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.
The lower city of Quebec is mainly still some old streets. These streets can only be said to have decades of history. They are relative to the modern commercial center of skyscrapers, but I think they are quite interesting.
The Xiacheng District is mainly developed around the Quebec Castle. This circle is filled with some very old houses. These houses are now basically opened into various small shops, which can reflect some history.
The largest landscape in Xiacheng is the castle, which is also the most important tourist resource in Quebec. In addition, the biggest experience in Xiacheng is some traditional business models. It also feels very fun.
Apart from the castle, Xiacheng is mainly a shopping area. It is very lively during the day, and at night it feels as if people are gone, very peaceful, just like a small town in the suburbs.
Beautiful place to wander around as it's full of history just oozes from every cobblestone. Be sure to have your camera with you.
It was really nice to walk through the streets and take in all the history mixed with the nice smell from the different patios. When you get tired of walking you can easily find a few nice spots to si...
It was ok. Again scarce with people likely due to covid but stores seemed quite uninteresting. Needs more punch or a live piano of something
Great to discover to walk around without a map or mobile phones...just nice to get lost a little and discover,its more fun and exciting than following google map like the majority.
Beautiful place to walk around and photograph. Cobbled streets means one should not wear stiletto heels last they want to break a leg.