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Old Quebec Quebec City 25.4 mi away
#1 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Amazing views Beautiful shops Excellent restaurants The Christmas market was wonderful and the Christmas decorations throughout the whole upper and lower town were the best I've ever seen Well worth a visit at Chr...
Art galleries, delicious cuisine, historical sites, old-world charm, quaint shops, memorable Churches, cobblestone roads, statues, and a city landscape that makes you feel as if you're in Europe.
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Quartier Petit Champlain Quebec City 25.3 mi away
#2 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Quaint shops full of great restaurants, difficult to choose from Abundance of variety of stores Great for taking photo’s Superb views when you look up of Chateau Frontenac Stand at the top of stairs before going d...
The view riding down the Funiculair ($3 Canadian) was spectacular, and we were met with dozens of adorable shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants -- many with outdoor seating to rival the most beautiful European...
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Upper Town (Haute-Ville) Quebec City 25.5 mi away
#3 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
... Notre Dame Basilica and the fun on Place Dufferin where you can walk the boardwalk, stand in the shadow of the magnificent Chateau Frontenac and enjoy street performers or a view of the St. Lawrence River.
There is so much to see and do here between the historic sites, wonderful old buildings and churches, shops, a wide variety of restaurants, pubs and street performers.
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Terrasse Dufferin Quebec City 25.8 mi away
#4 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
great walking area, overlooking river St. Lawrence, great picnic area lots of amenities and attractions, perfect to walk your dog and meet lots of people excellent view of the Fairmont Frontenac
Whether is sunny, warm, cold or snowing this is a great place to stroll up and down to see people take in the breathtaking views and watch the Frontenac hosted toboggan run with kids and adults alike....great time!
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Fontaine du Quai Paquet Levis
#1 of 21 Sights & Landmarks in Levis
The view of Quebec city is breath taking, the site is spacious, luminuious and accessible.
In the day time there is lounge chairs to relax on and the views are great.
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Lower Town (Basse-Ville) Quebec City 25.3 mi away
#5 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Lower town (or Basse-Ville) includes such sites as the ancient Notre Dame des Victoires church, the historic Petit Champlain district, the port, & the Museum of Civilization, which offers fascinating exhibits and...
After enjoying the castle and it's great views of the river, make your way down to the lower town with its cobblestone streets, shops, quaint buildings and historic church.
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La Promenade Samuel-De Champlain Quebec City 25.3 mi away
#6 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Great views of the river and entertaining street artistes ranging from acrobats to musicians......something for everyone!
Great river view, water fountains, sculptures, landscape and many free attractions Instant fave!
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Place Royale Quebec City 25.4 mi away
#7 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Unique stone "plaza" surrounded by beautiful period buildings and the Notre-Dame-des-Victories church which is an architectural must see and it's must view collection of Van Dyke paintings.
It is also home to one of the most stunningly beautiful murals in town called Fresque des Québecois, a three-dimensional landscape featuring landmarks and figures of Quebec City's history.
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Basilique Cathedrale - Notre-Dame-de-Quebec Quebec City 25.5 mi away
#8 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
This was our starting point for a lovely walk that lead us to wonderful restaurants, pubs, pastes, chocolates, stores and other historic sites in the area.
It is a wonderful place to enjoy the exquisite decorations plus say some prayers thanking God for this wonderful site.
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La Promenade des Gouverneurs Quebec City 25.3 mi away
#10 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
A magnificent view of the St. Laurence with sail boats, ferries, ocean going cargo ships, passenger liners and Great Lakes ore ships, all jockeying through the narrows at the cliffs of Quebec and surrounded by a r...
From the sweeping views of the river and the Basse Ville, the Chateau Frontenac and all the beautiful buildings, landscape, as you walk down the boardwalk from the "Dufferin Terrasse" to the Plains of Abraham, it...
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Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site Quebec City 25.8 mi away
#12 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
So much history behind her mighty walls situated on the banks of the River.... Stunning views, great shops inside along with a wonderful bar and assorted restaurants... Come to be pampered or just enjoy the gracio...
Like sentinels preserving their corner of the world (like the Quebecois themselves with their French), the towers and turrets of the fortifications are a wonderful site and architecturally accent the protected cit...
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Plains of Abraham Quebec City 25.4 mi away
#13 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
It is an oasis of greenery in the heart of the city, with historic sites, running and walking paths, recreational activities, spectacular views, picnic areas, cultural events, gardens and vast open spaces.
... contains the Citadel and Martello towers built to defend the city in the 18th and 19th centuries from, amongst others, the US! Take the Governors Promenade from the Citadel to Hotel Frontenac for river views.
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Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec (MNBAQ) Quebec City 25.6 mi away
#14 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
The sculpture gallery in the Contemporary pavilion is breathtaking in the way it showcases the sunlight and the view and allows the sculptures to speak to one another and the world beyond.
Buildings are linked why an interesting underground passageway, and the prison has a marvelous installation in a tower reached by a winding staircase offering great views across the St Lawrence.
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Old Port Quebec City 25.8 mi away
#16 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
And if, for whatever reason, you should ever tire of everything the Old Port has to offer, just hop on the funicular and enjoy the stunning view as it whisks you up to the top of the escarpment and in the heart of...
The cobblestone streets of Quebec, the Chateau Frontenac,the Museums, Notre Dame Cathedral, Montmorency falls ... to name a few sights ...ALL of it - SO worth it.
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Gare du Palais Quebec City 25.9 mi away
#17 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Plenty of sights, restaurants, and shops within walking distance.
This station is easy to navigate, in addition to being a beautiful landmark in QC.
3 Ways to experience it
Eglise Notre Dame des Victoires Quebec City 25.4 mi away
#18 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
My 9th great-grandfather was buried at the church that was on this site (the old church burned down and this was built in the 1800s).
Its opening hours are limited, however its a n easy location assemble near or view with reverence.
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Fontaine de Tourny Quebec City 25.5 mi away
#19 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
I first visited by night and really enjoyed the beauty of the fountain and view of parliament in the background.
Great views of the wall and the Parliament Building.
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Breakneck Steps (L'Escalier Casse-Cou) Quebec City 25.4 mi away
#20 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
I celebrated my mock-athletic feat by taking the ferry (and it was past 9 p.m.) over to Levis so that I could view illuminated Chateau Frontenac and fantasize about getting married there someday.
The top of the stairs offers one of the traditional postcard views of Quebec City, looking right down the Rue du Petit-Champlain from up high.
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Observatoire de la Capitale Quebec City 25.7 mi away
#21 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
In addition to incredible city views, there are also interesting videos to see, and interesting facts about Quebec city, it`s past and present history and facts about the province and its people.
In my opinion the best source of information are the guides who can give you accurate and insider view of all kinds of themes.
3 Ways to experience it
St. Louis Gate (Porte St. Louis) Quebec City 25.5 mi away
#22 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
St. Louis Gate stood about a block from our hotel and gave us a lovely morning view from our room, especially when horse-drawn carriages came clomping through the high arch into the Old City.
traveled buy horses and carriage saw all the sights even say a cannon ball stuck in a tree just was in awa loved it
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Grande Allee Quebec City 25.7 mi away
#23 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Thoroughly enjoyed walking along the street and was content just to take in the many sites including old world architecture, and many bars and cafes.
Try making early reservations at "le Ciel" the rotating restaurant with 360 degree views of the city, Parc des Champs de Bataille and St. Lawrence.
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Battlefields Park (Parc des Champs-de-Bataille) Quebec City 25.9 mi away
#24 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
For non-runners, the view is spectacular and plenty of wide open spaces and roads/trails, plus many historical markers and lots of beautiful flowers, and stunning views of the St. Lawrence River.
Views of the river may be enjoyed, along with shade under trees, paths for walking or jogging, tables and benches in many places for a picnic or just to sit and enjoy.
Joan of Arc Quebec City 25.9 mi away
#25 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
I walk there and i also had a pick nick there the place is so wow, Very green very vast many thing to see and the view either on the Plaines d Abraham or looking at the St Lawrence river is spectaculous.
We visited all the famous and historic site and he provided us with a narrative history of each one of them.
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Cathedral of the Holy Trinity Quebec City 25.5 mi away
#26 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
... religious orders have been to the foundation and continued development of Quebec, and it is fascinating for history buffs to get an alternate view into religion in the city from an Anglican, British perspective.
It's an interesting historical site because it is the first Anglican Church to be built outside of England.
5 Ways to experience it
Grosse Ile and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site L'Isle-aux-Grues
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in L'Isle-aux-Grues
A vehicle transports visitors around the island but there is a climb up to the memorial so to fury appreciate the site you need to be fairly fit
As a National Historic Site of Canada it serves as a reminder of the challenges and horrors of a time when typhus, cholera, and small pox killed thousands.
1 Way to experience it
Rue du Tresor Quebec City 25.5 mi away
#27 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
Trendy Alleyway offering original art of many famous landmarks you might have visited around Quebec... Reasonable prices and a quality memento to take home...
Great alley to view and buy original pieces of art with artists right there to answer questions.
Lieu Historique National des Forts-et-Chateaux-Saint-Louis Quebec City 25.3 mi away
#28 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
... stairs beneath the Dufferin terrace to where the old chateau was, a Parks Canada guide greeted us and gave us a personalized 15 minute talk about the history of the governors' chateau and the archaeological site.
Here you will be able to explore the archaeological site of the Saint Louis forts and chateaux and see some of the many historical artefacts that have been discovered here.
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Grosse Ile L'Isle-aux-Grues
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in L'Isle-aux-Grues
This historic site is serviced, animated and maintained by the government of Canada as an historical monument of the Irish coming to Canada after the Irish Potato Famine of 1847.
There is a shuttle that takes visitors to various sites on the island with stops for in-character narratives.
Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site Quebec City 25.8 mi away
#30 of 104 Sights & Landmarks in Quebec City
They loved learning about military life, watching the musket shooting demonstration, and doing the activity of finding things at different points around the site and getting a small reward at the end.
The Artillery Park and National Historic Site museum is worth a visit.
Maison Alphonse-Desjardins Levis
#2 of 21 Sights & Landmarks in Levis