Flights to Quebec City

Book cheap flights to Quebec City with FlyOfinder and visit the very French city exuding European charm. This major Canadian city is ready to attract you with its culture, heritage, well-preserved historic buildings, theatre festivals and gourmet restaurants. Quebec City while proudly celebrating its European connections fully epitomizes French Canada in its true sense.

Quebec City, situated above the St. Lawrence River, is larger than Alaska and was Canada’s first noteworthy settlement. Quebec City’s design and décor looks essentially French, with even 95 percent of its residents being French-speaking. If you are looking for a French atmosphere in North America then Quebec City is undoubtedly the place to enjoy a great vacation.

Quebec City Travel Tips

Quebec City becomes a winter wonderland during the Winter Carnival, held from January 26 to February 11 every year. The carnival is marked by snow sculptures, parades, dog sledding, snow rafting, an ice palace and an old-fashioned marketplace with greeters donning period costume.

Quebec City has four large ski resorts close to it. These include Mont-Sainte-Anne (best for night skiing with 64 ski trails on three mountain sides), Stoneham (32 trails on four mountains), Le Relais and Le Massif.  

Montmorency Falls at the mouth of the Montmorency River in a provincial park is higher than Niagara Falls. It’s a must-visit in Quebec City.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Flights to Quebec City mostly arrive at Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB). It is the main airport, located in Sainte-Foy and is about 15 km or 9.3 mile from downtown Quebec City. It will take you around 20 minutes by taxi or car to reach downtown from the airport. The airport also handles flights to domestic destinations as well. For example, Toronto to Quebec City flight will take 1 hour 30 minutes to cover a distance of approximately 729 km or 453 miles.

Quebec City’s Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) is mostly served by prominent airlines such as Air Canada, WestJet Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines.

Burlington (in Vermont) is the closest US city to fly to Quebec City. It is at a distance of 240 miles from Quebec City. If you are traveling by a car then it will take about 4 hours 30 minutes to drive from Burlington to Quebec City.

The months from June to September and December to February is the best time to visit Quebec City. The city hosts plenty of festivals during the summer and winter months. In fact, summertime is considered to be the peak tourist season because of warmer weather. Fewer tourists can be seen during the spring and fall seasons, and it’s therefore easier to get cheap flights to Quebec City during these times. It’s maple syrup season in springtime, while the city dazzles with color foliage in autumn.

Quebec City, a predominantly French-speaking city, is renowned for its architectural wonders, European feel and plenty of annual festivals. Take part in Winter Carnival, the most popular event here with an ice castle, ice sculptures and skiing. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Québec, which is the only walled city north of Mexico. Enjoy sightseeing by visiting top attractions such as Place-Royale (birthplace of the French colony and the French-American community), Quartier Petit-Champlain (oldest shopping district in North America), The Citadel (largest British-built fortress in North America), Notre-Dame-de-Québec Basilica (one of the oldest cathedrals in North America), and many more.

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