La Maison des Cyclistes
Parc La Fontaine
At 34 hectares, this great verdant municipal park is the city’s third-largest, after Parc du Mont-Royal and Parc Maisonneuve. In the...
Théâtre de Verdure
This open-air theater hosts musical, dance and drama events in the summer months, and something of a folk-festival atmosphere prevails....
Le Poisson Rouge
This seafood specialist with the cozy front terrace is renowned among market vendors for picking the best, freshest cuts. The pan-seared...
Lonely Planet review
Described as the nerve center of Québec’s biking culture, this three-story house in the Plateau is an essential stop for avid cyclists in the city. You’ll find a shop with cycling books, maps and guides; the Velo Québec association (involved in developing one of the largest bicycling networks in North America); a travel agency for planning biking trips; info on upcoming events; and a cozy cafe. It’s right along the bike path that runs above Parc La Fontaine.