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City Travel Guide - Quebec City
Historic Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City Quebec City fortified historic wall at dusk Place Royale in Old Quebec City

"With so much history at your fingertips, and a year-round calendar of events and festivals, Québec City is the perfect romantic getaway for two, or a fun-filled destination for the whole family."

Québec City Tourism

The beautiful walls of 'Vieux Quebec', the Old City, have been standing now for almost 400 years. With cobblestone streets that wind down the hill, and stone buildings from eras long gone, Old Québec has a unique, romantic feel. It is a city you won’t want to miss and has been declared it a 'World Heritage Site' by UNESCO. A horse-drawn carriage ride around the old city is the perfect way to experience its European charm.

The stately Chateau Frontenac, built in 1893, looms over the city like a massive fortress. This grand edifice has housed kings and queens, and seen heads of state consult in grave matters of war. Connected to Basse-Ville, or Lower Town, by a series of stairways called the casse-cou, french for 'Neck-breakers', the heights of Chateau Frontenac are more wisely reached by the inexpensive funicular.

Natural wonders like Montmorency Falls, higher than the Niagara Falls, and historical sights, like the famous Plains of Abraham are within minutes of downtown. The beautiful Notre-Dame cathedral is nearby as well. Founded in 1647, it was the first Cathedral built in Canada, and its parish is one of the oldest in North America.

Famous for its winter carnival, Québec City is a magical place to visit in the cold months. Filled with snow sculptures, an ice palace, and whimsical nighttime parades through the streets, the carnival is a 100-year tradition in Québec that celebrates the Québecois way of life.

It's not all about winter in Québec. The Québécois love to celebrate and there's a festival for every season. The Québec City Summer Festival brings in top-notch performers from around the world for a free week of music, while the Festival of New France attempts to recreate the lifestyle of early Québecois culture.