The capital of the province has much more to offer than the Parliament. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the province. You have a lot to see and the best way to discover it is on foot. You will then witness the importance of this city for dignitaries, the religious community and military force, and for more than 400 years.
The city shows an amazing historical and heritage richness with its century-old houses and sites. The only fortified city in Canada, you can visit many places, squares, art, … Its narrow streets sometimes paved with stones, reminds us of the European style and gives a romantic touch to the city where it is good to be day and night. Overlooking the river, it was several years ago the capital of Lower Canada.
Did you know that the old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In Quebec City
Place Royale / Church of our Lady of Victories / Fresque des Quebecers – click here
Porte Saint-Louis / Saint-Louis Street / Monument Samuel-de-Champlain / Chateau Frontenac / Terrasse Dufferin – Click Here
Porte Saint-Louis / Manege militaire / Plains of Abraham / Joan of Arc Garden / Citadelle – click here
Parliament Building and Garden / Fountain of Tourny – click here
Petit Champlain / Fresque du Petit-Champlain / Funicular / Escalier Casse-cou / Escalier du Quai-du-roi / Escalier du Cul-de-dac / Boulevard Champlain – click here
Day trip from Quebec