Just a great place to spend an afternoon wandering around. Great place for families if the weather is nice.
About Old Port
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We viewed this as an extension of Old Quebec and an alternative to get to St. Jean. Populated with antique shops and restaurants, it was enjoyable and another chance to explore more of Old Quebec
Old and charming, something magic about prowling the narrow streets of one of the oldest cities in North America and imagining what life was like three hundred years ago. Here you will find quaint shops and old architecture and lots of inspiration for photography.
This section of Old Quebec is fun to explore on foot. Like other small neighborhoods in and around Old Quebec, it is worth the time to meander down the streets and admire the buildings.
This is right off of Lower Town, and this is the place where all of the tour boats dock. If you're feeling a bit claustrophobic from wandering the narrow streets of Lower Town, the Old Port is just a few moments away, and it has...More
We walked around this area and found lots of antique shops as well as some art stores and other shops. Great little area to do some window shopping and stop for a bite to eat in a place that is a little less busy as...More
We had a great time strolling through the various booths of the Old Port Market. Food, wine, art, clothes, nick-knacks---you name it. We were there in December, it is was a good location to get in a decent walk, but it was then fun to...More
During a horribly rainy and windy October afternoon, we had a couple hours to stroll thru the streets of the Old Port and enter some shops as we went along. Lots to see in addition to viewing all the historical buildings. Beautiful in the rain,...More
Just walking around the Old Port area makes you feel like you've stepped back in time -- it's a great way to soak up the character of Old Quebec.