Quebec City, Quebec

Quebec City, Quebec

Founded in 1608, and exchanging hands between the French and English numerous times, Quebec City is one of North America’s oldest cities. Yet with its European charm, fabulous cuisine, and romantic atmosphere, it remains a popular destination for world travelers to this day. A must-do is a stroll through the cobblestone streets of Old Quebec, the only walled city on the continent and a UNESCO World Heritage site, where you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported in time. Visit La Citadelle, a fortress with ramparts that surround the old city; Chateau Frontenac, the world’s most photographed hotel; and Saint-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine, North America’s oldest pilgrimage site. Browse the boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants of Petit-Champlain District, where you may want to indulge in such French-Canadian dishes as tourtière, cretons, or poutine—French fries and fresh cheese curds topped with hot gravy.

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