When walking down these streets you will feel an overwhelming felling that you are in Europe. From the buildings to the bakeries it feels like you are in France. This is a must visit place when in Quebec.
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Just simply amazing, fabulous old buildings and cobble stone streets This has a very European feel to it, lots of little shops and restaurant to stop into Local artists are also selling their art and drawing sketches And many great attractions close but
Beautiful city, quaint , small enough but full of awsome architecture , do not be discouraged by the stairs to go up and down , there are beautiful views and prespectives from every angle of all the stairs dividing upper from lower town
Tall ships were in and we had a couple od great days in Quebec City. People were quite friendly. Stores and shops were open late and we enjoyed browsing. One thing that is very difficult is the lack of understanding. Signs only in french prevented...More
We loved the charm and architecture of the city. It is worth going to see. We also enjoyed visiting the chapels and churches. Prepare yourself for a lot of walking, with plenty of hills but the view from the top of the Governor's Promenade is...More
Old Quebec is a must see stop. The buildings are very European and the open markets are quite nice. Even though they are geared towards tourists you're not being taken advantage off. The elevator down is quite the experience if your not a close quarters...More
It is a great experience, you are in the midst of so much history - French, English, Canadian. So much to learn and see, well worth visiting.