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Basilique Cathedrale - Notre-Dame-de-Quebec
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#1 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Amazing views Beautiful shops Excellent restaurants The Christmas market was wonderful and the Christmas decorations throughout the whole upper and lower town were the best I've ever seen Well worth a visit at Chr...
Vieux Quebec is a charming historical neighborhood in Quebec City with art galleries, delicious cuisine, historical sites to explore, museums and lots of quaint shops.
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#2 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
This centuries old shopping area of Old Quebec looks very close to how it must have looked 200 years ago...Teaming with boutique shopping, and magnificent historical sites and buildings it is a fun walking tour ar...
The view riding down the Funiculair ($3 Canadian) was spectacular, and we were met with dozens of adorable shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants -- many with outdoor seating to rival the most beautiful European...
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#3 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Upper town has gorgeous architecture, amazing bay views, multiple cathedrals and legendary hotels, plenty of great restaurants and amazing history!
... Notre Dame Basilica and the fun on Place Dufferin where you can walk the boardwalk, stand in the shadow of the magnificent Chateau Frontenac and enjoy street performers or a view of the St. Lawrence River.
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#4 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
A relaxing Stroll through the park offers beautiful views of the St-Laurence seaway, a wonderful oppetunity for a picnic, and a historically enlightening visite to the Quai des cageux.
Great river view, water fountains, sculptures, landscape and many free attractions Instant fave!
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#5 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
great walking area, overlooking river St. Lawrence, great picnic area lots of amenities and attractions, perfect to walk your dog and meet lots of people excellent view of the Fairmont Frontenac
Whether is sunny, warm, cold or snowing this is a great place to stroll up and down to see people take in the breathtaking views and watch the Frontenac hosted toboggan run with kids and adults alike....great time!
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#6 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Lower town (or Basse-Ville) includes such sites as the ancient Notre Dame des Victoires church, the historic Petit Champlain district, the port, & the Museum of Civilization, which offers fascinating exhibits and...
Great shops with restaurants and boutiques wonderful place to site see Food wonderful unusual clothing made in Quebec Would definitely return
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#7 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Plan to stop at one of the many restaurants here for coffee, lunch or dinner, and just enjoy the view of the beautiful stone buildings, including the oldest stone church in Canada and the US.
The snow makes this little sq magical and the best site for quaint pictures of the town.
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#8 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
From the sweeping views of the river and the Basse Ville, the Chateau Frontenac and all the beautiful buildings, landscape, as you walk down the boardwalk from the "Dufferin Terrasse" to the Plains of Abraham, it...
If you visit Quebec-city, you have to walk on the famous Terrasse Dufferin which gives a wonderful view of the St-Laurence River, the South Shore (Lévis), and looking downstream, the wonderful Île d'Orléans.
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#9 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
It is a wonderful place to enjoy the exquisite decorations plus say some prayers thanking God for this wonderful site.
This Basilica is just magnificent inside and is certainly worth a visit if you are in Quebec City walking around looking at the sites.
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#10 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Architecture, history annd a fantastic view!
Beautiful sights and walk
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#11 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
So much history behind her mighty walls situated on the banks of the River.... Stunning views, great shops inside along with a wonderful bar and assorted restaurants... Come to be pampered or just enjoy the gracio...
Until of course, the British arrived.. Now it is a unique and vibrant area filled with restaurants, cafe's, and shops all set amidst magnificent architecture and historic landmarks, with beautiful views and open g...
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#12 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
I learned interesting historical facts from this tour ~ I will share a few:: The most important historical site in Québec City is the Parliament Building ~ an imposing structure comprising four wings that form a s...
Very interesting to see the links with Scotland and Ireland and witness the wonderful design thought.The twin rooms resemble a palace rather than a site for largely dull political discussion...... :)
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#13 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Fantastic views of the St Lawrence river and full of winter outdoor activities such as skiing snowshoeing and ice skating as well as walking along the paths.
... that hosts musical performances during the summer, the Musee des Beaux Arts, playing fields, bicycle routes and a roller blade track, monuments to Wolfe and Montcalm, museums, view points and so much more.
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#14 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
The sculpture gallery in the Contemporary pavilion is breathtaking in the way it showcases the sunlight and the view and allows the sculptures to speak to one another and the world beyond.
This is world-class design - poised to become a major landmark, eventually competing with the world-famous Chateau Frontenac.
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#15 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
I first visited by night and really enjoyed the beauty of the fountain and view of parliament in the background.
Great views of the wall and the Parliament Building.
#16 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
The cobblestone streets of Quebec, the Chateau Frontenac,the Museums, Notre Dame Cathedral, Montmorency falls ... to name a few sights ...ALL of it - SO worth it.
If you're feeling a bit claustrophobic from wandering the narrow streets of Lower Town, the Old Port is just a few moments away, and it has some great views of the St. Lawrence River and Levis.
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#17 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Take the short tour to see the artifacts and stand where Samuel de Champlain actually built the first site in What would become Quebec City.
Went for a view of this old but beautiful church and stayed for the audio video presentation in the basement.
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#18 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Thoroughly enjoyed walking along the street and was content just to take in the many sites including old world architecture, and many bars and cafes.
Try making early reservations at "le Ciel" the rotating restaurant with 360 degree views of the city, Parc des Champs de Bataille and St. Lawrence.
#19 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
There are a few ways to get here but if you are in a good enough shape the view when you walk down is amazing, especially at this time of year when they have already installed Christmas trees along the street the...
Some may say the steps are too many, but you are rewarded with great views old world charm.
#20 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Outside is seems to be a palace, but the nicest is inside, with precious cellins, and the shops site very sweet you don't expect this in a train station
#21 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
St. Louis Gate stood about a block from our hotel and gave us a lovely morning view from our room, especially when horse-drawn carriages came clomping through the high arch into the Old City.
traveled buy horses and carriage saw all the sights even say a cannon ball stuck in a tree just was in awa loved it
#22 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
For non-runners, the view is spectacular and plenty of wide open spaces and roads/trails, plus many historical markers and lots of beautiful flowers, and stunning views of the St. Lawrence River.
Views of the river may be enjoyed, along with shade under trees, paths for walking or jogging, tables and benches in many places for a picnic or just to sit and enjoy.
#23 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
In addition to incredible city views, there are also interesting videos to see, and interesting facts about Quebec city, it`s past and present history and facts about the province and its people.
In my opinion the best source of information are the guides who can give you accurate and insider view of all kinds of themes.
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#24 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
I walk there and i also had a pick nick there the place is so wow, Very green very vast many thing to see and the view either on the Plaines d Abraham or looking at the St Lawrence river is spectaculous.
We visited all the famous and historic site and he provided us with a narrative history of each one of them.
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#25 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
... religious orders have been to the foundation and continued development of Quebec, and it is fascinating for history buffs to get an alternate view into religion in the city from an Anglican, British perspective.
It's an interesting historical site because it is the first Anglican Church to be built outside of England.
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#26 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
This is simply amazing to view, both at night and in daylight.
#27 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Trendy Alleyway offering original art of many famous landmarks you might have visited around Quebec... Reasonable prices and a quality memento to take home...
Great alley to view and buy original pieces of art with artists right there to answer questions.
#28 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
... stairs beneath the Dufferin terrace to where the old chateau was, a Parks Canada guide greeted us and gave us a personalized 15 minute talk about the history of the governors' chateau and the archaeological site.
Here you will be able to explore the archaeological site of the Saint Louis forts and chateaux and see some of the many historical artefacts that have been discovered here.
#29 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
#30 of 89 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
The Canada parks staff are just wonderful people; our experience at every site was enhanced by their gracious knowledge and enthusiasm.
The Artillery Park and National Historic Site museum is worth a visit.