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Attractions in Communaute-Urbaine-de-Quebec



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Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral

Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-CathedralNearby City

4.6/541 Reviews
"Quebec ☔️ One day trip to the old town~ The main church of the Sanctuary of Our Lady is under repair. You can enter from the side door to visit. I encountered a wedding and saw a beautiful bride. Very few relatives and friends attended. We were very gossiping and guessed the reason for a long time [smile] It is the oldest church in this parish in North America and the first church in North America to be upgraded to the Pontifical Temple (1874). It is currently listed as a World Heritage Site. The cathedral has a neoclassical facade, decorated with rich artworks: stained glass, paintings and altar lamps (a gift from Louis XIV)."
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."
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."
Notre-Dame Basilica

Notre-Dame BasilicaNearby City

4.7/5343 Reviews
Open on Mon-Fri,8:00am-4:30pm;Open on Sat,8:00am-4:00pm;Open on Sun,12:30am-4:00pm (Local time)
"there are times when you cant go in the Cathedral, so make sure to check the free time to go in! its a must see in Montreal."
Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal(L'Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal)

Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal(L'Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal)Nearby City

4.5/5153 Reviews
Open on Mon-Fri,8:00am-5:00pm;Open on Sat,7:30am-8:30pm;Open on Sun,7:00am-8:30pm (Local time)
Special K
"Beautiful inside and out. A must see! Warning - lots of stairs!"
Cathedrale Marie Reine du Mnde

Cathedrale Marie Reine du MndeNearby City

4.6/529 Reviews
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Open from 7:00am-7:00pm (Local time)
"The Cathedral of Notre Dame is the residence of the bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Montreal. It is larger than Notre Dame in Montreal and is the third cathedral in the entire Quebec region. When it was built, it was modeled after St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, but in the end it felt a little impractical, so the scale was reduced. Montreal is a world-famous city of spires. In the early years, French immigrants believed in Roman Catholicism. There are countless large and small churches in the city, even more than Rome in number. After Mark Twain visited Montreal that year, he said that this is a city that can smash a church window glass by just throwing a stone. British Canadians mainly believe in Protestantism and belong to the Anglican church. British and French are incompatible, and different religious beliefs are one of the main factors."
Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel

Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours ChapelNearby City

4.4/523 Reviews
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Open from 10:00am-5:30pm (Local time)
Miss chun
"North American Churches (3) | Small Sailors Church⛪️Boss Ancient Madonna Church————————◤Name◢ Boss Ancient Madonna Church Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours◤Coordinates◢Orange Line to Champ-de -Mars station, only 700 meters away from Notre Dame Cathedral⏱◤Business hours◢08:00-16:30◤Price◢Free◤Best time to play◢Summer and Autumn seasons◤Recommendation reasons◢Sailor Church, niche church◤Transportation◢ Orange Line to Champ-de-Mars Station ◤Boss Ancient Notre-Dame Church◢⛪️Boss Ancient Notre-Dame Church was initiated by Sister Margaret in 1678. It is the oldest stone church in Montreal and is also known as the "Sailor Church" ". There is a statue of the Virgin Mary on the tower, facing the Saint Lawrence River with open arms, silently sheltering Montreal in the maritime age, praying for sailors to sail safely, this church has become a pillar of faith for sailors working at sea. On the dome of the church, there are still small boat models sent by grateful survivors. For more than 300 years, it has become one of Montreal's most memorable churches, and there are often singing activities in the church. ◤Tour route◢Chinatown-Mount Royal Highland-Residence No. 67-Notre Dame Cathedral-Boss Ancient Notre Dame Church ◤ Tour experience ◢ The church door is hidden in an alley next to the harbour, and the top of the tower is green bronze. There is a statue of the Virgin Mary on the top of the tower, facing the Saint Lawrence River with open arms, silently sheltering Montreal in the maritime age, praying for sailors to sail safely, so it is also called the Sailor Church. Although the appearance of this church is unremarkable and much smaller than the Notre Dame Cathedral, it is different from the magnificent and magnificent Cathedral of Notre Dame after stepping into the church. The interior of the church is only painted with frescoes of the Virgin Mary on the top. That kind of gentle power instantly makes you feel the power of inner peace. Many bronze ship models hung from the ceiling, also foreshadowing the prayer for the protection of the Virgin Mary. ◤Notes◢‼ ️Contrary to China, during Canadian public holidays (National Day, Christmas, New Year's Day, etc.), basically all shops, restaurants and entertainment venues are closed for rest. It is best for tourists to avoid visiting Toronto during the holidays. ‼ ️In Canada, from eating, taking a taxi, to receiving various services (hairdressing, beauty, luggage handling, etc.), you need to tip. The rule of thumb is to pay 15[%] of the pre-tax price. ‼ ️In the train station, long-distance bus station, hotels and main attractions, there will basically be information points where you can get free maps and tourist guides. In addition, visitors can also request different coupons to help save money."
St. Patrick's Basilica

St. Patrick's BasilicaNearby City

4.8/55 Reviews
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"St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Montreal St. Patrick’s Cathedral was built by English-speaking Irish immigrants in the 19th century and was listed as a cultural heritage of Montreal 100 years later. Irish immigrants are Catholics like French immigrants, but they also speak English like British immigrants. This can be said to have both sides in Montreal."
Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church CathedralNearby City

4.3/53 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 93 reviews
Open on Sun,7:30am-6:00pm;Open on Mon,Wed-Fri,8:00am-6:00pm;Open on Tue,8:00am-7:00pm;Open on Sat,10:00am-6:00pm (Local time)
"The churches in Toronto can be called dotted. You can see one every ten minutes when you walk on the street, and the architectural styles are all different, but there is one thing to say. In terms of magnificence, they cannot be compared with the Notre Dame Cathedral in Montreal."
Mont (Mount) Royal Cemetery

Mont (Mount) Royal CemeteryNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 104 reviews
Open on Mon-Fri,8:00am-8:00pm;Open on Sat-Sun,9:00am-8:00pm (Local time)
"Mount Royal Park is the highest point in Montreal. Standing on the observatory, you can overlook the city of Montreal. The view is very good and the famous attractions are unobstructed. After I saw the Olympic Park on the top of the mountain, I didn’t go there anymore." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.