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Old Port

St-Pierre & St-Paul, Quebec City, Quebec G1K 7R1, Canada
+1 800-463-6769
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This once bustling port now serves as a nostalgic reminder of Lower Town's history.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good34%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“vieux port” (21 reviews)
“antique shops” (17 reviews)
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St-Pierre & St-Paul, Quebec City, Quebec G1K 7R1, Canada
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+1 800-463-6769
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Walked around these streets with interesting old building but maybe a few too many souvenir shops but I guess it's how it survives.

Thank walkerhb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When in Quebec City - one HAS to take the walking tour if able to walk at a moderate pace. The Old Port is great for people-watching and shopping. The information one gleans on the walking tour and the history is aMAAAzing! The sights and...More

1  Thank malathy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Old Port is located in the Lower Town of Q.C. and we spent four or more hours walking and enjoying the art galleries, boutiques and lovely French Bistros.

Thank myraevans1942
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a romantic and quiet part of Old Quebec leading to Place Royale. I would say it starts behind the Musee de Civilisation (by rue Cote de la Montagne) and extends to Place Royale near Notre Dame Des Victoires (Habitation)--not far to walk from...More

1  Thank AnLily
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The tree lined roads of the old port are beautiful and full of little shops bars and cafes. It is a must visit if you visit Quebec

1  Thank Ross B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Discover and walk around the Old Port of Québec City along the St. Lawrence River and the charming streets that surround it.

2  Thank Andrenalini
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

No much to be seen, it's nice but only if you have spare time. The market is ok, but no the best. They have good prices if you want some souvenirs

Thank mgm0072005
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lots of anitque shops, art galeries and restaurants. Partially blocked by a parking lot which is not good city planning in my opinion

1  Thank michealbenton
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely, uncrowded and quaint, away from the T shirt and souvenir shops and the crowds in the upper part city. Cute antique shops and a lovely store with hand made lamps. The food market is worth going to, with everything one could want - meats,...More

1  Thank uptowngirl94
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We enjoyed walking through the Old Port and would have liked to have more time to spend in the museums. Some nice open air artwork as well as galleries, shops, restaurants, etc.

Thank therese l
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Larisa G
20 June 2017|
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yes, they are there tuesday through sunday nights until sept. 3, 2017...i saw the show last night and it was exciting nad charming...not as amazing as the first year, but far better than last year's...Enjoy!!!
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enelraonaps
19 August 2016|
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Response from Ian M | Reviewed this property |
The stop you need is number five. Take a look at the map and you will see it's the closet. The big red bus (double decker) web site will give you this. Enjoy!
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enelraonaps
19 August 2016|
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Response from alaskadom | Reviewed this property |
The cruise terminal is in lower town. You can walk up to upper town and go to the Info tourist center which is located opposite Chateau Frontenac, in front of a small park. The staff are friendly and very accommodating... More
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