Quebec City, Sightseeing, Shopping, Travel Vacation
Quebec City celebrates its national and international charm as well as the native nations, the "First Nations" with historical museums involving art, science, culture, food, international gardens, costumed reenactments, outdoor theater, musical entertainment, and a wide range of shopping and dining options.
- Quebec City Heritage Site
Quebec City and the Province celebrated 400 years of settlement in 2008 and the City did some major renovation and preservation to prepare for visitors.
- Quebec Historic Preservation
The meeting place of the St. Lawrence and Saint Charles Rivers, Bassin Louise in Quebec City’s Old Port offers pedestrian-only streets with preserved buildings at the edge of the St Lawrence River.
Quebec City center is small and easy for walking and shopping. A stairway and elevator lead to a lower level along the St. Lawrence River that offers shopping and dining on pedestrian-only streets .
Large public parks high above the St. Lawrence River and along the river's banks are set aside for hiking, biking , walking, and sightseeing.
Shopping in the upper city and along the St. Lawrence River is provided with an international flavor.
To Reach Quebec City by Air: Québec City Airport is seven miles southwest of the city,
Jean Lesage International Airport: (YQB), Public transportation (RTC) buses reach the city center.
To Reach Quebec City by Auto: from Vermont Follow I-91 to the Canadian Border The highway changes to Route 55 North. Follow to exit 173 and enter Highway # 20 towards Quebec City. Enter highway 73 North across the river and take a right towards Boulevard Laurier.
Train service reaches Quebec City: Amtrak from New York City Connects through Montreal (10 hours)
to Canada's VIA Rail for the trip to Quebec's Gare du Palais (station) in the city center.(3 hours)
For Quebec City Vacation, Sightseeing and Shopping, the meeting place of the St. Lawrence and Saint Charles Rivers, Bassin Louise, in Quebec City’s Old Port area is walkable with pedestrian only streets and great views of the St Lawrence River.
Quebec City Shopping in the well-lit streets
A great deal of public space high above the St. Lawrence and along the river's banks is devoted to outdoor recreation, hiking, biking , walking, and sightseeing.
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Shopping is found in the lower city on pedestrian only streets such as Rue du Petit Champlain near the Funiculaire below the Chateau Frontenac ,
Quebec City offers shopping on pedestrian-only streets with preserved buildings