Very French-style place. It's beautiful to take pictures in good weather, that is, the maple leaves are not very red when the National Day comes. The old town is not too big, half a day is enough to go shopping, there are many cafes and small restaurants.
The gates and walls of Quebec are currently the only complete city wall system in the Americas. The building is the famous parliament building of Quebec, a typical British architecture. Behind the Houses of Parliament is the British barracks. The last is the Chateau Fontina Hotel in Quebec, built by the Pacific Railway Company. Currently managed by Fairmont Hotel Group.
The old city of Quebec is full of castles, like a fairy tale world. Even the train station is a castle, museums and government buildings are castles. It is the right place to come here to find a sense of fairy tales.
Quebec City, the capital of the province of Quebec, is the seventh largest city in Canada and an important city and port in eastern Canada. It is located at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and the St. Charles River. It has a polar and sub-polar climate. Quebec City has a population of 680,000. Quebec City is the capital of New France established by Sampland in 1608. It is also a fortress and an important port.
Visited the old Quebec town, because the old town is not big, the houses and streets are particularly compact, there is enough time to wander through each street, so be sure to slow down and take in the old town. Unfortunately only 15 photos can be taken.
Preston_Dominguez: Old Quebec， Quebec City
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Old Quebec,Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac,Quartier Petit Champlain,Place Royale,Lower Town