The blocks around Auberge St. Antoine and along the path to upper town are pretty, clean, safe, upscale, and private.
lower town is beautiful with all the brick streets, the quaint shops ,sit and have lunch and just take in the beautiful culture of the city.
It is a pleasure to stroll around the streets of the Lower Town, soaking up the ambience and history of this beautiful city. This is a don't miss part of Quebec
It is a great place to walk and see what one would expect to see in Europe, the cobblestone streets, the buildings...it's all so beautiful...I highly recommend!!
Lots to explore and do didn't want to leave. Purchase a coat from one of the stores and I just love it. The staff were just fantastic and friendly. The restaurants were the best we tried many dishes that we normally wouldn't have but the staff reassure us that we would totally enjoy and we did.
Similar to the upper town, with many great restaurants, shops, and nice architecture, but different in layout with winding narrow streets and more of a cramped setting. You can walk along the riverfront with a great view of the terrific architecture above. An easy walk from the upper town to the lower, but a very arduous walk back up the... More
This charming area is not to be missed. We rented an apartment right between the Lower Town and the Quartier de Petit Champlain. While there isn't a lot going on in the Lower Town at this time of year, it is charming just to explore the streets and to soak in the history!
Typical European "Old Town." Narrow streets, lots of steps, very old buildings, most of which now house shops. If you're looking for native goods, you're better off here than on the upper street, which is heavily populated with kitchy souvenir shops. Best part of the section, though, is its history, which dates back to the 1608 settling of Quebec.
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