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Battlefields Park picture in Quebec City
Old Québec Rooftops picture in Quebec City
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Quartier Petit-Champlain picture in Quebec City
The Citadel picture in Quebec City
Winter Evening in Old Québec picture in Quebec City
Montmorency Falls picture in Quebec City
Ice Slide at Terrasse Dufferin picture in Quebec City
Winter at Montmorency Falls picture in Quebec City
National Museum of Fine Arts picture in Quebec City
Poutine picture in Quebec City
Basilica picture in Quebec City
Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica picture in Quebec City
Morrin Centre Library picture in Quebec City
Place Royale picture in Quebec City
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Falls picture in Quebec City
Petit Champlain picture in Quebec City
Changing of the Guard picture in Quebec City
Falls picture in Quebec City
Plains of Abraham picture in Quebec City
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Old Quebec picture in Quebec City
Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre picture in Quebec City
Terrasse Dufferin picture in Quebec City
Quartier Petit-Champlain picture in Quebec City
Citadel picture in Quebec City
Terrasse Dufferin picture in Quebec City
Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre picture in Quebec City
Notre Dame Basilica picture in Quebec City

Québec City becomes a winter wonderland every year. © MTOQ/Marc-André Côté

Boats line the shores of the marina. Luc-Antoine Couturier © MTOQ

This gorgeous park near Old Québec was the site of the legendary Battle of Québec. This was the turning point in the French and Indian War, which gave Great Britain control over Canada. muchemistry Getty Images

Québec City is filled with European-style architecture. Claudel Huot Québec City Tourism

This former military fortification provides leisurely strollers with fantastic views of Old Québec and the St. Lawrence River. © MTOQ/Cecile, Benoit

The Quartier Petit-Champlain is the oldest shopping district in North America, and it is filled with boutique shops, mouthwatering restaurants and cute cafes. © MTOQ/Linda Turgeon

Québec City's Citadel is the largest British-built fortress in North America. It is still home to the Canadian Armed Forces' francophone Royal 22e Régiment. © MTOQ/Olivier Lavigne-Ortiz

Take some time to wander down the ancient streets of Old Québec. Onfokus Getty Images

Montmorency Falls may not be as famous as Niagara Falls, but they surpass Niagara in height. Philippe Marion Getty Images

During the winter, Terrasse Dufferin becomes a hot spot for adrenaline junkies thanks to its thrilling ice slide. Francis Gagnon © MTOQ

Many Québec City travelers recommend visiting these towering falls during the winter, despite the snowy weather. © MTOQ/Paul Hurteau, Claude Parent

The National Museum of Fine Arts (Musée National des Beaux-Arts) stands in Battlefields Park near Old Québec. © Les Photographes Kedl

Poutine is a culinary Québec City staple. macdonalder Flickr

The basilica honors Saint Anne, the patron saint of Québec.  Instants Getty Images

The Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica has stood on the same spot in the heart of Old Québec since 1647. Bruce Irschick Flickr

Today, the Morrin Centre acts primarily as an English-language library, granting English speakers access to books in a primarily francophone city. Matthew and Heather Flickr

Place-Royale is widely considered to be the birthplace of the French colony and the French-American community.  Jean Surprenant Getty Images

Recent visitors call Place-Royale charming and unique and recommend spending time wandering around to take in the sights. Guy Lessard Courtesy Quebec City Tourism

While exploring Place-Royale, you'll come across several notable tributes to its French Colonial past, including a striking bust of Louis XIV (one of France's most famous kings), the Église Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, the oldest stone church in North America, as well as the Fresque des Québécois, which illustrates 400 years of the city's history. Claudel Huot

There are a variety of activities at Montmorency Falls Park, including hiking trails, three playgrounds, two bike paths and a double zip line. François Gamache

To avoid crowds, recent travelers recommend visiting Quartier Petit-Champlain early in the day or evening. Francis Gagnon

If you visit the Citadel around 10 a.m. between the end of June and the first Monday of September, you can witness the traditional Changing of the Guard ceremony. Olivier Lavigne-Ortiz Courtesy Quebec City Tourism

In the winter, snowshoeing and ice climbing are popular activities at Montmorency Falls Park. Yves Tessier Tessima

Recent visitors said Battlefields Park is a great place to lounge and read a book, have a picnic or go for a walk. Stephane Audet

While you're sure to see a few historical elements at Battlefields Park (like the occasional ornamental cannon), make sure to pay specific attention to the manicured gardens – don't miss the stunning Joan of Arc Garden – and the riverfront vistas. Guy Lessard

Be prepared for plenty of charming photo ops when wandering Old Quebec. Courtesy Quebec City Tourism

This stunning religious site in the small town of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré was first constructed in 1658; the current structure was built in the 1920s following a fire. Jeff Frenette Photography Courtesy Quebec City Tourism

To learn about the history of Terrasse Dufferin (and the rest of the fortifications of this Québec National Historic Site), consider tagging along on a guided tour. Jeff Frenette Photography Courtesy Quebec City Tourism

If you can brave Quebec City's wintertime temperatures, you'll be rewarded with charming, festive scenes, espeically in Quartier Petit-Champlain. marcduf Getty Images

Enjoy amazing views of the city from the Citadel. laughingmango Getty Images

If you visit during the summer, you're bound to run into street performers and artists as you stroll along Terrasse Dufferin. Stephane Audet Courtesy Quebec City Tourism

Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre's central vault is completely covered in mosaics, while 240 stained-glass windows drench the basilica with color. Anna Gorin Getty Images

The exterior of the Notre-Dame-de-Québec Basilica may seem a bit dull, but the bold neo-Baroque interior is breathtaking. Anjelika Gretskaia Getty Images

Snowy Québec City picture in Quebec City
Québec City Marina picture in Quebec City
Battlefields Park picture in Quebec City
Old Québec Rooftops picture in Quebec City
Terrasse Dufferin picture in Quebec City
Quartier Petit-Champlain picture in Quebec City
The Citadel picture in Quebec City
Winter Evening in Old Québec picture in Quebec City
Montmorency Falls picture in Quebec City
Ice Slide at Terrasse Dufferin picture in Quebec City
Winter at Montmorency Falls picture in Quebec City
National Museum of Fine Arts picture in Quebec City
Poutine picture in Quebec City
Basilica picture in Quebec City
Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica picture in Quebec City
Morrin Centre Library picture in Quebec City
Place Royale picture in Quebec City
Place-Royale 2 picture in Quebec City
Place-Royale 3 picture in Quebec City
Falls picture in Quebec City
Petit Champlain picture in Quebec City
Changing of the Guard picture in Quebec City
Falls picture in Quebec City
Plains of Abraham picture in Quebec City
Plains of Abraham 2 picture in Quebec City
Old Quebec picture in Quebec City
Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre picture in Quebec City
Terrasse Dufferin picture in Quebec City
Quartier Petit-Champlain picture in Quebec City
Citadel picture in Quebec City
Terrasse Dufferin picture in Quebec City
Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre picture in Quebec City
Notre Dame Basilica picture in Quebec City

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