QUEBEC Travel Guide, 6 Things To Do in Quebec City

QUEBEC Travel Guide, 6 Things To Do in Quebec City

QUEBEC Travel Guide, 6 Things To Do in Quebec City.Things to do in Quebec City, What to do in Quebec City, Quebec City,

Quebec City is one of the cities in Canada, in this one the only city in Canada that uses French as an official language. Quebec City, also known as new France, for city planning and building design France-style architecture. For tourists visiting will be pampered with a beautiful and historic place and Quebec has a unique way to touch a human being on its own. The beauty of the layout, the colors of the fall leaves on the road, each cheery pedestrian laughter and the sound of people on a park bench you encounter, such as the unity of the Orchestra, which makes you not stop to smile every remember. If you are visiting, this is what you have to do in Quebec City.
1. Old Quebec-Upper Town
We recommend starting with the Porte St. Jean (the gate of St. Jean). Down the road of St. Jean who is one of the main streets in Old Quebec-Upper Town. On the streets of St. Jean antique buildings, lining and the majority of the buildings in Quebec City has a facade of stone. Old Quebec itself is divided into two parts: the Upper Town (Haute-Ville) and the Lower Town (Basse-Ville). The second part is bounded by cliffs that surround the Upper Town. Lower Town illustrating the early formation of the city of Quebec. The Upper Town is a historical trail supporter have finally grown to exceed the Lower Town itself.

2. Chateau Frontenac
The Chateau Frontenac is a hotel that was deliberately built to resemble the shape of the Castle (Chateau style). The Chateau Frontenac is the most important landmark of the city of Quebec and Bruce Price was the architect. Here there is a paid tour for a little over half an hour to go and have a look at the building. I
3. Terrasse Dufferin
Terrasse Dufferin is located beside the Château Frontenac, perched on a cliff top 60 meters above the river St. Lawrence, along the boardwalk 425 meters it is an awesome place for walks, with spectacular views, such as Chateau Frontenac and St. Lawrence River basin. In the summer it’s peppered with street performers, in winter toboggan ride held that dramatic. Near the statue of Samuel de Champlain, stairs down to the last second Fort Champlain excavations, which stood here from the years 1620 to 1635.

4. The Plains of Abraham
If you are from the Terrasse Dufferin stayed abreast of the boardwalk is due to lead to the high plains of Abraham. In 1759, this vast green space is the site of clashes between forces of France and the United Kingdom. The location of a battle in which the United Kingdom brought Quebec from France, and the Citadelle of Quebec, Canada and the Troop installations a residence of Deputy federal regal.

5. Quartier Petit Champlain
From the Terrasse Dufferin climbed the Funiculaire du Vieux-Quebec (Old Quebec Funicular lifts slope angle with 45-degree Rails) as a shortcut from the Upper Town heading to the Lower Town. The station stopped Funiculaire right Quartier Petit Champlain. This area is where the first trade in Quebec City, he himself was taken from the name of the inventor of Quebec, namely Samuel de Champlain. Streets of Petit Champlain is relatively narrow, and could not be traversed by vehicles.

6. Erico Creative Chocolate Shop and Chocolate Museum
Québec is known for its museums, one of which is the Creative Chocolate Shop Erico and Chocolate Museum. Erico Creative Chocolate Shop and Chocolate Museum, is one of the favorite places, to visit for tourists. This place is a combination of chocolate and the chocolate museum store. In this chocolate Museum, exhibiting more than 200 objects that tell the story of chocolate, from its use in Maya civilization until now. See the statue of chocolate and cocoa plants and learn about blessed transformation into end products. After your tour, you can enjoy more goods at the store, everything is chocolate made in place: ice cream pastries, brownies, cakes, hot chocolate, chocolate and more traditional and full of adventure.

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