A Few Days in Quebec City

Bonjour! Hello! Yesterday I left Quebec City, the capital of the province of Quebec and the oldest city in North America north of Mexico. A city of approximately 540,000 people it is French-speaking though many speak English also. The Old Town (Vieux Quebec) is very walkable and has a number of points if interest. Definitely many options for tourists. So here is a bit of Quebec:

Starting the day out with a hearty savoury crepe for breakfast at Casse-Cape Breton
Old buildings abound
Just wandered into this building’s courtyard
The streets of Old Quebec

Heading into Petit Champlain, my fav area

Place Royal and the oldest church in Quebec, which is permanently closed
Statue of Samuel de Champlain, the founder of Quebec City
Inside the Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral
Fairmont Chateau Frontenac Hotel & Dufferin Terrasse

Library at the Morrin Centre

Morrin Centre – A museum of the former jail
Part of the old city walls
Pretty tulips
Took a tour of the ruins of Chateaux St-Louis. This is a old kitchen that they found in this condition
Some of the dishes they found
The Funicular connecting Lower Quebec & Upper Quebec
Entry to the Citadel. That’s all I saw as I’m not interested in military history
Horse drawn carriages are a common site

All photos taken and owned by Eeva Valiharju / Wanders The World.

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