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Old Québec
Old Quebec is a city within walls. The area boasts many restaurants, outdoor cafés, bars, and souvenir boutiques. Craftmans, artisans and caricaturists can be found at almost every street corner.

Dufferin Terrace
On the high Promenade des Gouverneurs above the St-Lawrence river, is one of the most popular areas for both visitors and public entertainers. Every summer the Dufferin boardwalk becomes the heart of the social and cultural life of the city by welcoming performing artists, arriving from all over the world.

The Citadel
For information: (418) 643-7239 Visti their website
Quebec's Citadel is the most impressive fortification built in Canada under British rule and one of the most popular attractions in the city. Situated atop Cap-aux-Diamants, this historic site is a unique way to acquaint oneself with the military history of Quebec City. Designed according to a defense system developed by a French military engineer, the Citadel is in the shape of a four-pointed polygon.

Plains of Abraham
The greatest park in the city has a lot to offer: museums, tours, history, rollerblading, running, gardens and much more.

Parliament Buildings
For information: (418) 643-7239. Visit their website
The Hôtel du Parlement was designed by the architect Eugene-Étienne Taché and built between 1877 and 1886 on the first national historic site of Quebec. You are invited to visit the Hôtel du Parlement accompanied by experienced and professional guides.

Parc-de-l'Artillerie
For information: (418) 648-4205
Located close to the Saint-Jean gate, in the heart of Old-Quebec, the Parc-de-l'Artillerie testifies more than 250 years of history. Since the XVII century, the park has been the place devoted to the defense of the town of Quebec.

Quartier Petit-Champlain
Welcome to the oldest commercial district in North America. Stroll through the historical streets and browse the numerous shops. You will find the perfect gift in many art galleries and exclusive boutiques or you can just relax and unwind in a romantic European atmosphere. Uniquely authentic.

Place Royale (Lower Town)
Cradle of French America, the historic site of Place-Royal accommodates each year thousands of visitors. Its picturesque streets have witnessed three centuries of history. Discover Musée de la Civilisation, art galleries, antique shops, fur shops, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church, one of the oldest in America, and much more.

Trendy Nouvo St. Roch
Visit a district like no other, favored by tourists and locals alike. From the avant-garde shops, to hip and trendy restaurants and nightlife, this unique area reflects the many styles of its visitors. Located within a short taxi ride or 25 minute walk, move to a different way of shopping. A Double Decker can bring you to the trendy Nouvo St. Roch every day in Summer from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ($). More information on the Double Decker, click here.

Quebec Aquarium/Aquarium du Québec
For information: 1 (866) 659-5264 Visit their website
Come discover a spectacular and captivating world with a visit to the new Parc Aquarium du Québec. Some 3 500 fish specimens are waiting for you.

Disney on ice - Passport to adventure
For information, visit their website.
At Centre Vidéotron, celebrate the most memorable Disney tales with all your favorite characters in Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure. Join Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy and Daisy on a journey to the timeless worlds of Disney’s The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and Disney’s Frozen

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