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One of the Lower Town's best-loved areas, this beautifully-restored collection of narrow streets and ancient stone ... More
Quartier Petit Champlain
One of the Lower Town's best-loved areas, this beautifully-restored collection of narrow streets and ancient stone buildings exemplifies the old-world charm that makes Quebec City such a popular destination. Visitors can check out any number of area galleries, including the Galeries d'art Indien 5 Nations and Galerie Petit Champlain. Numerous high-end stores also line the labyrinthine streets, and some of Quebec City's finest restaurants await: Le Marie Clarisse amongst others. The quartier is most often accessed from the Dufferin Terrace by staircase or Funicular .
Perfect view of the St Lawrence and lower city not to mention the Chateau. The perfect place to stroll, eat lunch or plan your next stop.It's easy access to many of the "main" attractions in the old city make it a prime meeting place or starting point for your tour.
Walk in the old street and feel as if you where in a 17 century neighboor. French and english speaking all around. French excellent food and medieval event make a trip to the pass as the america was discovered.
It is so French
My American husband cannot skip a walk or night out in the petit Champlain; it is so French and so Quebecers; If you can stay near by in the many little hotels on St-Jean, St-Ursule, St-Louis street or the well-known Grande All�e, you are in a safe walking distance to everything. Nightlife, great restaurants and ambiance.
The beautiful Museum of French America (Le Musee de l'Amerique française) offers many multidisciplinary insights into the history of North
America's French communities. There are two permanent exhibits: The Settling of French America is a multimedia trip from France ...
Go back in time as you dine in the palatial, oak panelled dining room of the historical landmark that is
the Château Frontenac. Tuxedoed waiters offer the highest standard of service. Each meal, prepared by renowned French chef Jean ...
Artillery Park National Historic Site was both a French and British barracks, and was functioning as a munitions factory as
recently as the early 1960s. Visitors can tour the fully restored dining room, kitchen and drawing room, as well ...
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