Yes, this is an attraction with packs of tourist. But it is undeniable that Old Quebec has an European charm and is very well kept. A great highlight are the ruins of the governors palace.
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Old Quebec is a charming small town, the size of which is fully walkable. Composed of the upper town and the lower town, you traverse to either one through stairs or through a funicular. I have a preference to the upper town. It is livelier...More
The Old Québec is a zone of the city that should be visited by everyone that goes to Québec. It has a lot of options to do, eat and shop. From the "rue Saint Jean", to the streets near the Chateau Frontenac, it is a...More
Walking in Old Quebec makes you feel like you're in Paris. The shops and restaurants are great. Don't forget to go to the lower level by the river and try those. We had our best meal there at Bistro Sous Le Fort.
A beautiful town, the people are lovely the buildings are magnificent, the atmosphere is very relaxing. The views over the Saint Lawrence are spectacular
What a wonderful place to visit. So many unique areas to explore, see, and experience. A LOT of unique shops, restaurants, coffee/pastry shops, things to see. The entire experience of just walking around and experiencing the Old City is wonderful.