Québec City in winter, perfect destination for the Winter World Masters Games

Québec City is a UNESCO world heritage treasure, the only fortified city north of Mexico, and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Its European charm and modern, North American appeal, set off by a blend of history and culture, shape its distinctive character.

Avenue Saint-Denis, Québec City

The Québec City Winter World Masters Games will take place in the festive atmosphere of the Québec Winter Carnival, the biggest winter carnival in the world!

Put on a warm hat, mittens, and coat, and enjoy Québec City’s winter attractions! Spectacular snow-covered landscapes, the Plains of Abraham, the majestic St. Lawrence River, and Québec City’s myriad activities will delight you!

During your stay, discover 400 years of history in the cradle of French civilization in North America. The picturesque streets and neighborhoods of Old Québec near the Québec City Convention Centre are packed with historical and cultural attractions.

Québec City has scores of shops and restaurants where you can find local products, artisans, and gourmet cuisine. Discover its restaurants and fine dining!

Take the time to soak up the joie de vivre of a city famous for its urban lifestyle and culture. And get ready for some scintillating nightlife! Discotheques, pubs, and hip bars await you on Grande Allée, Rue Saint-Jean, and in the Nouvo Saint-Roch district.

For nature and adventure enthusiasts, there are loads of natural sites where you can enjoy an array of winter activities only 30 minutes from downtown!


Extend your stay!

Winter in Montréal

A slice of Europe in North America, Montréal charms and seduces with world-class culture, dining, architecture, festivals and the outdoors... Never ones to stay indoors, Montrealers embrace winter with panache and passion. Skiing, snowshoeing, sliding, an ice bar and igloo-building competitions-just some of the many activities that create a winter experience like never before.

Discover Montréal while you are in the province! Visit tourisme-montreal.org to find inspiration for things to do and see while visiting.