Roundup: Seventeen Great Blogs About Quebec City
As I am researching Quebec City for my upcoming trip, I am discovering what a range of options are on offer, from world-class restaurants for foodies to activities for families with kids, to adventure options like rock climbing. Here is a roundup of fantastic Quebec City blog posts highlighting the diversity of experiences available:
Debating about Quebec City as a destination?
Lille of Around The World L answers the question: Why Quebec City?
First-time visit to Quebec City? Here are some must-see attractions and need-to-know tips:
Pamela MacNaughtan posted this great first-timer’s guide on BootsnAll.
Kenton de Jong of Kenton de Jong Travel suggests eight highlights.
Only have a short time in Quebec? Check out these brief-stop itineraries:
For 24 hours (from Globetrotter Girls)
For 48 hours (from Sugar and Soul)
…or for three days (From Justin Plus Lauren)
Are you a foodie? There are some great options for you:
Ten must-try restaurants from National Geographic’s Annie Fitzsimmons
Urban Guides Canada suggests you check out the Aboriginal cuisine at Wendake
Toni Dash from the Boulder Locavore has a travel guide with restaurant reviews to help you plan your foodie trip.
Are you heading to Quebec City with kids? Here’s a couple of child-friendly guides:
From Travel With Bender: Quebec City In Summer With Kids
and from Family Travel Magazine: Things to Do in Quebec City with Kids.
Or a maybe you’re a coffee lover? Ayngelina from Bacon Is Magic has you covered with a rundown of the best cafes in Quebec City.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Marie Asselin at Trip Savvy suggests these ten bakeries.
Are you planning to go in the winter? Here are some winter guides:
From The Planet D: Beautiful Quebec City, A Winter Wonderland.
From Globe Guide: 10 Unforgettable Activities to Enjoy in Quebec City.
From Daily Dream 360: What You Need To Know About The Quebec City Toboggan Ride.
If you’re into adrenaline, Travel Yes Please’s Rhonda Krause even suggests a climbing adventure on Montmorency Falls.
Really, whatever it is that you’re looking for, there’s a good chance you will be able to find it in Quebec City – from fabulous food to great photography, hiking to yoga, you don’t have to search very hard. I think my biggest challenge for this trip is going to be narrowing my options, and the enticing options in these blog posts aren’t helping that one bit!