With friends, your special someone and even your teenagers, enjoy the magic of the Holiday Season. There's a flurry of activities in store for you in the city, the suburbs and the great outdoors!

Petit-Champlain Street | Credit:  Ville de Québec
Credit: Ville de Québec

The Best Decorated Areas for the Holiday Season

Starting in early December, Old Québec is transformed into a real Christmas village, just like out of Charles Dickens's novel « A Chrismas Carol », where lights, decorations, and snow create an enchanting setting like no other. Stroll through the best decorated streets and areas:

  • Rue du Petit-Champlain
  • Place Royale
  • Place de l’Hôtel-De-Ville
  • Place D’Youville
  • Grande Allée et l’Hôtel du Parlement
  • Rue Saint-Joseph

Locate those places with the map of the best decorated areas

Christmas Markets

Farmers Market | Credit:  Marché du Vieux-Port
Credit: Marché du Vieux-Port

Christmas Market at the Old Port Market

Discover more than 1,000 regional products and handicrafts, perfect to decorate your reception or to give as gifts, in a magical and unique festive atmosphere! 
Old Port Market 
November 25, 2014 to January 5, 2015 (Closed on December 25 and January 1st ).

Germain Christmas Market | Credit:  Germain Christmas Market
Credit: Germain Christmas Market

German Christmas Market

Enjoy the ambiance of this authentic outdoor European Christmas market. You’ll find delicious traditional products like mulled wine, gingerbread, and grilled sausages, as well as decorative items made for the Holiday Season.
Place de l’Hôtel-de-Ville
November 28 to 30, December 3 to 7 and December 10 to 14, 2014

Québec City Craft Fair

Pick up some original Christmas gifts at the Québec City Craft Fair, where over 250 skilled artisans showcase their wares. Wide selection of handmade leather, wooden and glass goods, as well as clothing, furniture, jewellery, pottery, furs, food products and more.
Centre de Foires, ExpoCité
December 4 to 14, 2014

Activities for Everyone

More activities for the Holiday Season

Many tourism operators offer special activities for the Holidays. Make the most of your time off!

Click here to see what to do during the Holiday Season

Celebrating the New Year

New Year's Eve in Québec City | Credit:  Ville de Québec
Credit: Ville de Québec

New Year's Eve in Québec City

Grande Allée restaurants and bars will be opening and heating their outdoor patios so you can celebrate with friends and family to your heart’s content in complete comfort. 
December 27 to 31, 2014



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