You must Shoppe and explore the lower town! It is very quaint.... Nice people and wonderful food. Be sure to dine at Spag&Tini!!
About Lower Town (Basse-Ville)
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We explored the Upper town first. The lower offers less traffic, better souvenir shops, and a sweet little cafe -Smith. We took the Breakneck steps down, and the Funiculaire up ($2.25each). Worth the $2.25 for the view, experience and saved a few steps! Beautiful charming...More
Transport back in time in Lower Town! Narrow, cobblestone streets, many pedestrian-only and filled with little shops and cafes. A mix of touristy shops and unique shops with original artists and goods. Petit Champlain is a must-see street. Lots of art galleries as well. Architecturally,...More
This is a very charming area of Quebec. You can start by the L,Escalier du Casse-Cou (break back staircase) which brings you to the rue de Petit-Champlain and le rue de Sous-le-Fort at the base of e Lower Town. From here, you can walk down...More
At the base of the cliff lies the lower town. There were a couple of main shopping streets which had some cute boutiques and a few restaurants, and another area with more older buildings and the busy Place Royale with its outdoor cafes. A fun...More
At every turn, one can spot something worthy of a photograph! Simply beautiful!!! Don't miss this quaint, little, old style French surprise.
If you never visited the lower town of the Old Quebec, you are missing something. This is the oldest town in America! You have all the charm of the old 1700's and 1800's buildings, now offices, hotels, pubs, restaurants and shops. You still have the...More