About Quebec

One of North America's oldest cities still has fortified walls that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site in this French-speaking capital of the Quebec province. Quebec's cityscape is defined by the magnificent Château Frontenac constructed as a luxury hotel in the 19th Century for travelers of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The Canadian metropolis that was founded in 1608 along the St. Lawrence River and features The Museum of Civilization, The Citadel, Plains of Abraham, The Ice Hotel, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church and Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica Cathedral.

Attractions around Quebec

Old Quebec City

Experience the charm and beauty of Old Quebec City with its French architecture, carriage rides and unique fortified walls. Old Quebec City, which is divided into Upper Town and Lower Town, is a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site in its entirety. The neighborhood founded in 1608 features Château Frontenac, Fortifications of Quebec, Citadel, Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral, The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Museum of Civilization in Quebec, The Museum of French America, Naval Museum of Quebec and St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.

  • Old Quebec City
  • Chateau Frontenac
  • Quebec Parliament Building
  • Citadelle of Quebec
  • Quebec Ice Hotel
  • Montmorency Falls
  • Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Quebec
  • Quebec Capital Observatory
  • Quartier Petit Champlain

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