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All reviews beautiful city cobblestone streets european city european feel old world charm street performers walking shoes shops and restaurants every corner chateau frontenac on foot walk around art galleries north america lots of history great place to visit walking tour
Around every corner is something new and enticing to explore. You may wander from a narrow alleyway into the square in front of the Notre Dame church that has an interesting art installation. Or climb some staircases to get to new shops and restaurants. Or...More
A quite lovely destination.
We visited in early November after the tourist season. We took a city tour to orient ourselves. That was helpful.
Then we strolled around Old Quebec, enjoying the shops and wonderful restaurants.
Brian Jenner took us on a fascinating tour of Old Quebec from its Plaza Royale to its rampart and double walls. Along the way we visited its monasteries, its earliest road, its deep water harbor, and its pivotal Plains of Abraham. Throughout the day he...More
I would highly recommend going here.
We spent first two days in Montreal and loved the City and especially Old Montreal.
Left Saturday morning from Montreal to Quebec on the Grayline bus tour.
Got tour around the sites with Grayline and then had 3 hours...More
I absolutely loved Quebec City. It is filled with the charm of an old European city. The buildings are artistically lit and simply lovely. Wear good walking shoes as its hills are steep and the streets are cobblestone. The shops and restaurants are wonderful too.