If you don't even enter one shop or restaurant, this place provides a thousand photo opportunities. Well worth a visit, a great place to enjoy.
About Lower Town (Basse-Ville)
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This area is straight down the hill from Upper Old Town. Unless you’re the super-athletic type, the way to travel between the two is the funicular, which gives a nice little cable-car ride between Terrasse Dufferin in Upper Town and Rue Petit-Champlain in Lower Town....More
Did a walking tour of this area and just didn't have enough time to do the area correctly. So much to see and so little time. Lots of kooks and cranny's to explore. Yes, you will feel that you stepped back in time and were...More
This is the most interesting part of town to visit. It is a must see as far as I am concerned. Many shops and restaurants. You can imagine what it would have been like 200 years ago. We walked from the citadel on the path...More
Located down below the main city and right on the majestic St. Lawrence River, this almost looks too good to be real. Quaint streets and old stone buildings abound. Mostly shopping and a few very good (but touristy) restaurants, plus some nice views looking back...More
No matter where you start or where you wander, there is something to see and enjoy in the lower section of the town. Small quaint buildings, shops, restaurants, etc. We were disappointed that the church was closed in the middle of the day, but didn't...More
This was our first trip to Quebec City. We were originally scheduled to go to Puerto Rico but with things as they are there now we opted to change our plans. And, thankful that we did and could. It's every bit as delightful and fun...More
Lower Town was an unexpected delight, while the Upper Town is more grandiose, Lower Town has authentic quaint stone structures, cobblestone walkways, you get a glimpse of how it must have felt to walk around here over the decades and centuries from when the town...More
Shops, food, views, unexpected art works! Do not miss Basse-Ville! Walk down then use the funicular to go up to Haute-Ville.