Quebec City Lodging, Vacation Travel, Canada
Sightseeing Quebec City, a World Heritage Site.
Quebec City is a great city for walking and sightseeing.
The city celebrates its national and international charm with European style architecture, parks and historical museums and a wide range of sightseeing, shopping and dining options.
There are broad parks and a great deal of open public space high above the St. Lawrence at the old forts were sightseeing is great, with views of boats on the St Lawrence River. .
At the lower level of the City there walking trail along the river's bank.
Many parks are devoted to outdoor recreation, hiking, biking , walking, and sightseeing.
Quebec City is great for
Sightseeing while Walking
The center of Quebec City is small and easily walked.
A stairway and elevator lead to a lower level along the St. Lawrence River that is given over to a wide range of shopping and dining options.
There is a bike and walking trail along the river with great sightseeing in the Old Port Vieux Port.
There is a great deal of public space high above the St. Lawrence that give great views of the River for sightseeing.
Lodging in the Upper city of Quebec will offer Sightseeing and shopping along with access to the stairway or funicular to the lower level where a pedestrian-only street leads to the Vieux Port (Old Port) and many pedestrian-only streets for shopping and walking along the St. Lawrence River.
Hiking and biking above Quebec City's St Lawrence River on the walls of the old forts offers great views
Sightseeing in the old walled city Quebec where forts above the St Lawrence River protected the city
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)
Quebec City, Canada, lodging will offer lots to see in a small and easily walked city. You can walk through the upper part of Quebec City and find great views of the St. Lawrence River and the cruise ships.
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