I visited Montreal, Quebec City, and Toronto in late October. Each place offers a diverse and unique experience, but I must admit that I fancy Quebec City the most. Never have I imagined that a city could be so extravagantly appealing like Quebec City: friendly, well-mannered people, cobblestone streets, petit shops/cafes, vibrant autumn foliage, etc.
In my opinion, the Old City Wall resembles Camelot, the well-known castle of the legendary Merlin the Wizard. In autumn season, each store is filled with autumn decor and lights, transforming the city in the evening to an autumn wonderland. Le Petit Champlain is a brilliant place to visit. The idea of strolling down the street with a hot cafe latte (or other drinks you fancy) seems very hard to resist. For a split second you might think you are in a different world!
Overall, Quebec City has done a great job describing itself as a unique ambience, admired by its visitors. It's classic, charming, and simply breathtaking!
Bonjour Quebec City, a-bientot!