Comfort Inn Airport
7320 boul. Wilfrid-Hamel
Ste. Foy, QC G2G 1C1
Phone: (418) 872-5038
Fax: (418) 872-1905
Aquarium du Québec is a popular attraction that is home to 250 species of fish, mammals and reptiles, including some that are unique to Quebec region. The Audio-Guide is a must when visiting the aquarium, as it provides fascinating information via headphones. Seals perform acrobatics three times a day, while a few trails, picnic tables and a restaurant are available on premises for relaxation. The aquarium is located near the Saint Lawrence River and offers an incredible view of the Old Quebec Bridge. Check website for varying dates.
Located in the Sainte Foy area right at the edge of Quebec city, Université Laval is like a city contained within itself. Covering over one square kilometer area, with 30 buildings, and replete with flora, fauna and bird life, one gets the impression of being lost in a forest. And they even offer forest engineering as a degree! Fully connected by underground paths to shield students from sub zero temperatures in winter, life at the university is quite an experience in itself. The courses offered cover a wide variety of disciplines, check the website for further details.
Quebec Bridge has a long history before it could be named the National Historic Site of Canada. The initial construction of the bridge started in 1904 and before its completion, the structure collapsed in 1907. After the second attempt of reviving the structure, it experienced another collapse in 1916. The final attempt was successful and the bridge was open in 1919. The bridge now has a railway line, pedestrian's walkway and three road lanes. It also holds the record of world's longest cantilevered bridge span of 549 meters (1800 feet).
A shopping oasis as spectacular as Galeries de Capitale deserves a fitting amusement option, and Mega Parc lives up to its name. With a whopping 20 rides for all children of all ages, it's easy to forget that the park is an indoor facility. From the classic ferris wheel and bumper cars to the stomach-churning G-Force and Roller Coaster, the park has something for everyone. Besides the rides, the facility offers a large ice-skating rink as well. The park is available for birthday parties and private events as well. Check website for prices and more information.
The Parc of the Kabir Kouba Cliff and Waterfall is located a short distance from the city of Quebec. This public park features the popular Kabir Kouba waterfall, which is also known as the waterfall with the thousand detours. This waterfall is historically significant as it led to the growth of small settlements and industries around it, in addition to being an important geological site. An Interpretive Center chronicles and displays the history of the park and other information pertaining to it, and guided tours of the area are also available.
Previously known as Village des Hurons, Wendake is a major tourist attraction and a historic site which discusses the existence and history of the Huron-Wendate community in Canada. Located just minutes away from downtown Quebec City, the history of this place dates back to the 16th Century. The site also has a museum to explain in detail the culture of the community. Guided tours are available. Check their website to know more.
Parc du Bois-de-Coulonge was once the residence of the Lieutenant Governors of Quebec, but post a fire accident in 1966 the place has been converted into a public garden. This historic garden in Quebec offers tourists a wonderful refuge among colorful flowers and soothing shade under maple, white spruce and oak trees. The garden offers a variety of activities for the visitors ranging from cycling around the park to walking areas, horticultural visits etc.
The Chutes de la Chaudière is a 115 feet (35 meters) tall scenic waterfall in Lévis. It offers tourists a mesmerizing experience of outdoor fun including hiking, biking and picnic areas. It is also used to generate hydroelectric power for the city. One can walk across the footbridge to get a panoramic view of the falls.
Quebec City is the capital of the Quebec province in Canada. This city is abundant with great architecture, rich culture and is also known to be the most historical city in Canada. This place is also internationally famous for its "Summer Festival" and the "Winter Carnival". A city which certainly calls for more exploration.
La Grande-Allee is a bustling street in the famous Saint Jean-Baptiste neighborhood of Quebec, boasts of a hip and happening nightlife. There are plenty of nightclubs, pubs and bars on this street, and so are party animals. Get a glimpse of the vibrant nocturnal activity in Quebec City. And what's more, restaurants are not too far away enjoy the feast!
This extraordinary national park, Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site, located just north of Quebec City on the St Charles River, is run by the federal government as a record of explorer Jacques Cartier's interaction with the Iroquois natives in 1535. Visit the interpretive centre to sample cedar tea, view the Iroquois longhouse and functioning garden, take an educational tour of the entire site, or just amble through the beautiful grounds by bike or on foot. The staff is fluent in both French and English, but be sure to call ahead for specific activity information.
Located on boulevard de Langelier, the Hôpital-Général de Québec was established in 1692. The medical facility established by Jean-Baptiste de Saint-Vallier, the Bishop of Quebec acquired and independent monastery the beginning of 1700s. As of now, the site serves as a geriatric care facility for the elderly with mental and cognitive deficits by the name of Centre d'hébergement Hôpital général de Québec.