Parking at the Quebec Cruise Port

VINCI Park manages all parking facilities surrounding Quebec cruise port. VINCI Park offers excellent solutions for parking needs with over 750 stalls in Canada.

• The early bird special rate is $19 for Monday to Friday (not including holidays) from 6am and 9am entrance and exit before 6pm.
• The daily long term rate is $23 including taxes and $184 for the week.

There are different rates for short term parking and are as follows:
- 30 minutes or less - $3.75
- 6am – 6pm - $23.00
- 6pm – 6am - $9.00
- 6am – 6am - $32.00

  • Handicap
  • Oversized Parking
  • Valet Parking
  • Indoor Parking
  • Outdoor Parking
  • Security
  • Reservation
  • Shuttle

Contact

418-628-6852

Address

1165 Boulevard Lebourgneuf Quebec, QC G2K 2C9 Canada

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Prices per day

  • $23 Indoor Parking

Quebec Cruise Port Overview

Quebec City is filled with old world charm and classic architecture. Near an international airport, the Quebec Cruise Port is ideal for visitors to cruise from Quebec. Also known as Port de Quebec in French, cruising into this Canadian Port is the perfect way to experience the wonders of Canada.

Cruise Lines

The Quebec Cruise Port on the St. Lawrence permits any size of ship to begin its cruise journey in Quebec Cruise Port. Major cruise lines that utilize this port include Holland America Line, Celebrity Cruises, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, Crystal Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line.

Transportation

Other modes of transportation include taxis and public transit.

  • Bus fares are $2.60 or $6.85 for a day pass and $11.25 for a two day pass.
  • Taxi fare from Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport to the Quebec Cruise Port is approximately $32.50.
  • There are also a few car rental companies located nearby the Quebec Cruise Port including Hertz Car Rental and Enterprise Car Rental.

Hotels

The two nearest hotels are located 0.1 miles from the Quebec cruise terminal. They are the Hotel le Germaine Dominion and the Quebec City Le Port Royal Hotel & Suites.

Dining

Quebec is quite attractive in food options, offering everything from bistro fare to exquisite fine dining.

Le-Pain Beni is an innovative take on French Canadian that offers regional fare in a relaxed bistro setting.

Le Petit Cochon Dingue is a charming eatery perfect for families in the heart of Lower Old City. It features baked goods, crepes, quiche, soup, pizza and more.

Restaurant La Cremaillere is award-winning fine dining that doesn't take itself too seriously, offers salads, crepes and more and the possibility of hearing live serenades of popular ballads and French folk songs.

Attractions & Entertainment

Cruise passengers can start exploring Quebec City via historic Quebec on foot. Just down the street from the Quebec Cruise Port is the Musee de Civilisation. Another nearby attraction is Chateau Frontenac.

Shopping

Place Royale, just a few blocks from the port, is a 400-year old plaza known as the birth of French civilization in Canada. There are restaurants, galleries, shops and museums. Just north is Rue du Petit-Champlain, which is considered the oldest commercial street in North America. There are art galleries, clothing stores, souvenir shops and cafes along the street.

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Cruise passengers can start exploring Quebec City via historic Quebec on foot. Just down the street from the Quebec Cruise Port is the Musee de Civilisation. Another nearby attraction is Chateau Frontenac.