Checked out Old Quebec and the streets were bustling with people and the buildings are truly a sight to see with a lot of history and old architecture very unique.
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my husband and I spend the day in Old Quebec. We walked and walked and still will return for another day. We drove in from a town an hour east, parked (only $12 CAD for the day) and walked around. The area was busy with...More
This review is from our trip July-August 2015. I had been wanting to go to Quebec for so long so we packed up the kids and cousins and drove from New York. It's about a 10 hour drive so made sure to pack drinks etc...More
If you like to shop and love fantastic views of the St. Lawrence River and Quebec this is your place to go. There's tons of places to eat and this is a tourist Haven. We have a fantastic time. There's many waysto get around but...More
Great walled city with several points of interest in churches, old buildings, the citadel, some parks and a great overlook onto the water. The whole area was pretty busy the entire time there, but does not seem to prevent activities. Primarily a French-speaking place, but...More
I love old Quebec, there are so many cute shops and cafe's. I took soo many pictures of this street it was kind of ridiculous. I want to go back!
This was probably my fifth trip to Quebec City over the years. The first for our fifteenth anniversary the most recent for our 45th. The city is still as vibrant and beautiful as ever. We stayed at the Hotel Champlain which was close enough to...More
Spent a day in old Quebec city, the walled city has some lovely old streets and as a lover of old architecture there are some interesting old buildings. The city also has some nice places to eat with plenty of choice.