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Vieux-Québec: A Slice of France in North America

Vieux-Québec, or Old Québec, is quite possibly the most quaint, charming neighborhood in Québec City. It’s rich with history, beautiful architecture, and outdoor bistros. It also has a distinctly France feel. 159 more words

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Quebec City - So Europe. So close.

Quebec City – a city that seemed created for holidays. Everything looks elegant and fabulous. European architecture, countless sculptures and monuments, the house windows decorated with the flowers; the street performers and artists, lots of cafes and restaurants create a sense of festival. 315 more words


Québec: une ville enchanteuse

Quand j’étais à Montréal en mai, j’ai passé une journée inoubliable à Québec (malgré le fait que le temps était couvert!) et il faut absolument voir cette ville magnifique. 356 more words


Île d'Orléans - Off the beaten path in Quebec

It had been a while since we visited our friends Art and Nicole on this beautiful island, about a twenty minute drive from Quebec City.  So when we decided that it was time to re-visit, we picked up the phone re-connected, and before you knew it, we were packing our bags.  520 more words


Old Québec: back to the 17th century


It would be hard to find a more picturesque spot that Old Québec in Québec City. A United Nations World Heritage site, this spot is the only still preserved old walled colonial city north of Mexico. 345 more words

Quebec Oh Quebec!

Surrounded on three sides by the waters of St. Lawrence and St. Charles rivers, Ville de Quebec (Quebec City’s French name) is one of the oldest cities of North America. 42 more words