5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
It was raining a bit...there is a great cruise ship dock but the spaces were occupied by other ships and so we parked a fare way around the corner. I had done a bit of research so when I left the ship I didn't take the $15. U.S. ... Read More
It was raining a bit...there is a great cruise ship dock but the spaces were occupied by other ships and so we parked a fare way around the corner. I had done a bit of research so when I left the ship I didn't take the $15. U.S. shuttle bus and instead I jumped in a waiting taxi and he took me up to the Chateau Frontenac at the top of the city...$8.00 Canadian. I saw the sights, had breakfast at the hotel, walk about...took the Funicular down to the lower historic city walked about...had coffee and pastry and then walked back to the ship...big saving over the shuttle price...TAKE A CAB! Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Gorgeous city! Really loved walking around and exploring the Old City on our own. Great restaurants, shopping and service!
Gorgeous city! Really loved walking around and exploring the Old City on our own. Great restaurants, shopping and service! Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Disappointed that all tours that could accommodate wheelchairs were sold out. Quebec was beautiful. I loved walking around the city. Lots of little shops.
Disappointed that all tours that could accommodate wheelchairs were sold out. Quebec was beautiful. I loved walking around the city. Lots of little shops. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2017
Loved Quebec City and all the fall colors which was the purpose of the cruise. We were here for two days before taking off.
Loved Quebec City and all the fall colors which was the purpose of the cruise. We were here for two days before taking off. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Arrived 5 days prior to cruise to enjoy this beautiful City. Weather was perfect except for cool, rainy day on Sunday. This did not stop us from walking to and visiting the Citadel. Our small boutique hotel was perfectly locatedd across ... Read More
Arrived 5 days prior to cruise to enjoy this beautiful City. Weather was perfect except for cool, rainy day on Sunday. This did not stop us from walking to and visiting the Citadel. Our small boutique hotel was perfectly locatedd across from the Hotel Frontenac and just baove Basse-Ville (lower Quebec). A true walking City with much to see as it was decorated for the Thanksgiving weekend. We found great restaurants, enjoyed the food tour, Hop on Hop off tour, night lighting of the Frontenac and quaint streets. Lots of tourists intown, but were able to avoind crowds at most places. Will definitely return for a longer visit. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2017
Quebec City was the terminus of the cruise. I added 3 additional days after the cruise to see the city.Glad I did; saw the Citadelle de Quebec, the Frontenac hotel, the battlefields of the Plains of Abraham and the Saint - Foy, the ... Read More
Quebec City was the terminus of the cruise. I added 3 additional days after the cruise to see the city.Glad I did; saw the Citadelle de Quebec, the Frontenac hotel, the battlefields of the Plains of Abraham and the Saint - Foy, the fortifications of Quebec [Quebec City is the only walled city north of Mexico] and the Petit - Champlain Quartier. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
City was so clean and easy to walk around. Felt totally safe and would go back to this city
City was so clean and easy to walk around. Felt totally safe and would go back to this city Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
Quebec City (both the upper town and the lower town) are best covered by walking. In addition we took the ferry across the river to Levis - really worthwhile for views of the city; and the local bus to Montmorency Falls. The Dawn was ... Read More
Quebec City (both the upper town and the lower town) are best covered by walking. In addition we took the ferry across the river to Levis - really worthwhile for views of the city; and the local bus to Montmorency Falls. The Dawn was berthed at Pier 30, which is longer walk into the city center, however quite handy if you want to catch the bus to the Falls. It leaves near the railway station. Buy tickets the convenience store in the staion. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
the town of Quebec and the surrounding area is fantastic. Food, scenery, and local flair is too much to see in just a day or two.
the town of Quebec and the surrounding area is fantastic. Food, scenery, and local flair is too much to see in just a day or two. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2017
Quebec is a lovely city, and we were glad to have time to explore the old town, using the shuttle from the ship to get closer. Had a pleasant lunch and found a great art gallery!
Quebec is a lovely city, and we were glad to have time to explore the old town, using the shuttle from the ship to get closer. Had a pleasant lunch and found a great art gallery! Read Less
15 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
Wonderful place with lots to see and do within easy walking distance of ship.
Wonderful place with lots to see and do within easy walking distance of ship. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
The shuttle bus dropped us off right in front of the Bascilica Notre Dame. From there is was a short walk to Dufferin Terrace, Chateau Frontenac, Historical Archeological site, steps of Funicular to Lower Old Town, and the Citadelle. Lots ... Read More
The shuttle bus dropped us off right in front of the Bascilica Notre Dame. From there is was a short walk to Dufferin Terrace, Chateau Frontenac, Historical Archeological site, steps of Funicular to Lower Old Town, and the Citadelle. Lots of great restaurants and shops along Saint Louis. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
I walked around the old town and up to the citadel. There was some graffiti scrawled in French on a Boer War memorial that basically said ‘go home English colonisers’ I thought the ignorance and hypocrisy of that was breath-taking.
I walked around the old town and up to the citadel. There was some graffiti scrawled in French on a Boer War memorial that basically said ‘go home English colonisers’ I thought the ignorance and hypocrisy of that was breath-taking. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
Easy walk to the Old Town, the funicular ($3 Canadian) will take you up and down to the Chateau, etc. Or, climb the stairs, not overly taxing to the reasonably fit. I recommend Rue Ste Jean for walking & shoping ... everything gets ... Read More
Easy walk to the Old Town, the funicular ($3 Canadian) will take you up and down to the Chateau, etc. Or, climb the stairs, not overly taxing to the reasonably fit. I recommend Rue Ste Jean for walking & shoping ... everything gets much cheaper outside the city walls. Excellent poutine at the Snack Shack, Rue Ste Jean. Read Less

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