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There is nothing quite like the charm of Québec City. Rent a condo with an enchanting setting on the St. Lawrence, and enjoy the priceless architectural legacy and rich and colourful history while enjoying its majestic beauty. A must-see is Old Québec, a UNESCO World Heritage site like no other. Rent a condo and stay in the only walled city North of Mexico, and with its cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages, you’ll swear you’ve been transported back in time to another era. From your condo rental, you’ll be able to explore period buildings, enjoy unique shopping boutiques and dine in some of the best French restaurants this side of the Atlantic Ocean. One of the best times to rent a condo in Québec City is during the famous Québec Winter Carnival, one of the largest winter festivals anywhere in the world where you can participate in a snow bath, ice canoë races, sleigh rides and ice sculpture compétitions. Whatever brings you to Québec City you can find the perfect condo to rent to enjoy it all.
Nestled on the northern shores of the St Lawrence River, Québec City is one of Québec’ most coveted vacation rental destinations, with rentals scattered throughout the French-speaking capital city, known as the “Crown Jewel of French Canada.â€
Tour Québec’s Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and pedestrian zone that features narrow cobblestone streets, historic monuments and properties, and the famed hotel Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. At chic bistros and sidewalk cafés, sample the local French-Canadian fare, which includes poutine, tourtière and, of course, maple syrup pie. The city is dotted with charming boutiques and art galleries that display and sell local artisans’ work. The city plays host to an array of events, including the Winter Carnival, a world-renowned festival that features parades, ice and snow sculptures, and sporting activities.
And while Québec City is mostly known for its historical, cultural, and culinary attractions, it also provides opportunities for outdoor recreation, including cycling, boating, fishing, golfing, hiking, and walking in the summer, and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dog sledding and ice skating come winter.
Less than a three hours’ drive from Montréal, Québec City offers cultural, natural, and outdoors attractions and is one of the province’s most popular vacation rental destinations.