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Attractions in Communaute-Urbaine-de-Quebec



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Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac

Fairmont Le Chateau FrontenacNearby City

4.8/588 Reviews
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Observation Deck
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The Fontinac Hotel is the landmark of Quebec City, and the tourist center. The landmark of a city is actually a hotel. It is really amazing. I was fortunate to check in this world-famous castle. It is really a fairy tale. Experience."
Quartier Petit Champlain

Quartier Petit ChamplainNearby City

4.6/567 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
"When I heard the name Rue Champlain for the first time, my first reaction was that there is Rue Champlain in Paris. This is a mini copycat version, but later I found that it is unique and the scenery is really charming"
Lower Town

Lower TownNearby City

4.5/537 Reviews
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Featured Neighborhood
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The lower part of Quebec City has a little Parisian style. Walking here seems to be walking on the miniature Champs Elysées. The locals who come and go all speak French, which still feels very exotic."
Place Royale

Place RoyaleNearby City

4.5/528 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Place Royale is located near the Chateau Frontenac Hotel. The old city of Quebec City is a romantic city with many castles. It is often compared with Paris. The residents here basically speak French, and they are indeed very French."
Hôtel du Parlement du Quebec

Hôtel du Parlement du QuebecNearby City

4.3/533 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
"The Quebec Parliament Building is an attraction that I accidentally checked in while wandering in the old town of Quebec City. I can see at a glance that this building is not simple, and has a bit of the Ottawa Parliament Building style. Going back and checking it is indeed a gay."
Notre Dame des Victoires

Notre Dame des VictoiresNearby City

4.5/519 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
"Near the Little Champlain Street, there is a large mural next to it. There is a large crystal ball in the square at the entrance. The lights should be beautiful at night. This church was named to commemorate the victory of the French army in two wars against the British and American troops. It is the oldest stone church in North America. Small and cute from the outside. The church founded in 1688 was destroyed in the Anglo-French War in 1759, and the current church was restored in 1929. The internal space is small, and the hall is simple and simple."
Rue Saint-Ann

Rue Saint-AnnNearby City

4.6/513 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Tresol Art Street is really great. There are many creative shops listed here. Many shops have very beautiful ice sculptures at the entrance. Walking here gives you the feeling of walking in a small town in Paris."
Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré

Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-BeaupréNearby City

4.3/531 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Open on Mon-Sat,10:00am-5:00pm;Open on Sun,9:00am-5:30pm (Local time)
"St. Anne’s Basilica (sainte-anne-de-beaupre’ basilica) is located on the outskirts of Quebec City. The design of the church is as exquisite as a jewel, with exquisite Gothic stained glass. The statue of Saint Anne on the top of the church is made of pure gold and is extremely precious. The church is famous for curing the disabled. Our experience of visiting the church is also amazing. It has been raining heavily on the way we went. When we reached the church and parked on the side of the road, the rain stopped completely, and when we came out after visiting the church, the sun was shining. A rainbow appeared over the church, and everyone said that we were lucky, and Saint Anne appeared."
Gare du Palais

Gare du PalaisNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
"The train station in Quebec City is like a miniature castle. The entire Quebec City is full of castles. Everything looks like a castle. The interior of the station is magnificent, just like a castle in a fairy tale."
Sainte Anne

Sainte AnneNearby City

4.7/56 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
"St. Anne’s Street is the street from the square in the center of Quebec’s ancient city to the City Gate Foreign Conference Building. The street is quite long, the street is not wide, there are many hotels and restaurants on both sides, and there are not horse-drawn carriages passing by tourists." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.