temperatures are in the 70’s and a perfect atmosphere for the many festivals and holidays. The Quebec Summer Festival is held in July and the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec is in September.
Fabulous Architecture and Events
Plan to spend a day exploring La Citadelle de Quebec, a massive fortress and active military post. You can watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony in the mornings and wander through the military museum. Outside the walls of the citadel, you can admire the Plains of Abraham (Champs de Bataille) where you will see a variety of flowers and plants. To entertain the kids, plan to ride the funicular, a rail car link between Upper and Lower Town.
If you don’t mind cold temperatures, another popular time to visit the City is during the winter months of December to February. If you are visiting during the month of February, you won’t want to miss the Quebec Winter Carnival. You can watch a dog-sled race, participate in the ice and snow sculpture competition, or enjoy a variety of food tastings. Another amazing sight during the winter is the Montmorency Falls Park. You can ride a cable car to the top and even try your luck at ice-climbing or just hang out at The Manoir where you can enjoy lunch.
Whenever You Visit – Stay in a Timeshare
No matter what time of year you are planning to visit the area, you will find the best accommodations with a Quebec City timeshare. Timeshare units offer the comforts of home including fully equipped kitchens, separate bedrooms and bathrooms, and spacious living areas with flat-screen televisions and Wi-Fi. Many timeshares also feature a patio or balcony where you can enjoy the views or relax in the evenings with a cocktail. If you are planning to stay in one of the Quebec City timeshare resorts, you can also take advantage of swimming pools, hot tubs, and a variety of activities and friendly service.
When visiting Quebec City in the spring, you might have to deal with some rain, but you can also enjoy the St. Patrick Day Parade or enjoy the maple harvesting season where locals will boil the sap into tasty syrup treats. When visiting in the fall, you will have opportunities to take pictures of the changing foliage while strolling through the city shopping and dining at restaurants. Start planning your next vacation today and enjoy your time in Quebec City.