Centre des Congrès de Québec
1000 boul. René-Lévesque E
Québec, Qc, G1R 2B5
1 (888) 679-4000
Conveniently located in the heart of Quebec City, the Centre des Congrès de Quebec is near the Old Quebec. You will find good dining close by and night time entertainment.
Grand Prix Quebec
- Centre des Congrès de Québec
1100 René Lévesque East
1 (418) 647-2411
Special rate for GP Quebec Players:
To book your room, follow the link:
10$ per extra person/night
Things to do
From the Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport
By cab. The ride will be more or less 30 minutes and the cost should be around 35$ to 40$.
You can also take public transportation. The cost per bus is 3.25$ (please note that you would need to have the correct change.) You will have to make a transfert from the first bus to the second bus.
First bus - 78 (from one end to the end of the line ((Les Saules)). Available day and night.
Second bus -86 - 280 - 290 (from one end to the end of the line ((PLace J.-Cartier/Colline parlementaire)).
Night bus will also be available: 980-986 same destination has the second bus.
For more information on the bus schedule, follow this link:
For more information, visit Quebec City's website.
Gare du Palais and Gare de Sainte-Foy are both part of the VIA Rail Canada network providing rail transport throughout Québec and across Canada. VIA Rail’s tracks connect with American railways, making Québec City accessible by train from just about anywhere in North America.
The Sainte-Foy and Gare du Palais bus terminals are also connected to the Orléans Express and Intercar bus networks.
Orléans Express offers numerous trips to and from Montréal daily and frequent service between other cities province wide.
Intercar connects Québec City with the Saguenay, Lac-Saint-Jean, Charlevoix, and Côte-Nord regions.
By car, the closest highway near the venue is Highway 20 (Transcanadienne route) heading to Quebec City. You can get directions in Google Maps here: