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Rue de Tresor, Quebec City, Quebec GIR 5B8, Canada
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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
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Reviewed today via mobile

Beautiful part of Quebec. A must to visit during a stay in Quebec. Nice street and houses. Visit!!!!

Thank Magnus F
Reviewed today

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.

Thank Mike B
Reviewed today

walking the cobble stone streets you think you were in france. some of the traditions and surely the culture remains there. enjoy some of the local restaurants or the quaint little shops.

Thank buyersrmi
Reviewed today

Fascinating place to see, experience and dine. You will find a range of restaurant types and price range. The old trading post buildings are still in place and now converted to modern businesses.

Thank Don M
Reviewed yesterday

We have been to this area numerous times and never get tired of the atmosphere, the people and food. Great experience and momentos

Thank nicholas g
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Old City is beautiful and clean, but you can see everything it has to offer over two days, or even a well packed day. It is a great stop on a cruise, but doesn't offer enough for a multi day stay. As can be...More

Thank Alexander L
Reviewed yesterday

Make sure you take the time to wonder in and out of the alleyways in Old Quebec. Most colorful and the buildings look so European it is no wonder many films are recorded here. The scenery is stunning.

Thank Joanie4875
Reviewed yesterday

Spent two days on Quebec City. Weather was not so good but we still did a lot of walking. Buildings are beautiful, easy to get around but it is very hilly. Trees were showing fall colors.

Thank David K
Reviewed 2 days ago

Loved this part of Quebec with its old homes from the French and English era. The old streets to wander around, the city wall to climb and the food. What more could you want

Thank Merrilyn G
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We really enjoyed the old part of the city and I guess that is why all the tourists visit here. The shops at the bottom of the funiticulaire were are favorite places. All three merchants we visited spoke English, thank you.

Thank Don H
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13 October 2018|
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Response from Herkab | Reviewed this property |
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”.
11 September 2018|
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Response from Rick O | Reviewed this property |
Hotel Concorde has a revolving Restaurant which has the best view of Quebec City hands down ... check the food reviews! Happy Anniversary! 🥂🌹
Elizabeth J
10 September 2018|
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Response from Trianda22 | Reviewed this property |
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
Sushil J
31 August 2018|
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Response from Prairie_mum | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend the Hilton hotel. It’s just outside the wall that surrounds the Old City. It’s literally a 2 minute walk to the Old City, Great hotel and they have a great outdoor pool if you feel up to having a... More
Lisa L
23 August 2018|
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Response from sistravel557 | Reviewed this property |
I think 4 days are enough. I highly recommend Auberge Le Pierre in the lower Old Town are for a hotel.