Quebec City

Best Cafes in Quebec City

The Best Cafes in Quebec City

Our love for the cafes in Quebec City has everything to do with architecture, interior design, ambience, thirst-quenching beverages (coffee & tea) and good food. We are often lured into a cafe based on its... Read More...
Petit-Champlain and Place-Royale Neighbourhood Guide

A Beginners Guide to Quebec City

The oldest city in Canada, Quebec City was originally known as New France, a settlement established by cartographer and explorer, Samuel de Champlain in 1608 — long before the British showed up, throwing their ... Read More...
THE BEST SPOTS FOR PHOTOGRAPHING CHATEAU FRONTENAC

The Best Spots for Photographing Château Frontenac

A château designed by Bruce Price as part of a series of luxury château style hotels (Banff Springs Hotel, Château Lake Louise) by the Canadian Pacific Railway company, Château Frontenac stands tall on a cape overlooking the St. Lawrence River and is one of th... Read More...
New France Festival in Quebec City

Celebrating the New France Festival in Quebec City

The streets and alleys of Place-Royale have a special kind of magic, it is an area of Quebec City where you can feel as though you are travelling through a time vortex (without the aid of the TARDIS of course). Cobblestone streets and 18th-century fieldstone b... Read More...
Cafe Saint Henri

Saint-Henri micro-torréfacteur

Light streams through the floor to ceiling windows, the air smells of perfectly roasted coffee and freshly baked artisanal doughnuts: white walls and blonde wood counters and tables, and a clean and linear desi... Read More...