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All reviews vieux port antique shops farmers market port area cruise ship walked down quaint streets maple syrup people watch lower town beautiful area lots of restaurants petit champlain quebec marche boats stroll
We arrived here yesterday at 0600 and as accommodation was not ready until 1500 we decided to find the tourist info ,
We headed up to the top of the old section of town is here we found the tourist centre,got the information and stated...More
Very nice introduction to a very special city; our cruise ship spent two days here and we loved every minute. There's a laid-back, low pressure charm around the marina and visiting the antique shops, art galleries, sidewalk cafes, and historic buildings near by only whet...More
If you feel there are too many people, when I went by (no cruise ship), the old port was way quieter than the city. You can sit and enjoy the view, walk along the river, take a beer while soaking your feet in basins and...More
Wonderful history could spend days wondering the streets. Most plagues are in French, pity that QR codes are not included somewhere near the plagues so you could get the information.
Walk the port district during the day and night. Sunday nights is bin night. Avoiding...More
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In case that you are in Quebec City already, you don't need any money to walk around the Old Port. But you will need some in case that you want to go to the restaurants or have a coffee. Unfortunately, the restaurants do... More
In case that you are in Quebec City already, you don't need any money to walk around the Old Port. But you will need some in case that you want to go to the restaurants or have a coffee. Unfortunately, the restaurants do need some money in order to survive.