This city is so pleasing to the eye, lots of parks and and historical sites to visit and great restaurants.
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nice walk, beautiful buildings, lots of cafe's and stores. I specially loved The Wall. You can take very unique pics on the wall.
Old Quebec is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen. The architecture, food, natural setting and culture are truly unique. We thoroughly enjoyed our walk through the Plains of Abraham, down to the Port, then up to the old city and to...More
My first time to this awesome city. Quaint, one of the oldest cities in North America. The churches are amazing with the architecture. The history is fascinating. Filled with outdoor patios, shops, great food, artists, musicians, horse drawn carriages, cobblestone streets. Up & down to...More
Rich landform be set up beautiful buildings from the top continue close to St Lawrence river plus the live music by street musician, such as an romantic city.
We spent 3 days here touring around the old town. It needs at least 2 days but I think our time there was sufficient to see all that we wanted to see and do. It really is an interesting place and fun to simply walk...More
A walled city in North America? Want to feel like you are in medieval France or Spain or Germany but can't afford the airfare? Come to Quebec! It is a step back in time and worth the time to visit! Yes, some of it is...More
My group of 7 traveled to old Quebec City. Three adults, one teenage and, three children. We were amazed at the beauty of the city and astonished that we were still in Canada. We felt as though we were strolling down the streets in Europe....More
If you have never been to Quebec, it's well worth the trip. History abounds and the scenery is unmatched by any other city. It is still a walled city like older European cities but much easier to get to. Spend a little extra and stay...More