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Quebec City is about as close to feeling that you are in Europe as it gets in North America. Loved thie old part of town with its charming shops and lovely little restaurants. We visited a n the winter to go to the Christmas market...More
Despite the thick snow covering almost every surface, we could see the charm of this historic place. The brick roads, interesting shops and cafes are all really lovely. We went for the Carnaval, so the ice sculptures and beautiful decorations were an added bonus. We...More
Even in February with very cold temperatures, this is an area of the city not to be missed. We walked down to Petit Champlain to do a little shopping, but went back at night just to see the lights and soak up more of the...More
Walking through the Quartier Petit Champlain was so enjoyable during both Carnaval and after the event. We loved that the Christmas decorations were still up during our visit. It is so beautiful to see the streets illuminated at night.
Take the Funicular down from Upper Town to Lower Town and enter a magical world. Quaint shops and cozy cafes beckon. There are the typical souvenir shops, but also art galleries and specialty stores. There are quick bite cafes and sit down restaurants. Be sure...More
Very pretty to wander around. Really cold wind coming off the river, so dress warmly. The city does a really good job clearing the snow so it is pretty safe for walking. Take the funicular back up - lots of stairs.
Some historical old buildings with interesting architecture amongst restaurants, boutiques and souvenir type shops.
Was beautiful at Christmas buried in snow, a bit slippery, and at night time magical.