Every year, Porsche Centre Quebec is joining forces with Fairmont Le Château Frontenac to offer a few lucky dads a driving experience in the streets of Old Quebec.
On the occasion of the highly prized 5-course Father's Day lunch at the Château's restaurant, Le Champlain, 4 fathers chosen at random are invited to discover the new models and try them out by cutting through the landscapes of Quebec City.
The Château Frontenac was named in honor of Louis de Buade de Frontenac, who was governor of New France from 1672 to 1682 and from 1689 to 16981. The hotel is located in the Upper Town of the historic district of Old Quebec. It overlooks Cap Diamant and its location on the Dufferin Terrace offers a panoramic view of the St. Lawrence River. Besides the terrace, the hotel is bordered to the north by rue Saint-Louis and to the south by rue Mont-Carmel; other buildings occupy the same quadrilateral closed by Haldimand Street to the west.
The Place d'Armes extends to the north and the Place des Gouverneurs to the south. The rue des carrières and the Dufferin terrace connect the castle to the citadel of Quebec, to the south. Opposite the castle, a funicular connects the Petit Champlain district. The castle was built not far from the historic site of the citadel of Quebec, on the site of the old Haldimand castle and next to the Dufferin terrace covering the archaeological site of the fort and the Saint-Louis castle.
What a great initiative to support a cause aimed at improving the well-being of men.