Quebec City

Sweeping views over the river, a chateau, patisseries, sandstone buildings, colorful rooftops, and leafy squares. 

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Aquarium of Quebec

Beautiful aquarium over the Saint Lawrence River with great outdoor areas and playful animals.

Parc du Bois-de-Coulonge

Gorgeous park in a forest with maple trees galore and views over the water.

Lower Town

The oldest part of Quebec City. An amazing area of galleries, shops, cafes, incredible architecture, flower baskets, cobblestone streets, and the waterfront.

Pierre-Dugua-De-Mons Terrace

Sweeping views of the Saint Lawrence River, Chateau Frontenac, gorgeous rowhouses, and bright green Citadelle walls. A cool breeze and a hill to roll down!

Parliament Building and Gardens

Impressive, stately building atop a hill, with lovely gardens and statues, and a fountain in the middle if the street.

Ile d'Orleans loop road

Beautiful loop drive around the island called Île d'Orléans.

Sanctuaire Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre

One of the nicest churches I've ever seen! In the countryside near Quebec City.

Artillery Park

Stand on the top of the old walls, on geometric stretches of grass and in the adorable castle-like structures of Kent Gate and Saint John Gate!

Citadelle de Quebec

Fantastic citadel to visit. Lots of beauty, and interesting. Well worth a tour!

Chateau Frontenac

The iconic Chateauesque-style hotel that stands high above the Saint Lawrence River. It is the center of Old Quebec.

Rue des Remparts and Montmorency Park

Delightful stone ramparts with cannons, views of the river, breeze, maple leaves galore! Peaceful!

Parc des Gouverneurs

Large square park filled with tall, old trees, looking down on the happy vibes of Dufferin Terrace and the blue river below.

Rue Saint-Louis and side streets

Very crowded street of historic buildings with restaurants and hotels, leading down to Chateau Frontenac.

Dufferin Terrace

The focal point of the city. Views of the Saint Lawrence River and a happy scene of people enjoying life.

City Hall Gardens Splash Pad (Hotel de Ville)

Chateauesque-style City Hall building, and above, terrace and amazing varied splash pad for hours of giggly fun.

Rue Saint-Jean and side streets

Adorable architecture, lots of cafes, and a good bookstore.

Rue Sainte-Anne restaurants

Restaurants with leafy patios.

Promenade Samuel-De Champlain

Wonderful spot along the river, with happy people biking and roller blading by. Observation tower with sweeping views.

Dauphine Redoubt Park

Enchanting little park with leafy trees, stone walls, old French architecture, and a picket fence, where you can have a picnic.

Rue de Courchevel cafes, Levis

Newly built area with modern cafes.

Rue Saint-Jean (west)

Cute street with cafes and markets, with more locals than tourists. Buzzing nightlife.

Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral

Cathedral in the center of the Old Town, across from  Hotel de Ville (City Hall).

Joan of Arc Garden & Plains of Abraham

Sweet little spot to sit, with flower beds and benches.

Avenue Cartier cafes

Cute street with huge decorative lanterns.

Montmorency Falls

Tall waterfall at the mouth of the Montmorency River. You can walk stairs up to a suspension bridge over the falls.

Esplanade Park playground

Space age playground near the old rampart walls.

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