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Want to visit a French city without leaving North America? Simple: take a trip to Québec City! Colonized by the French in the early 1600s, Québec City is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and serves as the provincial capital of Québec. As you stroll past the city’s quaint cafés, walled fortresses, and soaring architectural masterpieces, you’ll instantly see why it's now considered one of the most romantic cities on earth. Whether you visit during the warm summer season or as the winter snow begins to fall, you’re bound to fall in love with this spectacular city on the St. Lawrence.
By the way, if you ever need luggage storage in Québec City, don’t hesitate to browse through Bounce’s extensive catalog. Bounce now offers dozens of convenient baggage storage locations by all of Québec City’s major tourist stops and transportation hubs. Anyone in need of affordable luggage storage in Québec City should download Bounce’s mobile app today.
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Québec stems from the Algonquin word “Kebec,” which roughly translates to ‘place where the river narrows.’ For many years, the Algonquins called Kebec home. Then, in 1608, the French explorer Samuel de Champlain traveled to the area and established a European settlement. Champlain named this settlement Québec, an anglicization of Kebec, and spent the rest of his days serving as an administrator for the fledgling city. Fast forward several centuries and Québec City is anything but fledgling. Not only is it the capital of Canada’s Québec province, but it’s also the largest metropolitan area in all of Canada. It’s no surprise that Québec City receives millions of visitors each year – the city offers far too much adventure, excitement, and culture to pass up.
Québec City also has a very low crime rate for a city of its size. The city’s street crime rates are dwindling, and remain low as of 2019. Cybersecurity attacks are also on the decline thanks to the efforts of Canada’s law enforcement agencies. Property-related crimes are also lower than most other cities. Overall, you can expect to have a safe and pleasant trip to Québec City. Bounce’s luggage storage services can make your trip even better. Why haul around excess baggage when you can secure your things with Bounce and fully appreciate everything Québec City has to offer?
“What’s the best way to get around Québec City?”
For the most part, Québec City is very walker-friendly. Stores, restaurants, and historic sites are all within walking distance. You can also hop on a bike or a scooter if the mood strikes you. Lastly, Québec City’s public transportation system can help you cross long distances at a cheap price.
“Is public transportation in Québec City safe?”
Yes. Québec City’s transit system is monitored by the authorities throughout the day. It’s a different story at night, however. Continue to mind your manners and your surroundings as you travel later in the evening.
“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Québec City?”
Saint-Roch is essentially Downtown Québec City. This neighborhood is very safe and lively, offering locals and visitors plenty to see, do, and eat.
“What are the best museums to visit in Québec City?”
Québec City’s Museum of Civilization (aka the Musee de la Civilisation) is a must-see, and Three Crow Glass Studio features tons of art created by glassblowers. Lastly, there’s Le Bunker De La Science.
“What’s the best time of year to visit Québec City?”
Summer and winter are the best times to visit Québec City. Prices for plane tickets and hotel rooms will be more expensive than usual, but the experience will be worth it. Québec City hosts tons of sporting events between June and September, and becomes a Winter Wonderland near the end of the year.
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The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Québec City. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Québec City as never been easier.
People visiting Québec City usually spend most of their time in the city’s charming Old Town district. Here you’ll find all of the city’s most significant tourist attractions like the Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church, the Château Frontenac, and the Citadel. In addition to historical attractions, Old Québec boasts the city’s best dining, entertainment, and shopping opportunities.
One feature of Old Québec people need to understand is that it’s split between the Lower and Upper Towns (Basse-Ville and Haute-Ville, respectively). The Upper Town was originally built as a military fortification while the Lower Town was more of a communal/market area. But don’t worry about climbing between these two destinations every single day. Sure, you could walk up the steep steps from Basse-Ville to Haute-Ville, but there’s also a dedicated funicular between the two areas. So, even if you have mobility issues, you shouldn’t have great difficulty getting around the Old City.
Due to Old Québec’s immense popularity with tourists, Bounce offers dozens of bag storage in Québec City in Basse-Ville and Haute-Ville. For just $5.90 per day, Bounce will take care of your luggage so you could freely explore all this city has to offer. Be sure to download Bounce’s mobile app to check out all the destinations listed in our luggage storage in Québec City category.
Looking for a good French restaurant? Fancy a bit of souvenir shopping? Perhaps you’re looking for a leisurely stroll? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you need to take a walk down Rue Saint-Jean. Located in the Haute-Ville section of Old Québec, Rue Saint-Jean is a major drag filled with some of the city’s best cafés, restaurants, and fashionable boutiques. But it’s not all about eating and shopping on Rue Saint-Jean. If you walk the entire length of this street you’ll run across a few fantastic tourist stops like the Port Saint-Jean, Parc Lucien-Borne, and the Chocolate Museum.
When you search for luggage storage in Québec City, you’ll find plenty of Bounce-approved hotels and stores along Rue Saint-Jean. Every business that appears on our luggage storage in Québec City category must pass rigorous safety screenings, so there’s no need to worry about leaving your valuables with our vendors. Plus, Bounce offers $5,000 in insurance to help you rest easy while walking along Rue Saint-Jean.
Only a 10-mile drive from the center of Québec City is one of Canada’s most impressive natural wonders: Montmorency Falls. Interestingly, even though Montmorency isn’t as well known as Ontario’s Niagara Falls, it’s significantly larger. While Niagara measures 167-feet tall, Montmorency is a staggering 272-feet. On your visit to the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency Falls, you can either climb or take a tram to the top of these falls to experience their might first-hand. Once you’re at the top, feel free to walk on a bridge over the falls, go zip-lining, or simply enjoy the stunning views from the park’s restaurant area.
If you’re going on a hike up Montmorency Falls, then you definitely don’t want any heavy bags weighing you down. Thankfully, Bounce now offers luggage storage in Québec City to assist travelers headed to this popular attraction. Take a look at all of our luggage storage in Québec City before driving out to the towering Montmorency Falls.
The closest airport to Québec City is appropriately named the Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (IATA: YQB). Only a 20-minute drive from Old Québec City, YQB isn’t as crowded or hectic as other Canadian airports, but it has all the amenities you’d expect from a first-rate international airport. Currently, YQB welcomes about a dozen different North American, Central American, and European airlines.
At the information booth, you’ll find YQB’s coat check and secure wrap baggage service. If you are looking for professional luggage storage in Québec City, however, you need to work with Bounce. For the low price of $5.90 per day, you could store your bags in a secure, Bounce-approved establishment not far from YQB. For more details, be sure to contact one of our helpful staff members over the phone.
Constructed by British forces in the 1800s, La Citadelle de Québec is a significant military fortification in Old Québec’s Haute-Ville. Although La Citadelle is still the home base for Canada’s Royal 22nd Regiment, visitors are welcome to tour this historic fortification’s grounds and museum area to learn more about its storied past. For an extra fee, you could go on a special tour with a member of the Royal 22nd Regiment to learn even more fun facts about La Citadelle.
By the way, La Citadelle puts on a fantastic Changing of the Guard every day in the summer and early autumn. Usually this ceremony takes place around 10AM, but check with locals to ensure you’re in the right place at the right time.
As you’d expect from an official military fortification, La Citadelle enforces a strict bag policy. To take the stress out of visiting this National Historic Site, be sure to place your bags in a nearby Bounce-approved location. Bounce now boasts dozens of luggage storage destinations very close to La Citadelle, so be sure to check out all of our bag storage in Québec City options before planning your trip.
There’s no way you can avoid taking a few selfies by the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac on your trip to Québec City. Ever since this grand French-inspired hotel was completed in the 1890s, it has become the unofficial symbol of Québec City. Indeed, some argue Le Château Frontenac is one of the most photographed hotels in the entire world. the Chocolate Museum
After taking a few pictures outside this castle-like hotel, take a walk inside to see what all the fuss is about. Even if you’re not booking a room, you could still enjoy the hotel’s many restaurants and shops on the lobby level. Also, don’t forget to walk along the Terrasse Dufferin boardwalk below Château Frontenac for fantastic views of the St. Lawrence.
Before snapping your forever photos by Le Château Frontenac, be sure to get all of that baggage out of the picture. Look through Bounce’s luggage storage in Québec City for the best facilities near this iconic attraction. Bounce now has plenty of secure storage facilities all around Le Château Frontenac, so you won’t have to worry about your luggage getting in the way your photos.
Looking for the oldest square in Old Québec? If so, look no further than the Place-Royale in the town’s Basse-Ville. Created as the commercial and spiritual center of the New French territory, Place-Royale is remarkably well-preserved. Perhaps the most important structure in Place-Royale is the Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church, which was constructed way back in the 1680s. Other must-see attractions while in Place-Royale include the Museum of Civilization, the Québec City Mural, and the handsome bust of King Louis XIV.
After exploring all Place-Royale has to offer, it’s time to get your shopping on along the Quartier du Petit Champlain. Also located in Basse-Ville, this popular street is lined with plenty of boutiques, cafés, restaurants, and art studios sure to keep you busy for hours. Whether you’re shopping for souvenirs or looking for some good grub, you’ll find something exceptional on Quartier du Petit Champlain.
Don’t let your shopping bags weigh you down. All of the destinations listed in Bounce’s bag storage in Québec City accept both luggage and shopping goods. Bounce has dozens of convenient destinations all over Basse-Ville for your convenience, so never hesitate to stop by if you need to drop off a few bags.
Where is the best places to stay and eat while in Quebec City?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Le lapin sauté, Aux Anciens Canadiens, and La Bûche. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Quebec City are Fairmont le Château Frontenac, Hotel Plaza Québec, and Hotel Chateau Laurier. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in Quebec City are Auberge de la Paix and Auberge Maeva.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Quebec City?
Quebec City offers several scenic parks including Parc Montmorency, Bois-de-Coulonge Park, and Battlefield Park.
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Quebec City?
You can find local tourist information at Centre Infotouriste de Québec, Pavillon d'interprétation, and Centre Info-Service. Additionally, guideposts can be accessed at Guidepost to make the most of your trip.
Where can I store my luggage in Quebec City?
We've partnered with local Quebec City businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.
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