BetTerDAYQuebec City, the capital of the province of Quebec, is the seventh largest city in Canada and an important city and port in eastern Canada. It is located at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and the St. Charles River. It has a polar and sub-polar climate. Quebec City has a population of 680,000. Quebec City is the capital of New France established by Sampland in 1608. It is also a fortress and an important port.
BetTerDAYThe Fontinac Hotel is the landmark of Quebec City, and the tourist center. The landmark of a city is actually a hotel. It is really amazing. I was fortunate to check in this world-famous castle. It is really a fairy tale. Experience.
BetTerDAYWhen I heard the name Rue Champlain for the first time, my first reaction was that there is Rue Champlain in Paris. This is a mini copycat version, but later I found that it is unique and the scenery is really charming
BetTerDAYThe lower part of Quebec City has a little Parisian style. Walking here seems to be walking on the miniature Champs Elysées. The locals who come and go all speak French, which still feels very exotic.
小花猫大笨熊Quebec ☔️ One day trip to the old town～
The main church of the Sanctuary of Our Lady is under repair. You can enter from the side door to visit. I encountered a wedding and saw a beautiful bride. Very few relatives and friends attended. We were very gossiping and guessed the reason for a long time [smile]
It is the oldest church in this parish in North America and the first church in North America to be upgraded to the Pontifical Temple (1874). It is currently listed as a World Heritage Site. The cathedral has a neoclassical facade, decorated with rich artworks: stained glass, paintings and altar lamps (a gift from Louis XIV).
BetTerDAYThe star-shaped fortress castle is an attraction that I stumbled upon when wandering around in the old city of Quebec City. When I entered the fortress and saw the name on the wall, I knew what the attraction was. I didn't really see the star-shaped fortress. I was only in this city.