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Welcome to the historic heart of Quebec City.

Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-visit destination that captivates visitors from all walks of life with its irresistible blend of history, architecture, and culture.

To immerse yourself in the authentic atmosphere of this fortified city, start your adventure by strolling along the ramparts, offering breathtaking views of the majestic Saint Lawrence River. Explore the picturesque alleys of the Quartier Petit Champlain, where local artisan shops, cozy cafes, and restaurants await you at every corner. Many even offer panoramic views of the city, promising you magnificent moments around a good meal.

Next, lose yourself in the streets of the Latin Quarter, imbued with a bohemian atmosphere, and discover its numerous art galleries, independent bookstores, and street artists that add a vibrant touch to this part of the city.

For a dive into the fascinating history of Quebec, explore Place Royale, the cradle of New France, where the Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Basilica bears witness to the religious fervor of the colonial era, and the many museums surrounding it, such as the Museum of Civilization.

In winter, Old Quebec is covered in snow, making it even more magical in December, with its numerous decorations and sparkling lights, or in February, with the Quebec Winter Carnival, the largest winter carnival in the world.

Old Quebec is not limited to history; it also offers a rich and diverse culinary scene. Taste the delights of Quebec cuisine in charming bistros and discover local flavors, including poutine, maple syrup, artisanal cheeses, and the many local products available to you.

Whether you’re a history enthusiast, culture lover, or simply seeking a picturesque getaway, Old Quebec offers an immersive experience that captivates all the senses. So, prepare to be enchanted by the magic of this historical gem and to create unforgettable memories in the streets imbued with the soul of Quebec.