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Not worth the $3.50 at least on the down ride! It’s barely a 30 second ride hardly enough time to get pictures and the man selling tickets is particularly rude. (Well at least on Saturday 15 December he was!)
I can think of three funiculars from around the world that I have had the pleasure of riding. The first one was in Greece on the island of Santorini. A fabulous ride down the hill from Thera. The second one was in Spain above Monserrat....More
The diffrent streets full of history, the colorful building paintings displaying the life of the old quebecoise, the cul the sac short street with its truly quebecoise meals, the umbrellas covering the street sky, the small shops with a large variety of goods, the nice...More
It's really a unique attraction in Quebec- a must do for the views and the experience of riding a funicular. It's $3.50 each way per person. Connects the lower town to the upper town. In the lower town it lets off right in the middle...More
It was too brief a ride for the cost. You just get going at it somewhat ends. The good point is the view of the St. Lawrence River, but it's brief. It does save on the legs for the walk up could be hard on...More
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There is no parking at the base of the funicular as it ends on a narrow pedestrian only street. At the top the nearest parking is the valet parking at the Chateau Frontenac otherwise the nearest public parking is a few... More
There is no parking at the base of the funicular as it ends on a narrow pedestrian only street. At the top the nearest parking is the valet parking at the Chateau Frontenac otherwise the nearest public parking is a few blocks away unless you luck out and find a parallel spot on the street.