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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Quebec City

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Historical Places in Quebec City

World heritage site · Historic Walking Area
Old Quebec , Quebec City
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Get a feel for the complex history and culture of French Canada at Old Quebec. Often referred to as the Latin Quarter, the World Heritage Sit
Tours from $24
Place Royale , Quebec City
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See the cradle of French civilization in North America at Place Royale, a historic square around which Quebec was established in 1608. Visit
Tours from $18
Terrasse Dufferin , Quebec City
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A stroll along the wide boardwalk of Terrasse Dufferin brings to light the area's colonial cannons, the grand architecture of Chateaux Fornte
Tours from $6
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Duration: 2 hours
Experience the period charm of Old Quebec on a two-hour guided walking tour of this historic city's many highlights. This leisurely paced, downhill walking tour is ideal for all visitors to Quebec City; families, individual travelers and small groups.Please take note the meeting point is inside the tourist information center at our sales desk. Check-in is required 10-15 minutes prior departure of the tour.
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Religious Site
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Admire Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral, a National Historic Site and the seat of the oldest Catholic archdiocese north of Florida. Tw
Tours from $6
Plains of Abraham , Quebec City
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Visit Plains of Abraham, a historic area where the Battle for the Plains of Abraham took place in 1759. British forces invaded Quebec and def
Tours from $6

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Where to stay in Quebec City

Most accommodations cluster on the west side of the St. Lawrence River, with the city's split-level old town offering the widest range of options and best access to top attractions. Stay in the upper town to be close to the castle and enjoy views over the river. What the lower town lacks in panoramas, it makes up for in historic charm and access to riverside cafes and restaurants. If you want a less-touristy experience, consider the up-and-coming neighborhood of St. Roch, whose cafes, bars, restaurants, and artistic spaces make it an alternative traveler's paradise.
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