Ross Gaudreault Cruise Terminal – close to Old Québec (Lesser Town)
The cruise port is located at Québec’s waterfront within walking distance of Old Québec. Ships anchor at the “Terminal de croisières“, or locally known as Ross Gaudreault Cruise Terminal, in Vieux Port or Basse-Ville (Old Port or Lower Town), below the Château Frontenac in the Pointe-â-Carcy area of the port.
The nearest hotels are located in Old Quebec, Lesser Town area. Most hotels however are conveniently located from the cruise terminal.
Just down the street from the Quebec Cruise Terminal is the Musee de la Civilisation where you can learn about Canadian history. The Open Market in the Old Port or Vieux Port is a great place to find fresh fruit or local Canadian products such as maple syrup, cheese, and some fruit wines. Nearby you can take the ferry ride to the town of Levis, directly across the St. Lawrence River, for a breathtaking view of the city.
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Best Hotels in Québec City (Stay near Cruise Terminal)
Sightseeing Tours (Hop-on Hop-off, City Walking, etc.), Day Trips (Whale Watching, etc.)