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Since its redesign a few years ago, the Place de l’Hotel de Ville (City Hall Square) has become a great public space to visit in the old city. There are water jets to cool you off in summertime, and in the colder months they put...More
This City Hall edifice is quite attractive. The draw, however, is the programmable fountain that entices children to "take a chance". Behind you is the Price building with it's excellent, if nearly hidden, sculpture of a logger. Worth a quick look on your way from...More
This lovely City Square Park is located directly across from the City Hall and is bordered by three streets: des Jardins, de Buade and Cote de la Fabrique. Just a short distance from Chateau Frontenac and Notre Dame. The major attraction is a monument to...More
Enjoyed strolling around this area, many attractive restaurants, the handy information center right there, and the majestic City Hall with the Chateau Frontenac towering behind. Another attractive area in a very attractive town!
Place de l'Hotel de Ville is one of many delightful squares in Old Quebec where you can take a break from shopping or sightseeing. This Place has its own special features. It is in front of Quebec's impressive Town Hall (the Hotel de Ville) and...More
We were staying in the Hotel Clarendon, the oldest hotel in Quebec City, and it is directly across from the City Hall. Firstly, the City Hall offered a good, secure place to park our car (the hotel uses this parking space as their parking). The...More
Some cool statues and a great fountain for the kids to get wet on a hot day. Sat here and watched the people go by.
Just a nice area, nice building and a good place to give your feet a rest after walking around. Situated...More
Visited during Christmas season and the City Hall was decked out in a beautiful and tasteful light display. There was an incredibly good craft market in the square featuring a wide array of food and hand-made articles. Terrific old world Quebec charm and atmosphere. Not...More