  3. Cristina on January 23, 2021 at 4:34 am

    I didn’t know there are so many cool things to do in Quebec! I visited Canada many years ago, not Quebec though, and I fell in love with the country. I would love to go back and visit Quebec. That ice hotel is amazing 🙂 I’m saving this post for later!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 10:43 am

      You totally have to go back in the future. Both Montreal and Quebec City are absolutely lovely! 🙂

  4. Jamie on January 23, 2021 at 6:19 am

    Quebec City is one of my favourite places to visit, but I’ve only ever been in spring and summer. This article really makes me want to plan a winter trip there. It seems to take on an entirely different persona in winter that remains utterly charming and unique.

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 10:43 am

      You totally should plan a winter trip to Quebec City in the future. They have Christmas markets too during December. 🙂

  5. Bim Oyediran on January 23, 2021 at 7:38 am

    I visit Quebec city during the summer, but I see here a winter getaway is so cozy and romantic!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 10:44 am

      Yes, you totally have to! It is so dreamy and cozy! 🙂

  6. Sophie on January 23, 2021 at 11:56 am

    I’d absolutely love to visit Quebec. I had no idea there was so much to do during winter and it looks magical with the snow! Hotel 71 looks like a wonderful place to stay too. Thank you for sharing 🙂

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 2:32 pm

      It is such a beautiful location with European vibes! I also really enjoyed staying at Hotel 71! 🙂

  7. Brittany on January 23, 2021 at 2:53 pm

    I’ve always wanted to visit Quebec City! It looks like a beautiful, charming place, especially in the winter! 😊 I would love to check out the ice hotel, that’s so unique! Thanks for this awesome guide, I’ll definitely be saving for later!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 9:22 pm

      It is amazing Brittany! You totally have to go, hopefully next year! It really is such a beautiful city with so much culture. 🙂

  8. Julia Williams on January 23, 2021 at 3:16 pm

    I visited Quebec City in the Summer and fell in love!!! What an incredible place… but now I want to revisit it in the winter. Look at how magical it is!! And that Ice Hotel?? Yesssss. I’ll have to look into it next winter when (hopefully) the borders reopen more!

    • Taylor Deer on January 23, 2021 at 9:22 pm

      You totally have to go! It is so beautiful. The ice hotel was so cool to see in person. Definitely put it on your bucket list for the future. 🙂

  9. Marisa on January 23, 2021 at 9:39 pm

    Winter in Quebec City looks so magical. I have been to Montreal but only for a quick trip so I’d love to go back to Canada one day! I’ve also stayed at an ice hotel in Norway so I would love the ice hotel in Quebec!

    • Taylor Deer on January 24, 2021 at 5:29 pm

      It is such a beautiful destination to visit in the winter. I highly recommend seeing the ice hotel in Quebec. They do a great job every year! I also saw the one in Finland too and that was cool! 🙂

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