We are planning a 4-day (3-night) stay in Quebec City.
We will arrive on Friday, August 17th. We are staying in old Quebec.
When we arrive in Quebec City on Friday we are planning on just checking in, and eating somewhere nice, then relax. Possibly stroll around the town a bit.
For Saturday, we are planning on probably spending most of the day around the city. We might take a walking tour, or just check out everything on our own. We are still trying to decide whether or not to do a tour. Saturday Evening we are taking the AML dinner cruise which travels by Montmorency Falls and should give nice views of the city at night.
Nothing is really planned yet for Sunday. I am trying to decide if there is enough to see in the city itself to just stay close to the city another day, or if we should venture out. Someone mentioned that "ile d'orleans" was a very nice, and close place to visit, so that is an option. We really like historic and unique sites, and love seeing scenery.
We will have most of the day on Monday to spend in the area as well.
If anyone has any advice to give on things that are must-sees in the area, I would really appreciate the suggestions. Also if there are restaurant suggestions that would be awesome too. I have been told that Le Lapin Sauté is amazing, and that definitely looks like a place we will probably want to eat one of the nights. We enjoy food that is unique to the area we are traveling in, and it looks like Quebec City offers many options for this.
Thanks for reading this, and I really appreciate any suggestions you might have.