Things to do in Quebec City

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  • 1


    25 reviews

    If you live or have been to Europe, you will think you are there again, but it's a two hundred year-old city! That's the magic thing.

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  • 2

    Montmorency Falls

    15 reviews

    Beautiful natural wonder!! Be prepared, you have to climb (and I counted) about 475 stairs!!! Well, depending what fork you end up choosing and this would be the one going away from the falls. Well worth the hike up/down the stairs. Stop by the bottom to get sprayed by the falls - even if you're there for just a minute, ...

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  • 3

    Quartier Petit Champlain

    12 reviews

    Beautiful church. A friend got married there. The area is immaculate. It is a wonderful place to see.

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  • 4

    Historic District of Old Québec

    10 reviews

    Charming, quaint, and simply European are the words I'd choose to describe this area of Quebec. I felt transported back to France at least for a little while.

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  • 5

    Place d'Youville

    8 reviews

    A nice place with nice girl !!!

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  • 6

    Promenade Samuel de Champlain and Statue

    4 reviews

    great place 2 be i was there 15 years ago it was wonderful :)

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  • 7

    Hôtel De Glace

    4 reviews

    Great way to spend a sunny winter afternoon... Dress warm! Even though the ice hotel is shelter from the wind it still is quite cold. The bar is somewhat expensive but quite entertaining. During the day the rooms are open for people to wander around. The whole hotel can be seen in approx 1 hour, but to see the full ...

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  • 8

    Joan of Arc Garden

    4 reviews

    Nice garden on the Plains of Abraham, but small. Visit around Halloween for a special exhibition about some of Quebec's legends.

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  • 9

    Observatoire de la Capitale

    3 reviews

    The Capital Observatory is located on the top floors of Marie-Guyart Building, the observation floor is the highest point of Quebec City at 221 meters tall offering a complete panoramic view of the entire Quebec City. The Capital Observatory floor is quite large and not crowded even though it's a popular tourist spot, there are information about each landmark on ...

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    Québecois Fresco

    3 reviews

    What an incredible and unique sight. Near the Place Royale, the Québecois Fresco is the first of a series of wall arts completed in Quebec City as a reminder of the past. The site is located at the ruins of several houses which was first burnt down in the 15th century, rebuilt, bombed and demolished a few times more in ...

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  • 12

    Parliament Building

    2 reviews

    Majestic building. Haven't gone inside but I'm sure it's as beautiful as the outside.

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  • 13

    Parc de la Cetière

    2 reviews

    great place 2 go :)

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  • 14

    Museum of Civilization

    2 reviews

    Good permanent collection, and exceptional temporary exhibits about Canada and the world.

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  • 15

    Notre-Dame de Québec Cathedral

    2 reviews

    This gold encrusted, ornate cathedral was the first in America and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Located in the Old City of Quebec, it is gorgeous inside but very unassuming on the outside. Smaller than many European cathedrals, but still grand and awe inspiring. Must see while walking around the old quarters.

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  • 16

    Museum of French America

    2 reviews

    A very nice museum to get aquainted with the culture and history of Quebec. By the way, wrong picture.

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    2 reviews
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  • 18

    Martello Tower

    2 reviews

    The Martello towers were defensive fortifications used by the British Empire right after the Napoleonic Wars. The towers became obsolete after the invention of rifled artillery in the mid 19th century. Quebec had four Martellos, and this particular Martello was Martello #1.

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  • 19

    Quebec Citadel

    3 reviews

    The historical content of the tour is interesting and everybody wants their picture taken with the guards, but otherwise, there isn't that much to see.

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  • 20

    Dufferin Terrace

    3 reviews

    The views are nice, but when I went it was packed! It's a popular with families as the kids really seems to enjoy playing on and around the cannons.

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