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Discover 400 years of history

Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage treasure, is walkable and safe. Stroll the cobblestone streets of the only fortified city north of Mexico and explore its gorgeous outdoors nearby.

Quebec Parliament Building and The Fontaine De Tourny

Top Things To Do

Old Quebec – stroll North America’s oldest streets

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and experience 400 years of incredible history. It is magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Quebec is best visited on foot and we highly recommend a walking tour to learn about its fascinating history.

Basilica Cathedral Notre-Dame de Québec

Located in the heart of Old Québec, this basilica cathedral was home to the first Catholic parish north of the Spanish colonies.

Montmorency Falls

See a waterfall that’s 30 metres higher than Niagara Falls. Whether you’re riding the gondola, climbing the scenic stairway or crossing the suspension bridge, the views of the Montmorency Falls are simply breathtaking. Experience the power of nature, only 15 minutes from downtown.

Cable Car

Take the gondola for more great views of the falls and a superb panorama of Île d’Orléans and Québec City.

Jacques-Cartier National Park

Jacques‑Cartier National Park, a vast and mountainous plateau crisscrossed by deep valleys and rivers, is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. There are a multitude of ways to experience the park and its lush surroundings. Hiking along the many trails, you may encounter beavers, deer, and even moose in their natural habitats.

Aquarium du Québec

Enter the fascinating world of nearly 10,000 specimens from 300 species! Aquarium du Québec is spectacularly located overlooking the St. Lawrence River. Make acquaintances with marine mammals like polar bears, walruses, and several species of seals.

An Inspiring Destination