Compact nature old Quebec City makes it ideal for a great walking day. You can see so much with little effort.
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When visiting Quebec, we walked (uphill) from our hotel to Old Quebec & enjoyed the old buildings, small gardens and interesting front yards. I recommend a daytime stroll, due to roads & walkways.
Architecture, art, food, shopping, museums, heritage sites, seriously, what more could anybody ask for. As you walk down the cobblestone footpaths you are taken back in time to when things were handmade with love and craftsmanship. The buildings here are proof. A do not miss...More
I will insist to walk & explore Old Quebec. There are lots of surprises in this area, the historical buildings, the gorgeous & creative arts, the tiny boutique shops with own characters. I thought it's French area....maybe it's not that friendly as my hometown Taipei....More
It has nice buildings which has many meanings and history behind. The hilly roads were easy to navigate with the map. However, as it is a tourist attraction, it can get really crowded during the day. Start early!
This a charming place! Walk around and get lost in the narrow cobblestone street and you would think you are in an old European village. It is protected under the UNESCO World Heritage site so there is a straight governance in any renovations to every...More
I'm not sure what I was expecting, but this town really surprised me. I enjoyed walking around all the small streets, seeing the buildings and churches and port. Funicular was out of order, so thankfully we only had to walk down some winding roads. Our...More
A walking delight, but be prepared for some steep climbs. Shops and restaurant alternatives are mediocre but the ambiance and history of the walled city are intriguing.
As my title says, there is no other city like QC in North America. When walking the streets one can easily feel like one is walking in the medieval streets of old cities in Europe. Like those heavily-touristed cities in Europe, however, QC too is...More