France in the heart of Quebec! Such an amazing area, felt like we were in Europe but proudly Canadian!
About Lower Town (Basse-Ville)
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Great place to walk and absorb the beauty of Quebec City. Very hilly walk, but well worth it. Great shops, cafes, and architecture.
This district was awesome - it defines Old Québec. Great area to stroll through with many tourist attractions, cute cafés and restaurants! It can easily be done in about day, but download walking tour maps so that you have information about all the sites you...More
Walked around a few blocks in lower city. Looked in shops. Ate in outdoor cafe. Took finnicular down hill for $2.25 each way but well worth it.
Charming, feels like Switzerland. Great shops and restaurants. Near the River cruise terminal and at bottom of funicular. Well worth strolling these quaint streets and soaking in the vibe.
This stunning location allows you to feel as if you are in Europe... May boutiques, art galleries, restaurants to suit anyone's preferences. The friendly people and immaculate and quaint area will appeal to many! cannot wait to come back to see it in Winter~ Would...More
Petit Champlain is also the street name. Quartier Petit Champlain is a part of the whole basse-ville (lower town) area, which is a maze of shops, restaurants, and galleries. The streets are almost reminiscent of the faubourg town of Mont Saint-Michel of Normandy, France. There's...More
The lower town community is a wonderful collection of old buildings that have been restored and commercialized. With neat stores and restaurants, it is an easy environment to walk and take in the scenery. People watching is fun as well with tourists and locals alike...More
We were just enchanted by the old character of this place. The buildings are so old, but well maintained. The roads are very narrow and it can get very crowded...but everyone seems happy to be there. The funicular was a nice way to get back...More