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Parliament Buildings

Parliament Buildings

Just outside the old city walls stands the imposing 19th-century Parliament Building, inspired by the Louvre in Paris and designed by the architect, Eugene Etienne Tach?İ. Although it is the...

Place Royale

Place Royale

The site of the historical Place-Royale complex was used in ancient times by the First Nations for trading, until the leader of the first Quebec French settlement, Samuel de Champlain, constructed...

Funicular

Funicular

A panoramic bird's eye view of historic Qu?İbec City can be had from the cabin of the Funicular that travels at an angle of 45Â? from Louis Jolliet House in the heart of the old city to...

Fortifications

Fortifications

Guided walking tours of the three-mile (5km) long city wall that surrounds the old city of Qu?İbec trace the evolution of the city's defence system across three centuries. The walls are set...

Old Port of Montreal

Old Port of Montreal

Montreal's Old Port (Vieux Port de Montreal) is actually fairly new, having had a major face-lift to make it the most popular site for visitors to the city, drawing five million of them each year...

Mus?İe de la Civilisation

Mus?İe de la Civilisation

Billed as 'the museum of human adventure' this very popular contemporary institution in the heart of the Qu?İbec historic district is characterised by its innovative and daring outlook. Using...

Battlefields Park (Plains of Abraham)

Battlefields Park (Plains of Abraham)

Once the setting for bloody battles between the British and French, the Plains of Abraham today serves as Quebec City's 'green lung', a playground and peaceful arboreal retreat, and venue for...

Montmorency Falls Park

Montmorency Falls Park

Just to the east of Qu?İbec City lies the spectacular Montmorency Falls, plunging 272 feet (83m), one and a half times higher than Niagara Falls. Besides a beautiful setting, the park also...

L'??le d'Orl?İans

L'??le d'Orl?İans

The little island in the St Lawrence River, just 15 minutes from downtown Qu?İbec City, is an historical treasure trove containing 600 heritage buildings. Algonquin natives called the...

Lower Town (Basse-Ville)

Lower Town (Basse-Ville)

Quebec City's Lower Town (Basse-Ville) is the charming 'old quarter' of the city, full of narrow, winding streets, historical stone buildings, and an overwhelming array of trendy caf?İs, bars, and...

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