Old Québec

A UNESCO World Heritage treasure, Old Québec is the only fortified city north of Mexico. Bask in the European charm as you stroll through the old quarters and take in over 400 years of history in the birthplace of French North America.

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The 6 Sectors of Old Québec

Dufferin Terrace

The most photographed hotel in the world and the Dufferin Terrace are both iconic Québec City landmarks. 

Step into a postcard picture setting

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Petit-Champlain and Place-Royale

Québec City was founded at Place Royale, the sense of history in this square is palpable. Nearby street Petit-Champlain will make you feel like you’ve landed in a fairytale.

Meander along cobblestone streets

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Old Port

The charming streets that surround the Old Port are perfect for an afternoon of antique stores, art galleries, and restaurants. 

Stroll along the St. Lawrence River

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Rue Saint-Jean

From Place D'Youville, head up the street with a perfect blend of culture, religious heritage, and fine food.

Find all kinds of treats along a lively city street

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Parliament Hill

Decorated by a majestic French fountain, Parliament Hill is home to Québec’s National Assembly and leads directly to the prestigious Grande Allée.

Visit one of Québec City’s most elegant sectors

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Plains of Abraham

Located just beside the Citadelle, this historic park is a gathering place for art lovers and athletes and hosts some of the city’s biggest festivals and shows. 

Head out to a stunning urban park

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