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Discover French Canada when you hire a car in Quebec City. This historic city is a delightful blend of old and new, strongly influenced by its heritage and one of the most unique destinations in all of Canada. Built atop a hill on the banks of the St. ...Read more Lawrence River, the walled city still looks much the same as it did when it was first settled. Narrow cobbled streets are lined with 17th and 18th century houses that more closely resemble Europe than North America. Prominent landmarks like the Château Frontenac and La Citadelle only add to the city’s charm.
Whatever brings you to the area, when you book a cheap Quebec car hire you have the freedom to set your own schedule. Book before you go using our simple 3-step booking system, so when you arrive, all that’s left to do is explore. Read less

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Wander the Citadelle

Construction of Quebec’s famous Citadelle began in 1750 by the French, but wasn’t completed until 1850 – by the British. The history of North America’s largest fortress gives a clue as to the fascinating history of the prominent colony that was both French and British in turn, and the city that grew up around it. Explore this and more with a discount car hire in Quebec.

Visit the Museum of Civilization

The Museum of Civilization is one of the most popular attractions in the city, and is impressive even before you step inside. Its marvellous exterior is only the beginning though; make your way through the collection and you’ll see the fascinating story of Quebec’s Aboriginals come to life, along with detailed exhibitions about the people of Quebec, past and present. A rotating calendar of visiting exhibitions means that no matter how many times you visit, there’s always something new to see.