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The basic guide to Ville de Québec, Canada’s French capital – Part 2

We continue with part 2 of our basic guide to Ville de Québec. We’ve already talked about the city’s history, its landmarks and its food. If you haven’t read this part yet, go to “The basic guide to getting to know Ville de Québec, Canada’s French capital – Part 1” here.

Quebec City Nightlife

We’ve already mentioned that the city is perfect for people who love beautiful historical sites and architecture, with a rich history and many European influences, but there’s much more to explore in the Ville de Québec.

For those who like to party or enjoy more lively activities, the city has a great nightlife and there are plenty of things to do after the sun goes down. There are many bars and clubs that have live music and DJs playing all kinds of musical genres, from rock to pop, hip-hop and more. 

There are also many pubs where people can enjoy their favorite drinks with friends or at their own pace, without having to worry about finding a table. If you’re looking for something different that you couldn’t do in Brazil, there’s also the possibility of visiting a casino and experiencing a night of betting, gaming and slot machines.

The best part of this whole experience is that Quebec City is a very safe place, so you can go out at night and wander the streets at will without too many worries.

Other tours in Quebec

Quebec City has many things to do, but there are also many ways to enjoy peace and quiet if you want to get away from the crowds. There are many parks and green spaces that allow visitors to enjoy nature in a peaceful setting, have picnics or just take in the beautiful views and landscapes.

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In addition to the parks, it is also possible to go on other different excursions, such as sailing on the St. Lawrence River, which is on the edge of the city, or visiting the Observatoire de la Capitale (Capital Observatory), which gives you a panoramic view of the city.


Life in Quebec City

Quebec City is not only a beautiful city, it is also often ranked as one of the best places to live, due to its low crime rate, high standards and quality of life. The cost of living is also lower than in other big cities in Canada.

The climate in Quebec City has four well-defined seasons, with cold, snowy winters and warmer summers. But it’s important to remember that houses and establishments are prepared to deal with the cold, having heating and thermal insulation. In addition, winter brings with it a series of different possibilities in everyday life, such as festivals, sports or other outings, as well as changes in the landscape.

And it’s always good to remember that this is a place with high security, a lower cost of living than other big cities in Canada and a very high quality of life.


A city with a lot to offer

Whether as a tourist destination, a learning trip or as an immigration option, Ville de Québec is certainly a city you should consider as an option. It’s a multicultural city with open arms to welcome people and a huge range of things to do and enjoy.

It’s important to note that the city’s main language is French, so knowing the language is essential if you want to enjoy everything the place has to offer. If you want to take your first step towards getting to know this wonderful place, École Québec offers French classes focusing on Québécois French, teaching you all the peculiarities of the language in this region, as well as a great opportunity to learn more about the culture of the province.

Why not book a trial lesson and start getting to know the language? You won’t regret it! 


Come and talk to us and take your first step towards expanding your horizons!

Book your free trial lesson here!

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