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If You’ve Not Been To Beautiful Quebec City, You Have Not Visited Canada

 

Quebec City – Canada

Québec City is the capital of the province of Quebec in Canada. In 2015 the city had a Quebec-Citypopulation of 540,994, and the metropolitan area had a population of 806,400, making it the second most populous city in Quebec after Montreal. The city remains a major centre of French culture and the seat of the only francophone government in North America.

Tourists and residents are attracted by a number of popular events: the Québec Winter Carnival which has been held every February since 1954; the Québec City International Summer Festival each July, and a number of major anniversaries, including the 300th anniversary of the founding of Québec City in 1908.

Increasingly, summer events such as these give people an opportunity to enjoy many international-calibre musical performances on the Plains of Abraham.

Visitors to Old Québec soon see why UNESCO designated it a world heritage treasure! You’ll love Château Frontenac (the world’s most photographed hotel), the centuries-old architecture, and the historic sites. You’ll find horse-drawn carriages, street entertainers, singers, and artists, particularly at Old Québec’s own open-air art gallery, Rue du Trésor.

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The St. Lawrence River—a massive presence cutting clean across the Québec area—cannot be overlooked. Spanning the St. Lawrence River at a slight narrows, the massive iron frame of the Pont de Québec became familiar to the world even before its completion. A public market, park, bike path and shows also bring the Vieux Port to life and help make this river-washed place truly idyllic.

St. Lawrence River

View from Dufferin Terrace on St. Lawrence River

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Montmorency Falls parks marks the natural phenomenon which is definitely not to be missed! At 83 m high (30 m higher than Niagara Falls) Montmorency Falls can be seen from all the way across the St. Lawrence River in Lévis! But the best views are from Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, where you can feel the full force—and spray—of the falls for yourself.

Montmorency Falls

Montmorency-Falls

Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine – North America’s oldest pilgrimage site, attracts some one million visitors a year. Marvel at the fabulous neo-Roman style basilica with its golden statue of Saint Anne. Admire the hundreds of stained glass windows, the nave, and the valuable works of art. Come recharge your batteries at this beautiful place of worship in the splendid countryside of the Côte-de-Beaupré region.

Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine

Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine Interior

Year round, you can experience the exhilarating benefits of heat and cold at one of our nordic spas, relax in a Finnish sauna, clear your airways with a steam bath, or enjoy a body wrap or massage. Downtown spas also offer a full range of products and treatments. Go ahead, treat yourself!

Nordic Spa Nature

Nordic Spas

Nordik Spa Nature Sauna

Soak up the European atmosphere as you explore the shopping streets and neighbourhoods or stretch your legs at one of the great shopping malls – over 1000 boutiques for a shopping experience like no other.

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Petit-Champlain Quebec City

Shopping street of Rue du Petit-Champlain in Quebec City's Old Town

 

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