We visited one of the city's four Roman Catholic Basilicas: Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral.
A shrine of a different sort awaited us at the original location of the famous Dunn's Smoked Meats:
The fabled Chateau Frontenac dominates the skyline and is the most photographed site in North America
Enjoy a cocktail at the round bar in the Frontenac, with stellar views over the St. Lawrence River
The Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759, where British forces led by General James Wolfe defeated French troops under the command of General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm, today offers visitors the opportunity to stroll the battlefield, visit a museum, and tour the fort.
Reputably the oldest restaurant in the city
Well worth the small fare!
We were fortunate to visit during the Quebec City Heritage Parade, recognizing all cultures which have contributed to the Canadian nation
A short drive from the city brings you to the beautiful Mont Morency Falls
If you're wondering, there is a cable car alternative to this staircase...
An unmatched ambiance in a timeless city, with beautiful surroundings!
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