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We had been to this area before, but decided to get to Lower town, differently. We walked down via a side street, Rue Sainte-Famille, then Cote de la Canoterie, then down the winding cobblestones of Cote du Colonel Dambourges, and ended up at Rue St....More
We visited in early December and it was decorated beautifully for Christmas. The snow and lights were magical. Lots of cute shops and just a beautiful place to walk around and explore. Fun to ride the funiculaire to the bottom and take pictures.
Very picturesque area day or night. Plenty of shops with a sprinkling of eateries. Located right at the bottom of the steps. Nice murals on the side of a couple buildings were there in 2009 and during this visit.
Don't let the rain (or snow) deter you.
The city, with its narrow streets and cobblestones, and hilliness becomes a reflective canvas, with sparkles of light from many sources. It can be quite magical to be out and about.