Along the banks of the Saint Lawrence River, the fortified town of Quebec, also known as 'Petite France', truly is the heart and soul of French Canada. Its architecture, population and spirit seem to have come straight across from the Atlantic. The surrounding regions, with Chaudière-Appalaches to the south and the region of Quebec to the north, attract people in search of great open spaces, where ...
The cradle of French civilisation in North America, Quebec City is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Quebec City's Upper Town (the old city) is located on Cap Diamant, a 98m-high promontory overlooking the Saint Lawrence River.
This neighbourhood, whose main street bears the same name, is the most typical spot in Quebec City and is great for shopping.
The symbol of the city, the château is a hotel that welcomes important guests. This is a place where tradition and modernity are beautifully combined.
Instead of travelling by car, you could even opt for a horse and carriage ride in Old Quebec City, just to experience what it felt like to live in days gone by...
Quebec City displays a combination of architectural styles: French, English, and North American, both modern and antique.
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