Quebec City is, incontestably, a living breathing winter-wonderland. It's no surprise that the historic city is home to the largest Winter Carnival in the world. Come practice your French and your high kicks with Bonhomme Carnaval!
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As you hike up and down around town with a local guide, you'll see the Plains of Abraham, Parliament, Grande Allée, Quartier Petit Champlain, Place Royale and Château Frontenac;
Stop to admire "La Fresque des Québécois". See how many characters of Quebec's history you can identify!
Go tobogganing by the Château Frontenac on the world famous Terrasse Dufferin wooden toboggan run, and then warm up with a cup of hot chocolate;
Take in the view from the top of the city’s tallest building: l’Observatoire de la Capitale during your self-guided visit;
Participate in a French-Canadian legends theatre workshop;
Visit LeVillage Huron to learn more about the First Nations ways of life, past, present and future;
See how guests stay warm in the themed suites of the Hotel de Glace de Québec during your guided tour;
Try out all of the fun snow slides at the Village Vacances Valcartier;
Line up for the parade! Jump and sing to keep warm during the "Défilé du Carnaval", the ultimate Winter Carnival festivity.
Visit the Lower Town with your tour leader and see Place Royale and le Quartier du Petit Champlain.
The Musée de la Civilisation is the perfect place to explore Quebec from many different angles;
Check out more than 60 teams competing in the annual Ice Canoe Races at Quebec Winter Carnival;
Spend some time exploring Old Quebec and the sites of the largest winter carnival in the world: Quebec's Winter Carnival!
Drive your own dogsledding team as you and your friends go cruising through the maple groves;
Feast and dance during your authentic French Canadian sugar shack experience;
Head out to visit the the Montmorency Falls, a true Quebec icon;
Enjoy the many pleasures of winter including skating, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at Le Domaine de Maizerets.