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Reviewed July 20, 2019 via mobile

Old Quebec is truly unique. We spent the day walking and looking at all the things they had. There’s a lot of shops and artisans. Pretty much every restaurant or bar was full when we went so it was hard to find a nice spot to take a break. Many people seemed to be doing the bus tour which looked really great. I believe it was just under $30 Canadian per adult to sit on the double decker bus for an hour guided tour. We also went to chateau Frontenac ans went underground with parcs Canada. If you have a discovery pass it covers the $3.90 per adult they charge. The only thing challenging about this for us was that we found locating a washroom was not so easy. In this case we found being able to speak French very important as they would direct us a block or two away to use the washroom. I recommended looking up exactly what things you want to see here and plan ahead of time or take a guided tour. We winged it and realized it’s better planes or with a tour. There is certainly a lot to see though. We got to see some circus acts at the castle while we were there. It was quite enjoyable.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 20, 2019

A taste of Europe in Canada. Small, narrow streets of brick with small shops and restaurants. Boardwalk near Chateau Frontenac with views of the river. Walk down or take funicular to lower city. Long walk uphill. Lots of small hotels close by. Everyone spoke English and were friendly.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 20, 2019

The place is full of history you can do it in a couple of hours and the people are very welcoming! I learned alot about Quebec...so many good people!

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 20, 2019 via mobile

A must to visit, one of the nicest places where history is kept. Visit the lower area as well, look how colonialism haze put a marking in this country, not necessarily negative. Admire the masonry

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 19, 2019 via mobile

Wow - wow - wow!!

You MUST come here when visiting Quebec.

By far the best part of Quebec.

The alleyways & lanes are filled with so much colour, wonder & excitement.

Every bend reveals more hidden gems to explore as you make your way round this amazing part of Quebec.

Here you will find lots of restaurants/cafes, art shops & much much more.

You really get lovely appreciation for the old city when strolling amongst these graceful old buildings.

Enjoy - we did

Date of experience: July 2019
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