Quebec City is one of my favorite cities in the world! I always love roaming out there. I’ve been visited more than 20times but still every time I go, I feel the same old. It’s that evergreen feeling caught up in nostalgic European dreams. I love how vibrant the city is and how lifeful people are. Café’s every corner, grabbing croissants while throwing my messy hairs on open-air, is just an absolute moment In Quebec City. I highly suggest you visit even if once in your life. It will definitely make a place on your heart when you’ll be standing under those colorful umbrella streets and watching huge ships go by the water from Dufferin’s terrace.
Here’re the places are must-see visit locations in Quebec City:
Old Québec is well explored when visited on foot. Park your car in a parking lot for a day, and then keep walking! All those incredible architectures and historical sculptures are mesmerizing. This city is magical and wonderful in all seasons to explore.
The most photographed hotel in the world! It’s worth to pay a visit!
Where I mostly spend my time admiring the river & city views from the terrace. I love watching people and life for hours and hours, ferries going on by one and that never made me tired.
My favorite street so far in the world! This street always gets me excited with its all enchanting little shops and restaurants every corners. I LOVE LOVE this street during Christmas time, when they all decorated it with lights. It gives me a feel to walk in fairy-tale at night.
Plains of Abraham
It’s a pretty big urban park, for relaxing and have a small picnic.
Its 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls and and highly recommend to visit this place. It has 3 different entrances as of now. From every angle, its total worth to visit.
Citadelle de Québec and Basilica Cathedral Notre-Dame de Québec
This place is filled up with long histories. A great place for history lovers.
Jacques-Cartier National Park
One of my favorite national parks in Quebec! During autumn, it’s just magical! I got my first goosebumps there after seeing the burning red and orange colors on mountains for the first time like that. Fall comes really fast on this park, if you want to visit during fall, I highly suggest keeping an eye on the fall foliage map of Quebec for national parks!
There’s also Île d’Orléans, a beautiful area and Aquarium du Quebec if you’ve kids take them there!
Also Chaudière Falls Park in Levis which is pretty near to QC city, also a nice scenic natural area with hiking & cycling paths, a suspension bridge & waterfalls.
Share in comments about your experience in Quebec City and what you loved the most!