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Rue de Tresor, Quebec City, Quebec GIR 5B8, Canada
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Reviewed today

We really enjoyed the bistros, shops and restaurants in the old section...Definitely worth it! We found that the little bistros on the bottom section where less hot in the summer, a nice breeze comes from the St-Laurence...enjoy!

Thank JAZROK
Reviewed today via mobile

The old city of Quebec is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been and we’ve traveled a lot. The architecture is simply breathtaking. Unfortunately this part of the city was crowded with masses of tourists. So I would suggest that visiting Quebec City...More

Thank joannafrancis
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fantastic! Many activities to do and good restaurants! You have to stay at the châteaux Frontenac good service and food!

Thank feeclochette36N
Reviewed yesterday

European feeling; nice shops; history; great restaurants; quaint streets and delightful walking with so much so central

Thank ellen j
Reviewed yesterday

Old Quebec is one of the most charming, quaint, and relaxing places to visit. From the old architecture, french cuisine, cobble stones streets, and friendly people, it is a must place to vacation. Highly recommended.

Thank German F
Reviewed yesterday

Old Quebec is a small-ish part of Quebec City that is divided into the upper part and the lower part. Be warned, though... the upper and lowers parts are divided by quite a steep cliff. There are two ways to get between the two: walking...More

1  Thank Kristin K
Reviewed yesterday

The charm, beauty and culture of this city is not to be missed. The people are warm and friendly, the food is a delight and the streets at night are to what every city should aspire. I was completely taken with Old Quebec and hope...More

Thank IMDawnP
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This area contains the oldest building in Quebec (now a restaurant), some fabulous churches (we were lucky enough to be there on a Sunday for the ringing of the bells), quaint streets, historic fortifications as well as some very pretty parks and streetscapes. Check out...More

Thank Wanderering1
Reviewed yesterday

Old Quebec is a very beautiful place with plenty of activity and good food in the area. I highly recommend a visit for any length of time up to maybe a week. There are many interesting shops, restaurant, buildings, history and surrounding area activities to...More

1  Thank TravelingFoodieFam4
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a beautiful part of the city!!! Totally European vibes. Great little cafes and restaurants! Also little shops with homemade things.

Thank milkasim
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Sushil J
20 August 2018|
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Response from jaross01 | Reviewed this property |
We are both in our early seventies and spent 6 days in Quebec. Loved the place. If you are reasonably mobile there is no problem in walking around. just take your time and immerse yourself in the culture and you will enjoy... More
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TroyKang
Hello everyone, I am planning a solo trip to Canada. Hope some kind souls can advise me if my itinerary is workable: 1 Nov 2018: 1900 - Landed at Pearson International Airport Q1.0) Will the weather be too cold to visit CN Tower at 2100? 2 Nov 2018: Train or plane to Quebec City Q2.0) I have checked the air tickets are approximately C$350. Are there any cheaper air tickets? Q2.1) Anyone can advise which train trips are the best? Q2.2) What the train prices like? Unable to find them online. 2-5 Nov 2018: 3 days in Old Quebec Q3.0) Appreciate if there are any kind souls will like to recommend where to visit. 5 Nov 2018 afternoon: Train or plane to Toronto 6 Nov 2018: Thousand Islands 7 Nov 2018: Niagara Falls Q7.0) Any idea if I can combine Thousand Islands and Niagara Falls into 1 day? 8 Nov 2018: Fly back home. Thank you for taking time to read my posts and replying! God bless you! Cheers! Troy
19 August 2018|
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Response from smichelini2017 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Canada Traveler, I strongly recommend the train to or from Toronto, Montreal or Quebec City. These cities are relatively close and the train is a great way to see the countryside.The airports are not near the central... More
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EatwellLivewell1
9 August 2018|
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Response from Pejman M | Reviewed this property |
In every shop and Resturant ( in touristic area) they say : “ bonjour Hi” and if you answer hi they continue in english. But the french culture is obviously stronger than montreal. So my answer is 8.
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