Ultimate 3 Weeks Quebec Itinerary
Do you want to visit Quebec in three weeks? Great!
To help you organize your stay, I have prepared a 3-week itinerary for you in Quebec that will allow you to discover the unmissable places of interest in La Belle Province.
Departing from Montreal, I take you to discover Mont Tremblant, national parks, the Saguenay Fjord, Tadoussac, Gaspésie, Quebec City, and much more!
In addition to things to do each day and travel times, also find, for each stage, our selection of the best accommodations to sleep during your road trip.
You will see that thanks to our advice, planning your 20, 21 or 22 day trip to Quebec will be super easy!
So, what to do and see in Quebec in 3 weeks?
Day 1-2: Montreal
To visit Quebec in 20 or 21 days, I suggest you arrive in Montreal.
During this 3-week Quebec itinerary, you are going to need to rent a car. The best is to rent it directly at the airport.
On the program for this first day in Montreal, I advise you to take a walk in the Old Montreal and Old Port district.
- The Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal
- Bonsecours Market
- The Quai de l’Horloge where you can take a ride on the largest Ferris wheel in Canada ( places can be reserved here)
- Place Jacques Cartier
- Take a stroll along the St. Lawrence River or a cruise to admire the city from another angle ( reservations here).
If you want to learn more about the history of some of these places, you can also book a guided tour of Old Montreal by clicking here!
At noon, head to the Pointe à Callières museum restaurant, in the Old Port. Count only $25 for a full gourmet menu. It is one of the best in town and in addition you can enjoy the panoramic view. Just remember to book!
For the afternoon, head to Mont Royal Park, one of the favorite places for Montrealers to go for a walk or go sledding and ice skating in winter.
Don’t hesitate to climb up to the Mont-Royal belvedere to admire the view of the entire city. It’s really a must for this three-week stay in Quebec!
At the end of the day, explore the Plateau Mont-Royal district with typical houses with exterior metal stairs and finish with a good poutine (the national dish!) at La Banquise. This is the most famous place to taste it.
Spend the night in Montreal.
The next day, continuation of the visit of Montreal.
To do and see during this second day:
- Climb to the top of the Olympic Stadium tower in a panoramic elevator and enjoy the view
- Visit of the Montreal Biodôme which reconstructs the ecosystems of the American continent
- Stroll through the Montreal Botanical Garden, located near the Biodôme
- Shopping in the shops of rue Sainte Catherine.
Spend another night in Montreal.
To plan your trips during your visit to Montreal, I advise you to use the STM website.
It calculates the fastest route in real time. The bus or metro stops as well as any problems on the lines are indicated, which is super practical. That way, you won’t waste time in transport!
Accommodation in Montreal
- M Montreal : Youth hostel located 5 minutes walk from the Berri Uquam metro station on Sainte Catherine Street. Bed in a modern and comfortable dormitory from €25 per night, breakfast included. Possibility also to sleep in a double room. The pluses: very welcoming staff, modern infrastructure, bar in the basement with shows on certain evenings. An excellent choice where to stay inexpensively in Montreal!
- Best Western Plus Hotel Montreal: Located in the entertainment district. Warm and spacious double room from 150€ per night. Most: the perfect location for visiting Montreal, cleanliness, comfortable beds.
- Le Dauphin Montreal Centre-Ville: Located 200 meters from the Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal and 5 min walk from the Old Port. Double room from €170, breakfast included. Most: very well located, the size of the rooms, the large bed.
- Le Petit Hotel Montreal: Located in the historic center of Montreal. Room with real character with exposed stone and brick wall, from €250, breakfast included. Most: the service, the good breakfast, the charm of the hotel.
- Le St-Martin Hotel Centre-ville – Hotel Particulier: Located 50 m from rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest. Elegant and cozy double room from 290€. Most: the swimming pool with waterfall and water jets, the adorable staff, the location, the comfort. This is our recommendation for an upscale stay in Montreal!
- Hotel Birks Montreal: Located downtown, this 5* hotel offers superb tastefully decorated rooms starting at €500, breakfast at €19. Most: the perfect location, the architecture, the friendliness of the staff, the Spa. This is our recommendation for a luxury stay in Montreal!
Day 3: Mont Tremblant
Then really start this 3-week Quebec Itinerary by leaving Montreal to reach Mont-Tremblant.
Count about 1h30 by car between the 2.
Mont-Tremblant is renowned in Canada as one of the places where the fall colors are the most beautiful.
Having had the chance to go there at that time, I can assure you that it is really worth the detour! The trees take on warm tones ranging from yellow to fiery red and are reflected in the lake. It is simply splendid.
Moreover, know that if you want to take a little height to enjoy it even more, helicopter flights are offered above Mont-Tremblant.
And if you visit Mont-Tremblant more in winter or summer, don’t worry, between hiking, water activities, a 4 km zip line or skiing, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy.
Sleep one night in Mont-Tremblant.
Accommodation in Mont-Tremblant
- Auberge Manitonga Mont-Tremblant : Youth hostel located 5 minutes by car from the village of Mont-Tremblant and 10 minutes by bus. Bed in dormitory from 30€ per night. The pluses: the good price/performance ratio, the nearby lake, the warm welcome, the pleasant surroundings. An excellent choice for affordable accommodation in Mont-Tremblant!
- Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Mont Tremblant: Located 5 min drive from the center of the village. Spacious and welcoming double room from €100 per night, breakfast included. Most: the indoor swimming pool, the size and comfort of the rooms, the free parking, the friendliness of the staff. It is our favorite for its price/performance ratio in Mont-Tremblant!
- Château Beauvallon: Located 10 minutes from Mont Tremblant. Well-equipped suite with balcony and kitchenette from €125 per night. The pluses: the indoor and outdoor heated pools, the tranquility, the shuttle to go to Mont-Tremblant.
- Le Grand Lodge Mont-Tremblant : Hotel located on the shores of Lac Ouimet. Comfortable and spacious double room from €170 per night, breakfast at €17. Most: the superb view of the lake, the location, the indoor swimming pool, the spa, the style of the hotel, all in wood and with fireplaces in the rooms.
- Hôtel Fairmont Tremblant : This luxury hotel is located at the foot of Mont-Tremblant, right next to the pedestrian village. Very comfortable double room from €300 per night, breakfast at €30. The pluses: all the services of a 5*, the location, the heated swimming pools, the quality of the service, the magnificent facilities. This is our recommendation for a luxury stay in Mont-Tremblant!
Day 4-5: La Mauricie National Park
For this third leg of your three-week itinerary in Quebec, I recommend that you go explore La Mauricie National Park for 2 days.
The trip will take you all morning from Mont-Tremblant, approximately 3 hours drive.
In the afternoon, relax and stretch your legs by taking a walk to admire the beautiful natural landscapes.
In summer, you will have the possibility of canoeing on one of the lakes or a more advanced hike. In winter, put on your skis or snowshoes for the sporty version, or opt for a dog sled or snowmobile ride.
A panoply of activities typical of a circuit in Canada!
The next day, I suggest you make the most famous excursion in the park, that of the Waber Falls. The arrival at the falls is a bit worth it, you will first have to canoe 4 km then walk another 4 km before arriving there (and the same thing on the way back!). Plan the day and pack a picnic.
Accommodation in La Mauricie National Park
For camping enthusiasts, the park offers large tents fitted out both in winter (wood stove) and in summer. Common premises are available for preparing food and washing. You can find more information on this site.
And for those who prefer a little more comfort, here are the best accommodations near the park.
- L’Auberge Refuge du Trappeur: Located at the entrance to the park. Double room from 80€. Most: the location, the friendly welcome.
- Gîte aux Traditions : Located in the main street of St-Jean des Piles, just 5km from the park. Double room from €85 per night, breakfast included. Most: the location, lovely hosts, the hearty and excellent homemade breakfast, advice for activities to do in the park.
- Hôtel Marineau Shawinigan: Located 15 km from the national park. Double room from €85, breakfast included. Most: the cleanliness, the comfort of the beds, the good breakfast.
- Auberge motel drakkar: Located in Shawinigan. Spacious double room from 100€ per night. Most: the good breakfast, the welcoming owner, the calm.
Day 6: Lac St-Jean
We continue this 3-week trip to Quebec with another stop: Lac St-Jean.
Here too, the 3h45 journey will take you well in the morning but you will not see the time pass by contemplating the beautiful landscapes.
For the schedule of the afternoon, everything depends on your desires and your centers of interest.
If you are spending your holidays in Quebec with your family, I advise you to visit the St-Félicien zoo. During the journey in the small mesh train, it is you who will be “in a cage” and the animals in total freedom. This is the best way to observe the zoo’s bison, moose, bears or wolves. If you have kids, you can’t go wrong with this choice!
For the schedules and prices of the zoo, it is on the official site.
Do you prefer history and want to discover that of the Aboriginal nations of Quebec? Then go to the Amerindian Museum which is located in Mashteuiatsh, by the lake.
The information is also on the official website.
Third option: the historic village of Val-Jabert, an authentic reconstruction of a Quebec village from the 1920s with its shops and historic buildings.
More details on the official website.
Spend the night in one of the hotels that I recommend below, on the shores of the lake.
Accommodation at Lac St-jean
- Auberge de jeunesse du Lac St-Jean : Located on the shores of the lake, a 12-minute walk from the beach. Bed in dormitory from 20€ per night. Most: quiet location, very pleasant and clean common area, comfortable bed.
- Maison Zacharie : Establishment located in Desbiens, by the lake. Large comfortable double room from €55 per night, breakfast included. The pluses: family welcome, very pretty area, good breakfast, quiet and comfortable establishment.
- Motel L’Avantage : Located by the lake, about 8 km from the historic village of Val-Jalbert. Basic but clean double room from 65€ per night, breakfast included. The pluses: access to a private beach, the superb view of the lake, a very friendly welcome.
- Chalets and Spa Lac St-Jean : 6 minutes by car from the historic village and 40 minutes from the zoo. Cozy fully equipped loft with kitchenette and terrace from €100 per night. Most: beautiful view, large apartment, direct access to the beach, geographical location. It is our favorite for its performance / price ratio.
- Hôtel historique de Val-Jalbert : Located in Chambord in a completely renovated building from the 1920s. Modern, comfortable and warm double room from €200 per night, breakfast included and you can even enjoy dinner for that price! Access to the historic village is also included. Most: the atmosphere, the activities offered, the welcoming staff, the excellent restaurant, the decor of the rooms. The best choice for a high-end trip to Quebec.
Day 7-8: Saguenay Fjord
Today, we continue this three-week circuit in Quebec by going to the Fjord du Saguenay, about a 2-hour drive from Lac St-Jean.
Also on this side, you will not be disappointed by the magnificent landscapes. To fully enjoy the activities of the Fjord, I recommend that you stay there for 2 days.
Organize your program so as not to miss:
- The village of Anse St-Jean which can claim to be one of the most beautiful villages in Quebec. The only village in the South of the Fjord to be located on the edge, it allows you to contemplate a beautiful panorama.
- The village of Sainte-Rose-du-Nord whose position in a valley surrounded by mountains is also very pretty.
During these 2 days, it would also be a shame not to take the opportunity to do at least one hike. The most famous for its viewpoints is that of the Sentier de la Statue (about 7 km round trip).
The Fjord can also be admired from the water. For that, choose a boat cruise or a sea kayak trip. If you are lucky, you may be able to spot whales or belugas.
For a more winter program, you will also have the opportunity to occupy yourself with:
- Ice fishing to catch your fish from a hole dug in the ice
- A snowshoe outing
- Nordic skiing.
Accommodation in the Saguenay Fjord
- Escale au presbytère B&B : The establishment is located in Petit-Saguenay, very close to the Fjord. Pleasant and spacious double room from €60 per night, breakfast included. Most: the setting and the calm, the delicious breakfast, the comfortable bedding, the impeccable cleanliness. It is our favorite for its price / performance ratio, I really recommend that you stay there for 2 nights.
- Chalets sur le Fjord: Located at Anse St-Jean, ranked among the most beautiful villages in Quebec. Apartment or studio with kitchenette from €80 per night. The pluses: the magnificent setting with a view of the Fjord, the comfortable and modern apartments, the jacuzzi.
- Lodge des Bois : Located in St-Félix-d’Otis, by the lake. Chalet in the middle of the forest with private access to the lake. The Lodge is fully equipped, the decoration is modern and it has a terrace and a barbecue. The place is very quiet and the view magnificent. From €100 per night + €30 cleaning fee (if there are several of you, the bill drops quickly). I really recommend it for a stay in the heart of Canada! Do not hesitate long, there is only one!
- Le 30 de Vébron : Apartment located in the pretty village of Anse St-Jean. This 250m² apartment can accommodate up to 7 people for €160 per night. It is well equipped, very beautiful, and located in a pleasant setting. It is ideal if you are traveling with family or for a group of friends.
Day 9: Tadoussac
For the sixth stage of this 3-week in Quebec, I suggest you live a unique experience! Today you have a date with the whales!
Departures for cruises are from Tadoussac, which is a 2-hour drive from the Saguenay Fjord. Considered one of the 50 most beautiful bays in the world, it is also a famous place to go whale watching.
There are several options for your cruise depending on the duration or type of boats you want. In any case, it is better to book your sea trip in advance because it is the most touristic activity in the region.
For a trip on a big boat, tickets can be booked directly by clicking here. This cruise, which lasts about 3 hours, also allows you to take a tour of the Fjord (which can be nice if you haven’t had time to do it the previous 2 days!).
Another possibility: a zodiac excursion! This lasts 2h30 and also includes the passage through the Fjord. Not insignificant advantages: you will be in a small group and you will be able to approach the whales as closely as possible.
Book your ticket in advance right here.
Spend the night in Tadoussac.
Accommodation in Tadoussac
- Motel de l’Anse à l’Eau : Located in Tadoussac. Double room from €55 per night. Most: the situation, the friendliness of the staff, the free parking, the cleanliness. It is an excellent performance / price ratio.
- Hôtel le Beluga : Located in Tadoussac. Spacious and bright double room from €80 per night, breakfast included. The advantages: the geographical location, the friendliness of the staff, the comfort of the rooms, the hearty and delicious breakfast.
- Auberge la Tanière : Located 8km from Tadoussac, on the shores of Lac Boulanger. Comfortable and cozy double room from €90 per night, breakfast included. Most: the superb view, the calm, the geographical location, the great welcome. It is our favorite for its performance / price ratio!
- Hôtel Tadoussac : The hotel overlooks Tadoussac Bay and the Saguenay Fjord. Double room from €115 per night, breakfast included. Most: being able to observe the whales while having your breakfast, the sumptuous setting, the location, the outdoor swimming pool.
Day 10-12: Gaspésie National Park
Continue your three-week road trip in Quebec through another national park: that of Gaspésie.
From Tadoussac, head north to the village of Les Escoumins, about 30 minutes by car. From there, you will need to take the ferry to Trois-Pistoles, on the other side of the St. Lawrence. Count around $22 per person for a 90-minute crossing.
You will find timetables and fares for the Les Escoumins – Trois Pistoles ferry on this site. It is better to book in advance.
Once disembarked, it will take you another good 3 hours to reach the national park. But since ferry departures are usually quite early in the morning, you should arrive at the park by mid-afternoon.
We come here mainly for hiking and this is the program that I suggest you follow for the afternoon and the next 2 days. Whether you are with family or friends, more or less athletic, you will find trails adapted to your level.
Between 2 hikes, you can also go canoeing or try your hand at fishing. In winter, it is possible to practice cross-country skiing or even ice climbing!
On the park’s official website, you will find avery well done map of the trails showing you the place of departure, the length and the average duration of the route as well as the degree of difficulty. Do not hesitate to consult it to prepare your visit.
Accommodation in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts
- Motel Manoir sur Mer: Located in Sainte-Anne, along the St. Lawrence River. Spacious and comfortable double room from 90€ per night. Most: the situation at the edge of the river and the direct access to the latter by the terrace, the view.
- Auberge Seigneurie des Monts: Located in Sainte-Anne, 20 minutes from the Gaspésie National Park. Cozy double room with comfortable bedding from €110. Most: the warm welcome, the good breakfast, the view of the river.
- Hotel & Cie: Located in the center. Spacious and very comfortable room from 110€ per night. The pluses: the location for visiting the national park, the ultra-comfortable beds, the hotel’s good restaurant.
- Gîte du Mont-Albert – Sepaq: Located inside the national park. Very spacious and well appointed double room from 150€. Most: the location in the mountains, in the heart of the park, the general atmosphere of the hotel, the calm, the swimming pool, the sauna. It is our favorite for its geographical location!
Day 13-14: Pierced
For this stage of your 3-week itinerary in Quebec, I suggest you reach the easternmost point of Gaspésie: Percé.
But before you get there, be sure to stop at Forillon National Park. To get there from Parc de la Gaspésie, take route 132, which is ranked among the most beautiful scenic roads in Quebec. Everywhere the landscapes are magnificent!
You will take about 2h40 by car and count a little more with the photo stops.
The park is famous for its steep cliffs shaped by erosion. I advise you to go through Cap-des-Rosiers and reach Cap-Bon-Ami to contemplate them. From there, you can hike to Grande-Cave and cover part of the tip of the cap on foot.
At the end of the afternoon, take Route 132 back to Percé (1h10 journey).
Percé is known for its Percé Rock, an emblem of Quebec and Gaspésie, which you can see from many places in the village. And most of the hotels that I suggest also offer a direct view of it.
Spend the night in Percé.
The next day, I recommend that you stay in Percé to have time to visit Bonaventure Island, which is home to a large colony of northern gannets. The best way to observe them is to opt for a cruise.
It is also possible to make a stopover on the island for a walk. 4 different trails (with a total length of 15 km) allow you to go around it and get as close as possible to the gannets.
Spend a second night in Percé.
Accommodation in Percé
- Au pic de l’Aurore Motel-Chalets: Located in Percé, with a view of Percé Rock. Fully equipped room or cottage with kitchenette from €75. Most: the view of the sea, barbecues and picnic tables available, tranquility.
- Hotel Le Mirage: Located in Percé. Spacious room with stunning views of the pierced rock from €100. Most: the setting, the surrounding landscape, the swimming pool, the calm and the excellent breakfast.
- Hotel Les Trois Soeurs: Hotel located on the shores of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Spacious and bright room with sea view from 100€. The pluses: direct access to the beach, the outdoor facilities, the ideal location for the pier for Bonaventure Island, the excellent restaurant. It is our favorite for its performance / price ratio!
- Hotel La Côte Surprise: Located at the exit of Percé. Double room with large bay window and panoramic view of the pierced rock from €130. Most: the calm, the comfort of the beds, the location.
Day 15: Chaleur bay
New day of this three-week trip to Quebec, go down a little further south of Gaspésie, still following route 132.
After about 2h30 hours on the road, you will arrive at Chaleur Bay which starts from the village of Saint-Godefroi and runs along the villages of Hope, Bonaventure, New Richmond, Carleton-sur-Mer to Escuminac and Pointe-à -the cross.
Regarding the next day’s stage, I also recommend that you stop in the vicinity of Carleton-sur-Mer for the night (hence my selection of hotels).
The Baie des Chaleurs was named for its microclimate which makes it a popular seaside region for its long beaches. During the afternoon, you can enjoy the resort of Carleton, the beach and water activities.
Several hiking trails also provide access to belvederes offering a panorama of the entire bay. The most beautiful viewpoints are at the top of Mont Saint-Joseph and Mont Carleton.
Accommodation near Chaleur Bay
- Hostellerie Baie Bleue: located in Carleton, on the shores of Baie des Chaleurs. Well-equipped room with comfortable bedding from €80. Most: the swimming pool, the private beach, the view.
- Motel L’Abri: located in Carleton-sur-Mer. Comfortable and clean room with kitchen or kitchenette from 110€. The pluses: the friendly welcome, the comfort, the proximity to the sea, the possibility of cooking.
- Manoir Belle Plage: located in Carleton and overlooking the Baie des Chaleurs. Very spacious and cozy room from 150€. Most: the jacuzzi in some rooms, the very helpful staff, the view of the mountains or the sea.
Day 16-17: Bic National Park
Even today, a good part of the morning will be devoted to the journey to Parc du Bic, the next stage of your 3-week circuit in Quebec!
From Carleton, once again , take Route 132 to reach the park entrance. By following the different stages of this recommended itinerary in Quebec, you will have traveled all of Route 132 and been able to enjoy all of its exceptional landscapes!
Here are some ideas for activities and things to do in Parc national du Bic for the afternoon and the following day:
- Hiking on the 25 km of trails
- By bike: 15 km of cycle paths to cover
- Du kayak
- Observation of wildlife and seals in particular
- In winter: snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, Nordic skiing, fat bike…
Do not hesitate to consult the official site of the park for the details of the trails and activities.
Accommodation in Parc national du Bic
- Motel du Bic: located 900 meters from the park entrance. Comfortable and pleasant room from 80€. Most: the good homemade bread at breakfast and the homemade pizzas also in the evening, the cleanliness, the welcome of the owners.
- Gîte chez Rosemarie: this B&B offers rooms from €90, breakfast included. Most: excellent breakfast, the friendliness of the owner, the view.
- L’Auberge du Mange Grenouille: just 2 minutes by car from the Parc du Bic. Room with very atypical and colorful decor, with sea or garden view from 90€. The pluses: the original setting of the hotel, the jacuzzi, the gourmet cuisine served in the restaurant.
Day 18-20: Quebec
Impossible to visit Quebec in 3 weeks without going through the city of the same name. Quebec City deserves a few days!
From Bic National Park, the trip will take you about 3 hours to reach Quebec. As the city is located on the other side of the St. Lawrence River, you will need to take the ferry from Levis to reach Québec.
The crossing is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a splendid view of all of Quebec and get a first impression of the city.
In the afternoon, stroll along the pretty cobbled streets lined with shops in the Petit-Champlain district to Place Royale and the Fresque des Québecois. Then go back to the upper part of the city (on foot or by funicular) to pass by the Notre-Dame cathedral basilica and join the Promenade de la Terrasse Dufferin.
The opportunity to admire the emblematic hotel of Quebec: the Château Frontenac. You can book a guided tour of the interior of the castle by clicking here, but maybe you will even have the chance to spend the night there?
Spend a night in Quebec.
The next day, continuation of this 20-21 day stay in Quebec with another walk in the city:
- Discovery of the Citadel of Quebec
- Walk in the Plains of Abraham
- Visit of the Parliament Building
- Climb to the observatory of the capital
In the afternoon, I advise you to take your car back to see Montmorency Falls, just 15 minutes away. Higher than Niagara Falls, it offers an impressive sight, whether in summer or in winter when it is partially frozen.
Don’t forget to book in advance your ticket for the cable car that leads to the top of the falls if you want to avoid waiting in line.
Spend another night in Quebec.
And for the third day in Quebec, I suggest you go explore the surroundings.
For example, you can go to Île d’Orléans, north of Quebec, in just 15 minutes by car. Take a tour of the island and discover the Quebec countryside and authentic rural villages.
And if you are doing this 3-week road trip in Quebec with your children, another option is to take them to spend the day at Village Vacances Valcartier. In winter, it is the largest amusement center in North America.
Your children and yourself can enjoy the 35 snow slides, skating trails and go snow rafting. There’s also a large indoor water park with wave pools and water slides.
In summer, the huge outdoor aquatic area awaits you with swimming pools, slides, buoys…
If you choose this option, you can take the opportunity to sleep at the Valcartier hotel, rather than returning to Quebec for the last night.
Depending on your interests, there are also plenty of great activities you can try around Quebec:
- A snowmobile ride! This is the Tips: favorite for a winter outing!
- A dog sled excursion to Lake St Joseph, 50 km from Quebec
- Go watch the black bears
- A quad outing in the heart of nature
- A snowshoe hike in Jacques-Cartier National Park with round-trip transportation included from Quebec
- A hike with a guide (also in Jacques-Cartier National Park – transport included)
- A trip down the St. Lawrence River by ice canoe
- A sea kayak excursion to Île d’Orléans
- A fat bike ride (a bike specially equipped with large snow tires)
- Via Ferrata in the Bras-du-Nord Valley, 1 hour from Quebec.
And to organize your visit to Quebec and its surroundings, read our article: What to do and see in Quebec?
Accommodation in Quebec
- Auberge internationale de Québec: Youth hostel located in Old Quebec. Bed in dormitory from 27€. Pros: location, cleanliness. The best choice for cheap accommodation in Quebec!
- Hôtel Manoir Vieux-Québec: Located right next to the Château Frontenac. Modern and comfortable double room from €130 per night. Most: the geographical location, the view from the terrace, the comfort of the beds.
- Hôtel Port-Royal: Located in Old Quebec City. Double room equipped with a kitchenette from €170. Most: the location to visit Quebec on foot, the welcoming staff.
- Hotel Clarendon : Also located in Old Quebec, you will stay in a 19th century building. Cozy double room from €170, breakfast at €22. Most: the very comfortable beds, the geographical position in the center, the view from some rooms.
- Le Capitole Hotel : Located in Old Quebec. Superb room decorated with great taste from 290€ per night. Most: the friendly staff, the superb location, the quality of the service, the swimming pool on the top floor, the excellent breakfast. This is our recommendation for an upscale stay in Quebec!
- Château Frontenac : Why not spend a night in the most photographed hotel in the world? A unique experience and the opportunity to enjoy all the services and comfort of a luxury hotel: spa, swimming pool, gourmet restaurants. A good way to have fun in Quebec, it’s not every day that you can sleep at the Château Frontenac!
Day 21: Return to Montreal
You have arrived at the last leg of your 3-week car tour in Quebec, and unfortunately that means the return to Montreal.
From Quebec, a 3-hour drive separates you from Montreal. Depending on the time of your flight or if you leave the next day, you can finish discovering a little Montreal.
For example, you can go for a walk to the Atwater market which is located on the edge of the Lachine Canal or near Parc Jean-Drapeau.
Your vacation in Quebec lasts 20 days? No problem, you just have to delete a day in Quebec or in the Gaspésie National Park.
For a 22-day itinerary in Quebec, then you can add a day at any stage. If you are more of a city, you can spend an extra day in Montreal. And if you prefer nature, add a day in one of the national parks .
Do not hesitate to give us your opinion and suggestions on our 20-21-22 day itinerary in Quebec!
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