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The birthplace of French Canada, Quebec City is one of the oldest European settlements in North America as well as the only fortified city north of Mexico with some of its walls still existing It’s a charming city with quaint cobblestone streets, towering fortresses, and castles, and history going back to the 1500s. Book your Quebec City car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel for a memorable trip! You’ll find economy vehicles like a Chevrolet Spark for just $64 CAD per day, or you can rent a spacious SUV such as a Ford Edge for $92 per day.

Guide to Quebec City


Quebec City is the second-largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec, after Montreal. It is perched on the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saint-Charles Rivers. The oldest parts of the city are located on Cap-Diamant, a cape on the edge of the Promontory of Quebec.

Climate in Quebec

Quebec City has a humid continental climate. This means that the city distinctly experiences all four seasons. The best time to visit Quebec City is between June and September or December and January because this is when the city comes alive with tons of festivals and other social events.


Quebec City’s name comes from the Algonquian term Kébec, which means “where the river narrows” in reference to its location at the meeting of two rivers. In 1608, French explorer Samuel de Champlain founded a settlement here. As a long-lasting result of this, the vast majority of Quebec City’s residents are Francophone, using a form of French known as Quebecois.

Things to do in Quebec City

Explore the magnificent historic district

The streets of Old Quebec house gorgeous European-esque architecture lining winding alleys with cobblestone streets. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historic district boasts some of the city’s most iconic attractions like the Citadel, Notre-Dame Basilica, and Quartier Petit-Champlain. Plan to spend an entire day here so you can leisurely visit the various attractions, pop by quaint artisanal shops for tasty pick-me-ups, and dig for the right souvenir to remember Old Quebec by.

Stroll through a lush park

Also referred to as the Plains of Abraham, Battlefields Park is a 267-acre green space located just a hop from Old Quebec. It stands proudly as a testament to Quebec’s history (and Canada’s fate!) because the monumental Battle of Quebec - which concluded when the French ceded Canada to Great Britain - took place at this very park. Today, it’s popular among runners looking to get some fresh air, nature enthusiasts wanting to admire the immaculately manicured gardens, and families getting together to share a picnic.

Eating out in Quebec City

Rated one of the best restaurants in Quebec City, Restaurant Tanière serves high-concept dishes and world-class wine to patrons inside of a historic vaulted wine cellar. Their preparation of classic steak dishes is unparalleled. Experience the sublime tasting menu with a significant other at Le Saint-Amour, known for employing classic French culinary techniques. It’s just a short hop from Quebec City to a tropical beach resort when you visit Restaurant Sensemilla. Their seafood platters (especially oysters) paired with incredible cocktails are guaranteed to have you doing a little jig with every mouthful.

Quebec city Transport


Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB), located 13 km (8.1 miles) west of the city center, serves Quebec City.

Getting around Quebec City

Public transportation in Quebec City is provided by Réseau de transport de la Capitale (RTC) and includes buses and trams. There is also rail transport available, operated by Via Rail at the Gare du Palais ('Palace Station'). If you want to get to other provinces, take a coach operated by Orleans Express or Intercar from the inter-city bus station, located adjacent to the train station.

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FAQs about car rental in Quebec

Most frequently asked questions about renting a car in Quebec

The average cost per day of renting a car in Quebec City is just $73 CAD.
Prices for Quebec City car rentals start from just $64 CAD when booking in advance with Enjoy Travel.
To rent a car in Quebec City you must be at least 18 years old.
Additional drivers can be added to your Quebec City car rental agreement upon request.
Explore Quebec City with a compact vehicle like a Kia Rio or similar.
Car rental prices in Quebec start at from around $29 per day average.
The minimum age to rent a car in Quebec is 21.

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