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All reviews cobblestone streets beautiful city european city european feel old world charm street performers walking shoes shops and restaurants every corner chateau frontenac on foot walk around north america lots of history art galleries great place to visit walking tour
The structure of the old buildings was amazing- they are well maintained and attract a huge amount of visitors. The shops selling local made products had some lovely things for sale, great for unique souvenirs
Old Quebec is a very walkable, beautiful, interesting and fun area in the City. It contains shops, historic buildings, restaurants and museums, all adjacent to the port and river. It is quaint without being too touristy. Walking here over two days was the highlight of...More
Quebec City is worth a visit for several days. The old city is beautifully preserved and is a great showcase for the original French colony in North America. Other parts of the city are likewise worth exploring.
Your best bet is on the Grand Allée about three blocks away from the Louis XIV gate where there is a full block with restaurants on both side of the street including one whose name translates “to the bone”.
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Hi I simply love Québec City and visit as often as I can. Yes the hop on hop off bus is a great idea as it will show you all the city has to offer. You can then visit what you most want to see. I would suggest taking a... More
Hi I simply love Québec City and visit as often as I can. Yes the hop on hop off bus is a great idea as it will show you all the city has to offer. You can then visit what you most want to see. I would suggest taking a tour and not get off the first time around and then get off the bus when you pass by again. Walking along St Jean you will see lots of restaurants and shops. Must see in the old city is The Citadelle, Chateau Frontenac, the boardwalk, you can take the funicular to the lower part to the rue du Petit Champlain, the plains of Abraham (very cool restaurant near there) the Marché near the Aubege du Trésor and lastly the Auberge du Trésor alley way. There is much much more to see but I think those are the best. As for restaurants, on one of my trips I brought some friends and did not have much time. They really wanted to see the whole city so we had lunch at a restaurant called “le Ciel”. The name says it all. The food is wonderful, nicely priced but most of all you get to see the whole of Quebec City while you have lunch, supper or Brunch. Another one of my favourite restaurants is Creperie du Breton. Small place, you may have to wait a bit but it really is so worth it. You can have your crepe filled with whatever you like, even chocolate and whipped cream (smile) Have fun :)