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Fascinating section of Old Quebec City. Narrow, cobblestone streets with multiple places to eat. Historic sites. An eclectic collection of shops with clothing, art, handwork, wood carving to name a few. Cows ice cream and poutine worth finding here.
I traveled to Quebec to create photo and video content for the Dept of Tourism. It is arguably one of the most romantic cities on the planet, especially at night. The people are friendly, the coffee is addictive, and the sights are beautiful. Specifically Basse...More
To just walk the old cobbled streets and take in the sheer beauty is so awe inspiring you must give it a go or you will miss out on the core essence of Quebec. Colourful shops, souvenirs by the million and if you are visiting...More
Take the steps down and explore this quaint part of old Quebec. Narrow streets with restaurants and shops. Nip over the main road towards the St Lawrence to get views back up to the top of town. Once done take the Funicular back to the...More
The lower town is a a few narrow streets with heritage buildings all round, providing numerous places to eat and shop.
There is a little square on one of the streets where you can sit, relax and soak in the ambience. A musician was playing...More
Don't let the rain (or snow) deter you.
The city, with its narrow streets and cobblestones, and hilliness becomes a reflective canvas, with sparkles of light from many sources. It can be quite magical to be out and about.