Fly from Québec City to New York for a destination full of landmarks, art spanning the centuries, and endless fun.
On a clear day, from the top deck observatory of the Empire State Building, you can see around for 80 miles. Look out below for tons of awaiting New York attractions, from the proud and welcoming Statue of Liberty to the vast lawns and spacious promenades of Central Park.
For another bird’s eye view, try the Top of the Rock. The open-air deck of 30 Rockefeller Plaza offers more spectacular views of Manhattan and sprawling Central Park, where you’ll find outdoor concerts, theatre performances, quiet gardens, and perfect picnic spots.
The fun goes on for miles along Museum Mile. This section of Fifth Avenue on the east side of Central Park includes the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Guggenheim Museum.
Whether you’re searching for fine art or family fun, New York museums deliver. The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is a favourite of the city’s hippest art lovers, while the American Museum of Natural History holds the keys to every child’s dinosaur loving heart.
Like the street performers of Québec City, New York has its share of impressive busker shows. From break dancing aboard subway cars to classical violin concerts on subway platforms, underground New York is just as lively as the rest of the city. Hop off at Times Square for bright lights and unforgettable Broadway musicals in an iconic theatre district.
On the other side of 42nd Street stands the grandeur of Grand Central Terminal. This historic building has an air of romance with its celestial ceiling mural, underground restaurants dating back to the early 1900s, and wide selection of shops.
Book flights from Québec City to New York to find out why the Empire City rules.
Fly from Québec City to New York for foodie fun in Little Italy, where you're sure to find some of the best restaurants in New York.
Little Italy was first established in the 1880s. Today, most of the area's Italian residents and culture are concentrated around Mulberry Street, where authentic pasta and New York's best thin crust pizza attract tons of visitors.
In Little Italy and neighbouring Nolita, you'll also find the city's trendiest clothing boutiques and best bars. They have everything from charmingly divey spots with vintage decor to casual watering holes frequented by NYU students and artists, to speakeasies and cocktail bars that are literally underground.
All of the New York attractions in this neighbourhood are centred on delicious dishes and delectable desserts. Your palate will thank you for indulging your taste buds at some notable mainstays.
The aptly named Mulberry Street Bar is one of the city's oldest bars. Here you'll be immersed in everything authentically Italian-American dating back to 1908.
If the interior with its pressed tin ceilings, celebrity photos lining the walls, and checkered tablecloths look familiar, that's because you've seen this bar on episodes of The Sopranos and Law & Order. Come here if you’re searching for nostalgia, classic cocktails, weekend karaoke, and a vintage jukebox.
Caffe Palermo has been serving up New York's best cannolis since 1973. This locally loved spot
bakes delicious authentic Italian desserts and pastries as evidenced by the healthy lineups.
Little Italy’s liveliness reaches its peak during the annual eleven-day Feast of San Gennaro. This celebration is dedicated to the patron saint of Naples. Locals and visitors crowd the streets for live music, food vendors, and a cannoli-eating competition.
Fly from Québec City to New York for a taste of the Big Apple's Italian heritage.
When you fly from Québec City to New York, Chelsea is the perfect neighbourhood to get you moving. The search for things to do in New York begins with gallery hopping and bar hopping in this cool district.
First, head up to the High Line. This former railway is now an elevated park and a unique greenery-lined space in the midst of the concrete jungle. Stroll high above the busy streets for views of the Hudson River, surrounding industrial and modern buildings, and city star gazing.
There's plenty more to see in Chelsea at the Rubin Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Rubin Museum of Art focuses on the art and culture of Tibet and surrounding regions while the Whitney Museum of American Art champions the work of living artists as well as 20th-century and modern American masterpieces. It has also been the cinematic home of the Andy Warhol Film Project since the 1980s.
Formerly a semi-industrial no man's land on the western edge of Manhattan, Chelsea is now home to the highest concentration of galleries in New York. In this modern district, you can contemplate contemporary art from up-and-coming creatives as well as world famous artists. Paintings, photography, sculptures, installation, and video art abound in the area's gallery scene.
For something even livelier, check out Chelsea's performance art. Comedy clubs with big name acts, immersive Shakespearean film noir style productions, live jazz, cabarets, and more are sure to satisfy all creative tastes.
Flights from Québec City to New York bring you one step closer to Chelsea, the big city neighbourhood where contemporary art is alive and well.
Fly from Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), with a quick connection in Toronto. Québec City to New York flight time is 2 hours and 40 minutes on average. Connection times vary. The distance from Québec City to New York is around 1260 km / 785 mi.