Québec City, Québec

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This beautiful city offers visitors modern amenities with the historic charm of Vieux-Quebec.

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No matter when you visit Québec City, you will love the European charm and romantic feel of this historic city!

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

is a Québec landmark. Located in Haute-Ville, this “castle” was built in 1893, overlooking the St. Lawrence River.

This beautiful historic church welcomes all visitors with a stunning gilded sanctuary, exquisite stained glass windows, and aged wooden pews.

The Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral

is the largest British fortress in North America. Construction began in 1820 and finished in 1850, the first residents were British soldiers, then the Royal Canadian Artillery.

La Citadelle de Québec

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Showcases two historic sections, Place Royale and Petit-Champlain District. This neighborhood was founded in 1608 and is North America’s oldest neighborhood.

Basse-Ville in Vieux-Québec 

Takes visitors back in time to the days of New France. With cobblestone streets and the oldest stone church in North America.

Place Royale

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The Petit-Champlain District

Comprises pedestrian-only, narrow cobblestone streets that house boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and a co-op of artisans and merchants.

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