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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.
Even below freezing temps didn’t dampen our good time. Since Carnaval is currently underway, in addition to the old buildings and quaint shops, ice sculptures and outdoor activities (including impromptu “spoon” orchestras and dancing) increase the fun. Bundle up and head out! Friendly bars cheerfully...More
Loved this area of Quebec. We visited in mid Jan and everything was decorated for christmas still. It was straight out of a movie. Had one of the best meals I've ever had at one of the small restaurants (wish I could remember the name....More
This area is literally one of the most beautiful I have ever visited in my years of travel. Quant little shops and many choices for meals and drinks. My daughter and I walked home after a late dinner and we were the only people on...More
This is by far my favorite part of Quebec city. I took a small group there last Friday and you really feel like you step back in time. This definitely will make you feel like you are in a European city, as it has so...More
This little street is like walking through a Dickens novel! Lovely storefronts decorated for Christmas with fresh greenery and red bows line both sides, with several firepits for warming up. Father Christmas makes an appearance during the evening throughout the holidays, along with a mailbox...More
Visiting this area is a must if you are visiting Old Québec. I have visited many times but this past December I had the opportunity to see it lit up with Christmas lights. It felt like I was visiting a Christmas village. It was so...More