Quebec City Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable
World Heritage City - Quebec Ancient City Into the Fairy Tale World
Name Quebec City
coordinates Located in Quebec City, Quebec, Eastern Canada,
Business Hours 24 hours
price free to open.
The best time to play in the spring and autumn is pleasant, but very short. The summer is sunny and the climate is hot and humid. The temperature in midsummer is hovering between 15-28 °C, and sometimes the temperature will rise to around 35 degrees. This time is the most comfortable, but in winter there is also the romance of Quebec.
Recommended reason Korean drama "Ghost" shooting location - Quebec City. Qubec City is a legendary color in North America. It is as romantic as a fairy tale world. It is the place where "ghosts" open any door.
About the ancient city of Quebec, it used to be the colonial base and commercial center of the New France Empire. The British have been here, the French Empire has come, the US military has come, and the Central and Eastern European immigrants have settled... It has concentrated on the most prosperous trades and buildings of the colonial period...and is still a treasure of history. A world heritage city that preserves a complete urban defense system and a historic building with French charm.
Tour Routes Old Quebec & Old Port, Old Town, Quebec Old Town - The Battlefields Park - Quartier du Petit Champlain - Fairmont Qubec City Fairmont Hotel Quebec City Fairmount Hotel
World Heritage City - Old City of Quebec
Really a fairy tale world ~
Facing the St. Laurent River, built along the mountains / Hh/ everywhere is the castle in the world of call h
Quebec town daily,
grandfather with his granddaughter hanging out,
aunt before going out to scrape the body of the snow,
horse car strolling tourists
Naughty Mark and the brothers hit the snow,
you and him pass by,
and he and they hold hands and kiss in the street...
leave, snowy The more you get bigger, the
song slowly goes away,
every morning, you are white and bright...
1, contrary to the domestic, in the public holidays in Canada (National Day, Christmas, New Year's Day, etc.) Basically all the shops, restaurants and places of entertainment are closed rest, tourists are advised to avoid during the holidays to visit Toronto.
2, Tips are required for meals, taxis, and various services (haircuts, grooming, baggage handling, etc.) in Canada. The rule of thumb is to pay 15% of the pre-tax price.
3, in Quebec, the main exchange is in French.
I think Quebec City is the most European city in North America. If you use a beautiful word to describe Quebec City, it is not enough!
Rue Saint-Jean, another particularly lively neighbourhood in Quebec's Upper Town, is lined with a variety of restaurants, shops, snacks, bars, etc. on both sides of the street. Visitors are also coming and going. There are also many street performers performing here.
Because Qubec City uses French as its main language, although I want to use yelp to see if there are any restaurants worth recommending, I have not seen it. Just stop and see that there are people waiting outside the door on the right hand side. It seems that there are quite a lot of people inside, and it is very interesting that you can see what the waiters are making on the scene through the doors and windows, and stand there for a long time. A little touch, this is like a restaurant with a practice pizza!
After dinner, I walked along this street for a long time, and the shops on both sides could not help but want to go in and see! Although a few nights have already smashed several stores, it does not affect the excitement of this street! After all, many bars are still attracting the patronage of many customers. Many of the street seats feel quite casual, just the weather is not hot, and it is quite pleasant to have a drink.
Of course, during the day, there are many people who enjoy afternoon tea or lunch. The flow of people from Wagner Wagner is still very lively! There are also a lot of street performers on this street. The instrument played by this little brother has never been seen before, but the thing in his hand is very common among street performers in North America. It is also amazing to be able to make different tones.
A city full of romance, the only city in North America with a city wall, it retains a strong European style, French elegance, British aristocratic temperament, it is Quebec City.
Quebec City is Canada's historical origin, the whole city is like a history textbook, almost every step in the city is a monument, a story. The ancient walls of Quebec City were built by the French explorer Chapulen in the early 17th century and were the defenses of North America at the time. The ancient walls were 4.6 km long.
On the ancient city wall, you can see the panoramic view of Fairmont Castle Hotel and Quebec City. The Fairmont Castle Hotel is also the place where all girls dream of holding a wedding. Even the married wife can shout and hold a wedding there! If you have a princess complex, you must go to stay for one night!
The buildings in the city exude a rich French flavor, cobblestone streets and spires French architecture everywhere, making you feel like you are in France, full of romance.
At night, the city of Quebec is a mess. Sitting in the revolving restaurant Ciel, slowly rotating over the entire ancient city, accompanied by Canadian-style French cuisine, will you be willing to leave the seat?
What you want to say is Quebec City, Canada. On the occasion of the New Year, locals will suggest that you look at the night and enjoy the good times, because the night of Quebec is really beautiful and suffocating.
In Quebec City, I recommend you to take a ferry and cross the St. Lawrence River to see the fairy tale of Quebec. On the other side of the river is another beautiful town of Levis, and the waiting hall is also beautiful!
The area where the passengers on board can walk is also the 2nd and 3rd decks, all of which belong to the outdoor part, and can clearly see the scenery on both sides of the river. See the landmark of Quebec City, the Fairmont Castle Hotel, which is a must!
A little further, the castle and the surrounding walls and the cliffs on the edge of the Abraham plain are all visible.
The dock has a warehouse area, the day is just a plain white wall, but at night it has become a landscape like a fluorescent waterfall!
After a trip to the St. Lawrence River between Quebec City and Levis, it takes about an hour to get on a ferry, a one-way 15-minute boat ride + 30 minutes on the shore.
Return to Qubec City and take a walk along the pier to the lower city. The quiet street went down to the fairy tale theater. The house was still a stone in the 18th and 9th centuries, and the time seemed to have been frozen in the morning.
Along the steps to the platform near the Fairmont Castle Hotel, the house in the lower town is like a building block in the fantasy world. Next to the dock, the ferry that I had just taken was still brightly lit, waiting for the passengers to dial one after another.
This quiet and beautiful New Year's Eve will always be in memory.
The largest church in Quebec, built in 1633, is the oldest church in North America (north of Mexico). The church itself has suffered several fires and earthquakes, and the church now seen was re-established in 1925. Built over. Baroque architecture, with two different shaped spires on the left and right is its biggest feature. To the north of the church are the Seminaire de Quebec and the old Laval University.
Canada is more "French" than France
"If Quebec is Canada's France, then Quebec City is France's France."
Quebec is compared with typical North American cities such as New York and Toronto. Like a large garden with a strong European style, when most Canadians speak English, they are full of French.
The most prominent in the city is the castle on the riverside, the Castle Hotel, which used to be the place where Roosevelt and Churchill met, and the Fairmont-Fantina Castle Hotel where many political stars have stayed. The travel expert of Fodor's Travel, the leading travel magazine leader, has selected one of the world's best 100 hotels, standing on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. It is the most iconic landmark in Quebec City and is considered a Canadian hotel lady. people.
We are going to increase the price of this luxury hotel and board this typical French castle overlooking the city.
Freezing late autumn back in 2015. 2nd photo is Quebec city at night as seen from the St. Lawrence River. It was my first experience of Fall since back home we only have one season, that’s summer. dry and wet summer.
Old Town Quebec is the most worthwhile visit to the pedestrian street
Lower Quebec City I think it is the most worthwhile to visit and expect, this is a small street -
Rue du Petit - Champlain (Little Champlain Street). The streets are not wide, but they have accommodated too many tourists. There are restaurants, clothing stores, snack bars, souvenir shops and art shops on both sides of the street. People who like to buy and buy, will definitely go back and forth here, do not miss any small shop.
All kinds of shops are selling postcards, refrigerator stickers, exquisite decorations, special snacks, and many European tableware. I dont know how to sell the license plates... Its also to solve afternoon tea or A good place for lunch, a restaurant with a slightly higher online rating, has a long queue at the basic entrance. The characteristics of this pedestrian street are not only the characteristics of each building itself, I think, as I said before, many owners have special care for the facades, window sills, signboards and flower arrangements of their shops. In the same way, you can see the different minds that the master has paid.
Besides the Castle Hotel Square, the tourists here are the most places I have ever seen!
The coolest experience Quebec Ice Hotel
Name Quebec Ice Hotel
coordinates Quebec City suburbs business hours 24H
The best time to play in the winter is open to the public
Recommended reason You may have experienced a variety of luxury hotels in the world, not necessarily touched the chic like it. Only a few days a year, those places can feel its uniqueness.
Transportation Self-driving tour
Queube Ice Hotel Arrives in Quebec, the ice hotel in Quebec is seasonally limited. Construction started in the coldest part of the country in November, which took a month, and the time from opening to closing was less than one season, and it was rebuilt in the second year. Every year the ice sculptures are unique. What is different from other global ice hotels is that it can stand up to the test of the hotel, each room can comfortably bathe in a hot bath, and there will be a warm stove squatting at the bedside.
Tour Routes, One-Day Tour of Old Quebec - Stay at Quebec Ice Hotel