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Destination(s): Quebec City

Canyon Sainte-Anne

Canyon Sainte-Anne

  • Route 138 East
  • C.P. 2087, 206
  • tel:+1 418 827 4057
  • Visit website
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, G0A 1E0
Place d'Youville

Place d'Youville

  • Saint Jean and d'Youville streets
  • tel:+1 418 641 6654(Tourist Information)
  • Visit website
  • Quebec City, G1R 3P1

Place d'Youville, located right at St. John's Gate, is the heart of Quebec City. This square buzzes with concerts in the summer, open-air markets on weekends, intentional and unintentional street performers, and an ice skating rink in the winter. Place d'Youville is also Quebec City's transportation hub, where you can transfer to almost any bus to any destination in the City with every major artery leading here. And if home is where the heart is, then this is where all of Quebec feels right at home! read more about Place d'Youville

Montmorency Falls Park

Montmorency Falls Park

  • 2490 Royale Avenue
  • (Near Larue)
  • tel:+1 418 663 3330
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  • Quebec City, G1C 1S1
Choco-Musée Érico

Choco-Musée Érico

  • 634 Rue Saint-Jean
  • tel:+1 418 524 2122
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  • Quebec City, G1R 1P8
Grande-Allée (La)

Grande-Allée (La)

  • Grande-Allee Street
  • tel:+1 418 641 6290(Tourist Information)
  • Quebec City, G1R 2K4

The Grande-Allée runs parallel to the Plains of Abraham and is lined with the best that Quebec City has to offer. Nicknamed the "Champs Élysées" of Quebec City, you can rub elbows with politicians grabbing lunch from the nearby Parliament building or the numerous tourists strolling about. Depending on what you want, there is no wrong time to visit Grande-Allée. Days are filled with people bustling or strolling up and down the street, and the nights are filled with exuberant party goers. There is something for everyone. read more about Grande-Allée (La)

Rue du Trésor

Rue du Trésor

  • Rue du Trésor
  • tel:+1 418 641 6654(Tourist Information)
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  • Quebec City, G1R 4L8

Rue de Trésor was once used as an access way to the Royal Treasury, and is now where local artists set up and sell their work. What separates the Rue de Trésor from other artists peddling their wares in the streets is the seriousness and organization behind this open-air street gallery. The best time to visit is during the summer months when artists are out in full force. read more about Rue du Trésor

Violons du Roy (Les)

Violons du Roy (Les)

  • 995 Place d'Youville
  • (Near St-Jean)
  • tel:+1 418 692 3026
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  • Quebec City, G1R 3P1
Joan of Arc Garden

Joan of Arc Garden

  • 835 Wilfrid-Laurier Avenue
  • tel:+1 418 648 4071
  • Quebec City, G1K 7R3
Escalier Casse-Cou

Escalier Casse-Cou

  • Rue Dalhousie
  • tel:+1 418 641 6290(Tourist Information)
  • Quebec City, G1K 4E3

While the Escalier Casse-Cou or the breakneck stairs has been around since the 17th century, there has never been a known incident of anyone actually breaking their neck on these stairs. However Escalier Casse-Cou got its name, it attracts as many visitors for the same reason that Lombard Street, the most crooked street in America, attracts so many people: curiosity. The best time to visit is in the morning when there are fewer people "breaking their necks" trying to go up the stairs. Taking the Quebec Funicular to get to and from between the Château Frontenac and the Quartier Petit Champlain is strongly recommended for anyone suffering from vertigo. read more about Escalier Casse-Cou

Dufferin Terrace

Dufferin Terrace

  • Rue de la Terrasse Dufferin
  • tel:+1 418 641 6654(Tourist Information)
  • Quebec City, G1R 4P5
Quebec & Charlevoix Tour

Quebec & Charlevoix Tour

  • Classic Journeys
  • tel:+1 800 200 3887
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  • Quebec City, G1R 1M5