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This square definitely transports you back to a different time. It is very pretty and always has full flower boxes. It's really busy and crowded in this area, very touristy. If you can get past that, it is definitely worth a stop.
This is a nice and charming area of Old Quebec with cobblestone streets. Not to miss are the Notre Dame des Victories (oldest stone church in North America) and the most often photographed wall portraying the influential people in the history of Quebec.
Place Royale is so adorable. The stone streets, architecture, shops, cafes, church. It is so charming. Our hotel was within walking distance (like pretty much everything else in Quebec City) and we enjoyed spending time in Place Royale.
Such a cool spot within the walled city. Standing in the centre of the square looking around is like stepping back in time. The stone church and other buildings are lovely to see and are home to pubs, shops & restaurants - except for the...More
Stood in this square, I commented to the wife, it’s just like being in a back street of Paris, that how it felt.
A lovely little hidden square, in the lower town, you can’t really miss it, as you walk around.
This cobblestone plaza is in the heart of Lower Town Quebec. Buildings that now hold shops and restaurants used to be homes of the rich. There were Halloween decorations up while we were there. Loved the HUGE mural.
The small square is intiment well maintained with an interesting variety of buildings and shops. The architecture dates to the 1600s with cobblestone streets. The people watching is great and there are churches, museums and shops to be enjoyed.
For those using a cane, walker...More
the Place Royale is a very cool spot to walk through - but be careful if it is icy! The cobblestones can become slippery in the winter due to weather. We went at the end of February, and they had just started to take Christmas...More
My hubby & I visited on a snowy-then-rainy day at the end of October when the square was all but empty. It was beautiful & haunting and when we weren’t slipping & sliding, we admired and enjoyed the lovely homes & buildings quietly.