The Old Port, Québec Marina, Marché Public and Gare du Palais (Train Station)
Located only steps away from Place-Royale and le Petit Champlain, the Old-Port district has museums, boutiques, art galleries and numerous historical sites you’re sure to enjoy, no matter your tastes and interests.
La Marina du Port de Québec is the perfect place for an outing with the kids, or among friends. In walking distance from the Marina are la Gare du Palais, l’Agora du Vieux-Port, le Musée maritime as well as le Marché du Vieux-Port.
Le Marché du Vieux-Port is a place to experience life in keeping with the seasons, the crops and the catches. Here is where you’ll discover a cornucopia of terroir products, fresh produces, meats and countless quality fine foods. Come meet our local growers and producers, and taste Québec’s delighful terroir food products.
Hôtel 71 is located less than 2 km from Gare du Palais train station and bus depot. Gare du Palais was built in 1915 by Canadian Pacific Railways. It resembles a castle, and was declared a Heritage Site in 1992.