Old Quebec City

Highly recommended
The oldest part of the city is divided into Upper Town, set atop the massive Cape Diamant, and Lower Town, nestled between the rocky cliff and the St. Lawrence. It is best to visit the Old City on foot, in order to absorb the distinct character of the narrow, winding streets.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Former Union Hotel
Former Union Hotel
Facing the Place d'Armes, the large
15 minutes
Fort Museum (Québec)
Fort Museum (Québec)
This museum features a sound and light
60 minutes
Place d'Armes de Québec
Place d'Armes de Québec
Located outside the confines of the Fort
30 minutes
Old Courthouse (Québec)
Old Courthouse (Québec)
Now housing the Ministry of Finance,
30 minutes
Former post office of Upper Town Quebec
Former post office of Upper Town Quebec
This Beaux-Arts edifice was the city's
Maillou House
Maillou House
Located next to Château Frontenac, this
15 minutes
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Former Union Hotel
Former Union Hotel
Facing the Place d'Armes, the large
15 minutes
Place d'Armes de Québec
Place d'Armes de Québec
Located outside the confines of the Fort
30 minutes
Old Courthouse (Québec)
Old Courthouse (Québec)
Now housing the Ministry of Finance,
30 minutes
See all