This UNESCO World Heritage treasure will make you wonder if you are truly still in North America. Old Québec is appropriately dubbed the birthplace of French North America.
Once you see its European charms, you will not doubt this claim even for one second.
We recommend putting on your most comfortable pair of shoes because this is a city made for walking and sight-seeing!
Old Québec serves as the cultural and historic heart of Québec City. With more than four hundred years of rich history, a trip to the area should never go missing in any itinerary.
Once you find yourself in this part of town, make sure to hit up the following sites:
Parliament Hill and Plains of Abraham
With the Parliament Building dominating the landscape, Parliament Hill is an area that simply oozes elegance and style. It also gives visitors a chance to visit Grand Allée. Do not forget to pay a visit to the Tourny Fountain, Plains of Abraham, and Martello Towers when you drop by.
This district invites you to head back to the past since it exudes history. It will be hard not to feel like you are in the middle of a fairytale once you arrive at Petit-Champlain street.
Visitors always fall in love with Place Royale, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church, and Funicular as well.
The Old Port is the place for you if you seek gorgeous views and laid-back charm. Place des Canotiers and Place des Canotiers are worth a visit as well.