With its narrow cobblestone streets, old city walls, and friendly gay scene, Quebec City seems to have everything for a magical trip. As soon as you arrive in the charming quarter known as "Old Quebec," you'll realize this city, founded in by Samuel de Champlain, is like no place else in North America. The friendly locals speak predominantly French, but in tourist areas and gay bars and restaurants you'll manage with English. No matter what the season, there are always special events taking place in Quebec City. Jean Lesage International Airport is about 12 miles northwest of downtown.
Are the gay bars friendly to american guys???? - Quebec City Message Board - TripAdvisor
By Andrew Collins. As is not exactly uncommon in Canadian metropolises, Quebec City has a good selection of gay bathhouses - as many, in fact, as there are gay bars. All three of the city's gay saunas are well-located, too, in appealing neighborhoods that aren't far from attractions and hotels. One of these, Sauna Hippocampe, is actually attached to a very nice gay and lesbian accommodation, Hotel Hippocampe — the latter has an entirely separate entrance from the sauna and is a very nice place to stay, whether or not you plan to use the bathhouse facilities, as it's just within the historic walls of the Old City and just a few blocks from the fun restaurants, boutiques, and shops along Rue Saint-Jean.
what's the gay nightlife in quebec city like? - Quebec City Forum
It is Bar Le Drague, just a 5 minute walk from the old city's place Youville. They have shows weekly and a couple of bars with a few different dance areas. I have gone a few times and the place always seem packed.
Gay life here is generally open and accepted gay marriage is legal throughout the province , and gay travelers are heavily marketed to. Travelers will find the rainbow flag prominently displayed on the doors and websites of many hotels and restaurants in all the city's neighborhoods. Of several local queer publications, the most thorough is Fugues www. Free copies are available at tourist offices and in racks around the city.