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Walk, enjoy, shop, linger, one of the most romantic places on earth. Take the steps down and ride the glass elevator back up...enjoy lunch or ice cream...bring a date and walk hand in hand....you will love it here.
This is a tourist honeypot of bars, shops, quaint buildings and streets, surfaces can be uneven with lots of steps but you more are at risk of tripping over people – the streets are crowded from morning to evening. Didn’t wait in the long line...More
Of course, we expected lots of people since Quebec is a major cruise ship port. Fortunately, the old part of town is large enough to accommodate them as are the many, many shops and restaurants. We enjoyed walking the narrow and cobble stoned streets without...More
A beautiful part of the Old City to walk through but just jammed with tourists, many of whom have been disgorged from the massive cruise ships in the harbor. Most of the shops are hideous tchotke shops selling the same t shirts and tacky souvenirs....More
Such beautiful streets to explore. This is as close to a European experience as you can get in North America. There are lots of shops (tourist traps, but also some good ones) and great restaurants. Everything is clean and people are friendly.
This is the area everyone wants to see in Quebec City. Its beautiful old historic buildings look like something out of old England. However the cruise ships have turned this place into a circus. The are hundreds of tourists. Tons of cheap tourist shops. And...More