Quebec City

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Downtown Quebec City
6 reviews
Sitting like a five-pointed star among The Plains of Abraham and just above Terrasse Dufferin, La Citadelle de Québec is a still-active military base. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown Quebec City
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Excavation alongside the Château Frontenac took place from 2005 to 2009 as part of a project to perform maintenance work on the promenade. — Frommer's
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Downtown Quebec City
8 reviews
Located right on the historic Plaines d’Abraham, the stately Musée National des Beaux-Arts fascinates visitors both with its art as well as with its setting — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown Quebec City
6 reviews
This museum boutique is set in a historic vault dating back to 1751. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
This picturesque square, surrounded by restored 17th- and 18th-century buildings, is one of the oldest inhabited areas on the continent. — Concierge
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Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
These 250 acres of gently rolling slopes have unparalleled views of the St. — Fodor's
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Downtown Quebec City
6 reviews
Rising from a bustling plaza in the center of Upper Town, this impressive cathedral belongs to the oldest parish in North America. — Travel + Leisure
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Chutes-Montmorency
5 reviews
If you are in the mood for an adventure, I suggest climbing up the steps for some great views. There is also a cable car that takes you to the top of the waterfall. — Afar Magazine
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Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
A 400-square foot model of historic Quebec is the playing field for a state of the art light and sound show.   — Atlas Obscura
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Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
The site features an overview of the city's history with 3-D imagery, audiovisual displays... and a time-travel theme with a 1960s twist. — Fodor's
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Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
The priests from the Québec Seminary were avid travelers and collectors and there are some magnificent displays of the scientific objects. — Lonely Planet
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Downtown Quebec City
3 reviews
If there was a place you could experience Europe without the hassle of traveling overseas, Old Quebec City would be your answer. — Afar Magazine
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Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
The former residence of Madame de la Peltrie, the laywoman who helped found the convent, is now a museum providing an informative perspective on the Ursuline nuns. — Fodor's
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Downtown Quebec City
3 reviews
This 16-storey Art Deco edifice was built in 1930 to accommodate the head office of Price Brothers, famed for introducing the pulp and paper industry to the Saguenay region — Michelin Guide
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Established on a site overlooking the St. Lawrence River, the Aquarium of Quebec houses more than 10,000 fish, invertebrates, amphibians and sea mammals. — Michelin Guide
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Downtown Quebec City
3 reviews
Maison Chevalier is in fact three 18C adjoining abodes: maison Chesnay, maison Frérot and maison Chevalier itself. — Michelin Guide
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Downtown Quebec City
3 reviews
Visitors looking to enjoy the city’s fresh air will find a bicycle lane, separated from a pedestrian path; a soccer field, a children’s playground, and many recreation areas. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown Quebec City
3 reviews
The old iron foundry houses a magnificent scale model of Québec City built in 1808, allowing visitors to get a sense of the city as it looked then, as well as its geography and history. — Fodor's
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Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
Overlooking historic Place Royale, where Quebec City was founded in 1608, this 300-year-old church has had a tumultuous history. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
King George III provided the funding and sent English oak from the royal forests of Windsor for the pews. In summer, the courtyard is a gathering place for artists. — Michelin Guide
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