Vieux Quebec

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Quebec City, Canada
Vieux Quebec - The stairs leading down to Le Petit Champlain, the oldest commerical street in North America
Vieux Quebec - Artists line the sides of this crowded street, selling their art to tourists.
Vieux Quebec - Artists line the sides of this crowded street, selling their art to tourists.
Vieux Quebec - Artists line the sides of this crowded street, selling their art to tourists.
Vieux Quebec - Le Chateau Frontenac stands as the heart of Vieux Quebec in the background. Follow this promenade along the Govenor General's promenade - a walkway of stairs that follows the city's fortifications - to get to the Plains of Abraham and the Citadel.

Vieux Quebec Quebec City Reviews

silan silan
59 reviews
Jun 03, 2007
Spending a day wander the cobblestone streets of Old Quebec is a necessary experience if you visit the city. You feel as if you've been transported to Europe as you walk around, and there are many things to see along the way. A necessary street to walk along is Petit Champlain, which begins with a staircase leading to the street with a great view of all the people and shops. Petit Champlain is also the first established commercial street in North America.

Everything is within walking distance in Old Quebec, including the Chateau Frontenac, the Citadel and the gorgeous Governor General's Promenade, the Museum of Civilization and various historic houses and forts. It is also a close walk to the Parliament buildings. You'll also find a street near the Chateau that is lined on both sides with artists displaying their paintings and work.

There are many small cafes catch a bite to eat, but don't stay too long, there's too much to see!
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