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Address: Rue de Tresor, Quebec City, Quebec GIR 5B8, Canada
Phone Number:
4182625515
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Fee: No
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Parker says "Come to Europe without getting on an airplane!!! Absolutely beautiful."

This quaint little section of Quebec City has it all. Charming architecture, cobblestone streets, quaint shops and restaurants and beautiful vistas overlooking the St. Lawrence... read more

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This quaint little section of Quebec City has it all. Charming architecture, cobblestone streets, quaint shops and restaurants and beautiful vistas overlooking the St. Lawrence River. The town has two levels. The upper portion is dominated by the imposing, stunning Chateau Frontenac, which is reminiscent of Hogwarts or some other Harry Potter-esque setting. There are restaurants, shops and cathedrals up... More 

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Halifax, Canada
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

love walking around day or night!! easy to get around, in March/ April not as many of us tourist types either!

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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

You can imagine the way things were a hundred years ago. Today it is quite magical. Lots of places to eat and drink. The Galleries des Beaux Arts is well worth a visit and serves a nice lunch.

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Hanover, Massachusetts
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What a great city! We have Europe in our backyard coming from Boston. The historic architecture as well as the modern coexist nicely. There is so much to see and eat!

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If I could I would live in a little apartment above one of the cute little shops and work in one of the cafes. The shops, cafes and churches are so charming and cute. I have visited in the summer and the winter and both times were like a fairy tale. Visiting here is a must.

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The city is beautiful and does not disappoint one bit. On my 1st wedding anniversary and we couldn't have picked a better place in driving distance from NYC.

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Bundaberg, Australia
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Loved everything about this city, a must see, beautiful place, don't miss it! Easy to walk around, great views, did a bus tour of the city which was good.

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Very nice area to stroll around. Lots of restaurants and shops. Some of the best views of the city specially the Chateau Frontenac

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Quebec City, Canada
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I had a wonderful trip June 2016 for my 30th birthday celebration and engagement! We stayed in a vacation rental apartment near Les Plaines D'abraham and the Jardin de Jeanne D'arc where my fiance asked me to marry him. It was a wonderful part of town, very walkable. Plenty of good restaurants and a bustling night life if that is... More 

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Although I have been to Europe but its always nice to find a European feel wherever you go. Quebec which speaks French has an interesting spot in Old Quebec City. The cobbled streets, small buildings, narrow lanes, outdoor cafes, artists on the street, no-motor zones and European style architecture buildings - a great feeling! You wouldn't realize and your half... More 

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